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Physiotherapy is deemed an essential health service so TM Physio will remain open during the Canberra lockdown. We will putting all the precautions in place to ensure patients and our team remain safe.
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tm physio provides quality physiotherapy throughout Canberra and is conveniently located in Kippax and Deakin
Seniors benefit from physiotherapy
We help you stay mobile & happy
We provide treatment for all ages that is sensitive and appropriate for common conditions, helping you stay active, happy and safe.
Post Operation physiotherapy in Canberra
Recover faster & better
We will work with you to develop a customised rehabilitation program to ensure you make the best possible recovery in the quickest time
Over 36 years of Physiotherapy experience in Canberra, we’ll have you back to work or playing sport in no time.
We aim to offer excellence in both treatment and prevention of conditions related to musculoskeletal health in our community. Paul Imhoff Principal of tm physio

TM Physio – physiotherapy centres Canberra

To guarantee you get the best treatment or rehabilitation plan for your injury, our physiotherapists at TM Physio are constantly learning. All physiotherapists take part in a regular inservice program within the practice and keep up-to-date on the latest advances in physiotherapy. With over 36 years of physiotherapy experience, we’ll have you back to work or playing sport in no time.

Three great physiotherapy practices around Canberra city

Whether you prefer to access our physiotherapy services near your home or your work, you can find TM Physio in Deakin and Kippax (2 locations). Your health is important to us. From the moment you first contact TM Physio to the time you leave our physio clinics. Our friendly staff will ensure you have a positive experience. Do you have aches or pains? Contact the most caring physiotherapists in Canberra, TM Physio.

Physiotherapy services

Physiotherapy involves the assessment of patients with pain, stiffness and loss of physical function. Our physiotherapists use various modalities to identify issues and formulate the best treatment to relieve pain. This includes the use of massage, joint mobilisation, joint manipulation, muscle stretching, heat, Hydrotherapy and electro-physical stimulation. At our physio clinics we can help with:

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Have you experienced jaw pain? And did you know physio can help relieve jaw pain!Jaw pain can be an incredibly inconvenient condition that affects your ability to eat, sleep or talk. It can be difficult to know where exactly your jaw pain comes from, as it can derive from muscle pain, ears, teeth or the actual jaw bone itself. 3 of the main causes:🦴 Temporomandibular joint disorder🦴 Sinus problems🦴 Cluster headaches3 key treatments☑ Heat or ice packs (for immediate relief)☑ Massage therapy☑ Using a mouthguardExperiencing jaw pain? Let us know in your next appointment and we can assess your jaw and lifestyle factors which may be the underlying causes.#physio #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #jawpain #jaw #TMD #painrelief ... See MoreSee Less
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As Movember comes to an end we wanted to share another post about this amazing event.If you missed it at the beginning of the month, Movember is an annual event where people are encouraged to grow a moustache in November to raise awareness of men’s health issues, such as prostate cancer, testicular cancer and men’s suicide.Thanks Adam for joining the conversation. ... See MoreSee Less
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The months new article on our website is about the pesky hamstring - if you have ever injured your hamstring you will know all about it. Our physiotherapists can help you to rehab and also prevent re-injuring your hamstring.Read more here: www.tmphysio.com.au/hamstring-injuries/ ... See MoreSee Less
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Our Deakin clinic recently underwent a small refit! We are delighted with the new space and extra gym area for our patients. Look out for the new gym equipment in the new year! #tmphysiocanberra #refresh #newspace ... See MoreSee Less
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Today is World Diabetes Day. WDD is the world’s largest diabetes awareness campaign, reaching a global audience of over 1 billion people in more than 160 countries. The campaign draws attention to issues of paramount importance to the diabetes world and keeps diabetes firmly in the public and political spotlight. (worlddiabetesday.org) How much do you know about diabetes? Here are some facts to refresh your mind and share with others to raise awareness! 🩸 Diabetes affects around 400 million adults worldwide 🩸 There are two main types of diabetes: type 1 and type 2, although there are lots of other less common types 🩸 Type 1 diabetes is sometimes called juvenile diabetes or insulin-dependent diabetes 🩸 About 9 out of 10 adults with diabetes have type 2 diabetes 🩸 Type 2 used to be called non-insulin dependent diabetes, although some require insulin to control their blood sugars 🩸 Type 2 diabetes is managed by diet, exercise and sometimes medication 🩸 China is the country with the most people with diabetes 🩸 The first insulin injection was given to a boy in Canada in 1921! #physio #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #worlddiabetesday #diabetes #diabetesawareness #type1 #type2 ... See MoreSee Less
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Deakin 02 6282 5898
Kippax (Luke St) 02 6254 9889
Kippax (Hardwick Cres) 02 6185 1826