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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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3 days ago

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#DidYouKnow that all kneecaps are unique, like retinas or fingerprints? 😲 They probably wouldn’t work so well as a method of identification, but it is another good reason to take care of them. Making sure you take time to move around regularly, wearing the right footwear and maintaining good posture all help protect your knees from damage. If you do experience pain in your knees, get it checked out sooner rather than later to avoid it turning into something more serious. Because at the end of the day, there are no knees quite like yours 💗 #physio #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #kneepain #kneeproblems #kneerehab ... See MoreSee Less
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It's National Carer's Week. A huge shout out to all the amazing carer's!This week is Carers Australia National Carers Week, and is a chance to recognise, celebrate and learn more about the important work both carers and physiotherapists do. 1 in 8 Australians provide unpaid care and support to family members or friends with a disability, mental illness, chronic condition, terminal illness, an alcohol or other drug issue or who are frail aged. To learn more, check out carersweek.com.au/ ... See MoreSee Less
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6 days ago

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This World Arthritis Day, it’s important to know that arthritis doesn’t always originally present with pain. Many people take a long time to get a diagnosis of arthritis, because their initial symptoms seem totally unrelated. But some forms of arthritis can affect your organs, your immune system and even your eyes! Arthritis can also affect people of any age, even young children. So, if you or a loved one is experiencing unexplained problems, get in touch and we’ll do our best to help you get to the bottom of the issue ASAP 🙌🏼 Arthritis or something else, our priority is helping you live a pain-free life. #physio #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #worldarthritisday #arthritisawareness ... See MoreSee Less
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7 days ago

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💙 What does physiotherapy have to do with heart health? A problem with the heart may initially present as pain felt elsewhere in the body, for example in the mid-back or shoulder. Before treating this pain, we always question and assess a patient thoroughly to make sure we come to an accurate diagnosis. If we suspect something else might be going on in the background, we’ll refer you to a doctor to make sure you get the right care. Catching issues early can be invaluable in getting the best possible outcome 💙 #physio #physiotherapy #physiotherapist #hearthealth #heartcare ... See MoreSee Less
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Deakin 02 6282 5898
Kippax (Luke St) 02 6254 9889
Kippax (Hardwick Cres) 02 6185 1826