Canberra Physiotherapy clinic – TM Physio Canberra

Who we are

TM PHYSIO - TWO GREAT PHYSIOTHERAPY PRACTICES AROUND CANBERRA CITY

We’ve been servicing the Canberra community for over 36 years now, practicing evidence-based care in a friendly, supportive environment. We’re a bunch of experienced physios and exercise physiologists that have one main goal - to help you be a better version of you.

Whether you prefer to access our physiotherapy services near your home or your work, you can find TM Physio in Deakin and Kippax.

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Why Choose Us

We Proudly give quality, thorough chiropractic to the group and the encompassing regions.
Chiropractic mind is the act of utilizing spinal arrangement to ease a wide assortment of physical infirmities, including muscle strain, neck torment, endless back torment, and then some.
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Our Services

We aim to offer excellence in both treatment and prevention of conditions related to musculoskeletal health in our community.

Physiotherapy

Exercise Physiology

Exercise programs

Pain management

Pre & post surgery

Hydrotherapy

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📚 Word of the Day: Taping 📚

Derived from the Middle English word "tapen," meaning "to fasten or secure with strips of adhesive material," taping has ancient origins - Ancient Greek and Roman physicians used cloth strips to support injured limbs, laying the groundwork for modern taping techniques!

Today, taping has evolved into a sophisticated tool in physiotherapy. Physiotherapists utilise adhesive tapes to provide support, stability, and relief to injured muscles and joints. Taping offers benefits such as reducing pain and swelling, improving joint function, and enhancing proprioception—the body's awareness of its position in space.

Curious about how taping could benefit you? Our skilled physiotherapists at TM Physio are here to provide personalised advice and guidance to support your rehabilitation journey. Stay tuned for more insights into physiotherapy!

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📚 Word of the Day: Taping 📚

Derived from the Middle English word tapen, meaning to fasten or secure with strips of adhesive material, taping has ancient origins - Ancient Greek and Roman physicians used cloth strips to support injured limbs, laying the groundwork for modern taping techniques!

Today, taping has evolved into a sophisticated tool in physiotherapy. Physiotherapists utilise adhesive tapes to provide support, stability, and relief to injured muscles and joints. Taping offers benefits such as reducing pain and swelling, improving joint function, and enhancing proprioception—the bodys awareness of its position in space.

Curious about how taping could benefit you? Our skilled physiotherapists at TM Physio are here to provide personalised advice and guidance to support your rehabilitation journey. Stay tuned for more insights into physiotherapy! 

#Physiotherapy #Taping #InjuryRehabilitation #WordOfTheDay #Physio

📚 Word of the Day: Radius

The bone – not the distance from the centre of a circle to a point on its circumference. 😁 It comes from the Latin for spoke in a wheel.

It’s one of the two long bones in the forearm. It has a pivotal role in forearm rotation and wrist movement. 🔄 Structurally, it's fascinating to note that the radius is typically shorter than its partner bone, the ulna. 🤯 The shorter radius bone allows for greater mobility, while the longer ulna provides stability and support to the forearm and wrist joint. Neat – huh?

Dive deeper into the intricate anatomy of the human body and marvel at its complexity!

Of course, if you’re not getting the mobility or the stability you want from your radius and ulna you can always call us for an appointment on 6254 9889 or book online at www.tmphysio.com.au/. We’re here to help.

#WordOfTheDay #Anatomy101 #Radius
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📚 Word of the Day: Radius 

The bone – not the distance from the centre of a circle to a point on its circumference. 😁 It comes from the Latin for spoke in a wheel.  

It’s one of the two long bones in the forearm. It has a pivotal role in forearm rotation and wrist movement. 🔄 Structurally, its fascinating to note that the radius is typically shorter than its partner bone, the ulna. 🤯 The shorter radius bone allows for greater mobility, while the longer ulna provides stability and support to the forearm and wrist joint. Neat – huh? 

Dive deeper into the intricate anatomy of the human body and marvel at its complexity! 

Of course, if you’re not getting the mobility or the stability you want from your radius and ulna you can always call us for an appointment on 6254 9889 or book online at https://www.tmphysio.com.au/. We’re here to help.

#WordOfTheDay #Anatomy101 #Radius

🌟 Struggling with discomfort in your lower back or hips? It could be sacroiliac joint (SIJ) dysfunction. This joint plays a crucial role in shock absorption for the spine and transmitting forces between the upper body and lower limbs. The dysfunction can arise from various factors, including trauma, pregnancy, poor posture, biomechanical imbalances, or degenerative changes in the SI joint.

The experienced physiotherapists at TM Physio are here to help! Through a comprehensive evaluation, we'll pinpoint the root cause of your pain and develop a personalised treatment plan tailored to your needs. From targeted exercises and manual therapy techniques to postural correction and ergonomic advice, we'll provide you with the tools and support needed to help alleviate your symptoms and restore function to your SIJ. Call us today on 6254 9889 or book online at www.tmphysio.#sijdysfunctiony#physiotherapys#PainReliefP#physioef #Physio
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🌟 Struggling with discomfort in your lower back or hips? It could be sacroiliac joint (SIJ) dysfunction. This joint plays a crucial role in shock absorption for the spine and transmitting forces between the upper body and lower limbs. The dysfunction can arise from various factors, including trauma, pregnancy, poor posture, biomechanical imbalances, or degenerative changes in the SI joint. 

The experienced physiotherapists at TM Physio are here to help! Through a comprehensive evaluation, well pinpoint the root cause of your pain and develop a personalised treatment plan tailored to your needs. From targeted exercises and manual therapy techniques to postural correction and ergonomic advice, well provide you with the tools and support needed to help alleviate your symptoms and restore function to your SIJ. Call us today on 6254 9889 or book online at https://www.tmphysio.com.au/.

#SIJDysfunction #Physiotherapy #PainRelief #Physio

Happy NAIDOC week from all of us at TM Physio. Join us in commemorating NAIDOC Week and embracing the spirit of reconciliation and unity. Together, let's create a future of equality, understanding, and respect. 🖤💛#NAIDOCWeekC#reconciliationa#physiotherapyinclusionusion ... See MoreSee Less

Happy NAIDOC week from all of us at TM Physio. Join us in commemorating NAIDOC Week and embracing the spirit of reconciliation and unity. Together, lets create a future of equality, understanding, and respect. 🖤💛❤️ 

#NAIDOCWeek #Reconciliation #PhysiotherapyInclusion
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