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We genuinely care about our patients and are committed to providing the best possible results for every patient who is under our care.
We genuinely care about our patients and are committed to providing the best possible results for every patient who is under our care.

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Are you suffering from whiplash?

Whiplash can also result from forceful sporting injuries that cause similar stress to the neck joints, ligaments, muscles and discs.

Our practice offers treatment for whiplash for patients in Daisy Hill and nearby Springwood, Shailer Park & Logan.

https://www.daisyhillphysio.com.au/conditions/whiplash/
Help For Whiplash in Daisy Hill
Help For Whiplash in Daisy Hill
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Our practice offers acupuncture or dry needling for patients in Daisy Hill and nearby Springwood, Shailer Park & Logan.

Acupuncture and dry needling techniques at Daisy Hill Physiotherapy Centre are performed within the context of evidence-based practice and are specific to movement-related musculoskeletal, neurological and chronic pain conditions. Our practitioners are board-certified by the Physiotherapy Board of Australia and are able to recommend the best combination of treatment techniques based on your individual needs.


For appointments please call 3209 2000
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Suggestions For The Application Of Ice And Heat
Ice is an effective and natural pain killer and anti-inflammatory.
Ice should be applied over the inflamed area in the acute or early stages of your problem.
Whenever you experience swelling, redness or sharp / stabbing pain it is generally considered best to apply ice. Repeat until symptoms ease – usually for 24 – 48 hours.
Following this you should alternate with ice and heat. If in doubt, contact your Physiotherapist.
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Help For Migraine & Headache in Daisy Hill
Headaches are an extremely common complaint, with many of us experiencing headache sensations regularly, and in some cases, constantly.  Tension headaches and migraines are the most widespread form of headache we see at Daisy Hill Physiotherapy.  However, there are many causes of headaches, including poor posture, stress, tension, accidents, medications, strong odours and environmental causes, as well as hormonal and dietary influences.
Another common cause of headaches, and one which is often overlooked, is dysfunction of the upper neck, including stiffness of the joints, tightness of the muscles and irritation of the nerves.  The nerves of the upper neck connect to the scalp and face, so that dysfunction or irritation in this area can often result in headache sensations.  Other symptoms can also include feelings of nausea, blurring of the vision and sometimes tingling sensations at the face. Most people are still able to function despite feelings of headaches, however some find they are unable to continue their daily activities until their symptoms have settled
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Jaw/Temporo-Mandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain Daisy Hill
Pain in the jaw and face can be a very uncomfortable experience.  Problems associated with the TMJ can be complex and pose a challenge for medical, dental and manual therapy practitioners.  The jaw is a common area that can be injured or sprained causing jaw pain or ache, ear pain, neck pain, headaches and facial pain.  Clenching or grinding of the teeth due to stress can cause spasm and pain in the muscles that control the jaw and may cause inflammation of other associated jaw joint structures.  This may lead to the disc within the joint being pulled out of place and result in a “clicking” jaw.  The TMJ can also be injured as a result of direct trauma such a punch to the jaw or face or impact from a fall or accident.
At Daisy Hill Physiotherapy we are able to assess the factors that can cause TMJ pain and disorders and provide treatment to normalise joint movement, function and relieve your pain.  To arrange an appointment to see us to discuss your problems call us on (07) 3209 2000.
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Help For Migraine & Headache in Daisy Hill
Headaches are an extremely common complaint, with many of us experiencing headache sensations regularly, and in some cases, constantly.  Tension headaches and migraines are the most widespread form of headache we see at Daisy Hill Physiotherapy.  However, there are many causes of headaches, including poor posture, stress, tension, accidents, medications, strong odours and environmental causes, as well as hormonal and dietary influences.
Another common cause of headaches, and one which is often overlooked, is dysfunction of the upper neck, including stiffness of the joints, tightness of the muscles and irritation of the nerves.  The nerves of the upper neck connect to the scalp and face, so that dysfunction or irritation in this area can often result in headache sensations.  Other symptoms can also include feelings of nausea, blurring of the vision and sometimes tingling sensations at the face. Most people are still able to function despite feelings of headaches, however some find they are unable to continue their daily activities until their symptoms have settled
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Arthritis
What is Arthritis ?
Arthritis is a major cause of disability and handicap in Australia affecting people of all ages and walks of life. Arthritis is not a single condition. There are over 150 kinds of arthritis, all of which affect one or more joints in the body. The most common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis (OA), rheumatoid arthritis (RA), fibromyalgia, lupus and gout, which account for 90% of all arthritis cases.
Arthritis is often misinterpreted as simply a disease which affects elderly people, when in fact 60% of those who are diagnosed with arthritis are between the ages of 15 – 60 years. One in one thousand children are also diagnosed with juvenile arthritis, while it is estimated that three in every thousand children live with the condition but remain undiagnosed.
The word arthritis comes from Greek: arth- = joint and -itis = inflammation. So, arthritis literally means inflammation of the joint.
How Common is Athritis ?
Arthritis affects 3.4 million Australians, 16.7% of the population. Of the proportion of Australians affected, 60.4% are women. 60% of all people living with arthritis are of working age.
What Causes Arthritis ?
There is no one single cause or list of causes for arthritis. This is due to the fact that there are over 150 different types of arthritis, and often several factors contribute to an individual developing this common problem.
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Lower Back Pain in Daisy Hill

Is Back Pain Affecting your Life?

With 80% of the western population suffering from low back pain at some point in their lives, it is no wonder low back injuries are the most common type of problem we see at Daisy Hill Physiotherapy. Back pain affects people of all ages and can significantly impact on your ability to work, enjoy recreational activities, or even perform everyday tasks. In fact, pain in the back has been found to be the third most common reason people take time off work, and the second most common complaint for which people visit their GP.
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Help For Sciatica in Daisy Hill
Our Physiotherapists regularly treat sciatica and sciatic nerve pain sufferers have terrific results.
Sciatica is characterized by pain that starts in the lower back or buttock and travels into one or both legs. Sciatic nerve pain often varies in its’ intensity and frequency, however usually there will be a component of sharp, jabbing or “electric shock” pains that radiate into the legs. Sciatica pain is also commonly associated with burning, numbness and tingling sensations. Muscle weakness is another frequent symptom of scitica that requires careful monitoring.
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Dry Needling/Acupuncture in Daisy Hill
Daisy Hill Physiotherapy’s treatments can be complemented with acupuncture and dry needling techniques. Smaller and less painful to insert than hollow-cored medical syringes, the benefit of acupuncture lies in stimulating cardiovascular and endocrine responses that promote healing and normal function. Using the same needle type, dry needling is a more aggressive application in which a single needle is inserted at multiple points along symptomatic muscle or soft tissue structures to elicit a release of tension.
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