As first contact practitioners, a doctor’s referral is not necessary to see a physiotherapist

The following are common treatment methods used by physiotherapists:

  • Joint mobilisation and manipulation to reduce pain and stiffness
  • Exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles
  • Electrotherapy modalities eg. Ultrasound, interferential therapy
  • Muscle re-education to improve control
  • Soft tissue massage and release
  • Dry needling
  • Post-operative rehabilitation

Prompt assessment and management of an injury leads to more rapid healing and decreases the likelihood of developing complications.

The following conditions may benefit from physiotherapy treatment:

  • Neck and back pain
  • Joint sprains
  • Muscle strains
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Post knee and hip replacement
  • Work related or Motor vehicle injuries
  • Enhanced Care Plans ( ask your Dr if you qualify )

Methods used in therapy;




Ultrasound Therapy

Sound waves are used to treat soft tissue injuries such as ligament sprains and muscle strains. It has been a popular therapy for decades.


Exercise Prescription

Specific individualised activities that may include stretching and strengthening programs designed to restore function.

Joint Mobilisation

Is a manual therapy, usually passive movement is applied to a joint with the aim of relieving pain and regaining movement. When applied to the spine, it is known as spinal mobilization.


Soft Tissue Therapy

Is the assessment, treatment and management of soft tissue injury, pain and dysfunction primarily of the neuromusculoskeletal system. Many manual techniques are use such as massage, myofascial release, stretching and kinesiology taping.



Dry Needling

Is the use of an acupuncture needle for deactivation and desensitization of a myofascial trigger point which should stimulate a healing response in that tissue and reduce the tightness and stress of the muscle treated.


Mr Hesham Azer

Senior Physiotherapist
B.App.Sc (Physiotherapy)
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Mr Hesham Azer is a  Senior Physiotherapist with over 25 years experience in private practice. Has been involved in the treatment of patients of all ages, some as young as 5 and others in their 90’s.

Hesham has extensively worked with a number of sporting organizations as team physiotherapist:

Fremantle Football Club: 2005 and 2006

Eastern Ranges Football Club: 1992 – 2005

AFL Vic Metro Under 18: 1995 – 2011

AFL Vic Umpires 2006 – 2016

As a physiotherapist my primary focus is the restoration of function. This is achieved through an accurate assessment and diagnosis, an appropriate individualised treatment plan which enables the client to reach their optimal function and regain quality of life.


Trigger Point Therapy
Deep Tissue Therapy
Muscle Energy Technique
Myofascial Release
Injury Assessment
Injury Prevention
Injury Rehabilitation
Joint Mobilisation
Pain Management
Heat And Cold Therapy
Tens and A.p.s Therapy
Electrical Therapy
Dry Needling

Adults and Children
Sports Chiropractic
ABC Technique
Activator Method
Postural Taping
X-Ray and Imaging Referral
Applied Kinesiology

Dietary Analysis
Lifestyle Change
Weight Management
Improve Health
Improve Performance

Exercise Therapy
Corrective Exercise
Core Stability Injury
Rehabilitation Stretching
Gym Programming
Pre Natal Strengthening
Post Natal Recovery
Hydrotherapy Programming

Additional Services
Core Stability Classes
Pre and Post Natal Classes
Baby/Infant Massage Classes
Workshops and Information Sessions
Rehabilitation and Exercise Studio

Clinic Location

Suite 1/173 Boronia Road,
Boronia 3155