We provide a hands on approach to physiotherapy, utilising manual therapy skills and exercise therapy to help get you back to health.
Experienced skills and informative practice to help you reach your goals faster and feel at ease.
We are all about finding the cause of your problem not just the source! This helps to minimise the chance of reoccurrence and reduce regular visits for maintenance when unwarranted.
Ongoing education into best practice combined with clinical experience by your physiotherapist will give you the best chance at getting great results. This can include a combination of manual therapy and exercise prescription in all the right places at the right time. Our aim is to provide this service for you when you need it most.
We utilise various tapes to assist recovery and help you get back to function when required. We also have assistive and protective braces for purchase when required/recommended. Physiotherapy treatment is a collaborative venture and in any case we always aim to discuss with you any advantages or disadvantages to any treatment options we recommend.
Dry needling and Western Acupuncture are alternative methods that we can use to help your body relax, reduce tension, increase blood flow and sometimes reduce pain. This is an optional choice and is not appropriate in some cases. Ask your physiotherapist for further information.
Push physiotherapy Prospect has an onsite gym allowing our physiotherapists to guide you through all your exercise and rehabilitation needs. Research has shown that rehabilitation from a range of injuries is more effective when supervised at least in the early stages, and we are keen to help you develop strategies that are suited to your needs.
Yen completed her Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy in 2007 at the University of South Australia. She brings with her over 13 years of experience in private practice musculoskeletal physiotherapy. In 2012, Yen returned to university and completed her Postgraduate Masters degree in Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy. She is a Titled Musculoskeletal and Sports + Exercise Physiotherapist through the Australian Physiotherapy Association and has a particular interest in shoulder and foot injuries. When she isn't at Push, Yen works as a clinical educator for the University of South Australia, where she utilises her passion for the profession to guide the next generation of physiotherapy students on developing their clinical skills.
Phillip completed his Bachelors degree in Physiotherapy in 2020 at the University of South Australia. Having been involved in coaching a variety of sports such as AFL, table tennis, cricket and volleyball, he has developed a particular interest in sport specific injury rehabilitation and is passionate about helping his patients achieve their goals both on and off the court or field. Phillip is currently the physiotherapist for West Adelaide Hellas Soccer Club, where he has been for the past two seasons. Outside of sport, he has a particular interest in helping patients with a long history of pain develop long lasting strategies and is understanding of the challenges that may be involved to help them on their road to recovery.
Consulting and Rehabilitation Gym:
216 Churchill Road, Prospect SA 5082, Australia
When the clinic is closed, please use our online booking service for appointment booking assistance or leave a message for us to call you back.
Unit 8, 809-813 Port Rd, Woodville SA 5011
Please be aware that all phone calls to our woodville clinic are diverted to 13SICK after 5pm. Please use our online booking system for after hours booking assistance.
Push Physiotherapy takes your safety seriously and has a number of Covid-19 precautions in place.