Joint mobilisation and range of motion exercises are an extremely useful treatment option; however, many patients do not know of the benefits. If you think you can benefit from our Joint Pain Management services, contact us at Senior's Health Physiotherapy today for more information! Specific conditions that our team successfully manages with joint mobilisations and range of motion exercises include, but are not exclusive to:

  • Locking of the facet joint and other types of spinal misalignments          

  • Osteoarthritis of the joints

  • Sciatica and other types of conflict nerve syndromes      

  • Rotator cuff degenerative tearing          

  • Whiplash 

At Senior's Health Physiotherapy, we understand physiotherapy as modern movement therapy and everything we do is research based. Our goal is to maintain or restore mobility and functionality of your body. During your first individual appointment with Seniors Health Physiotherapy, you will be fully examined by our therapist to coordinate the therapy. Depending on your illness, physiotherapy focuses more on treating the joints, treating the muscles, or working on other systems such as coordination and balance.


Our physiotherapists are experts in Joint Pain Management on the Gold Coast and Tweed Shire and we will choose from a wealth of treatment techniques that you can experience both actively and passively. You will receive valuable tips on how you can actively support and continue on the path to achieve your goals.

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Support Office Hours (AEST)

Monday                 7.30am -5pm 

Tuesday                 7.30am -5pm

Wednesday            7.30am -5pm

Thursday                7.30am -5pm

Friday                    7.30am -5pm

​​Saturday                8am - 12pm ​

Sunday                  Closed

 Joint Pain Management on the Gold Coast - Other Treatment Approaches

The fundamental goal of any pain treatment is to get the pain under control and work to improve strength, mobility and functionality. Our treatments are patient specific, as every persons problems are individualised and care needs to be tailored to the individual. If you think you would benefit from our client-centred approach, please do not hesitate to contact us. We will create an individual 'Joint Care Treatment' concept to help you get better faster and help you moving better again!

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