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In Touch Physiotherapy Subiaco

A Centre of Physiotherapy Excellence

Helen Potter FACP Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
 (As awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists 2007)

What unique value do I offer at In Touch Physiotherapy?

As a leading Perth Physiotherapy Specialist Clinician, I provide a highly skilled, passionate, and caring service in a private and friendly environment. With longer appointments, you have an opportunity to tell your story and to discuss your needs and goals. We will work together on focused aims and, using active interventions, help you achieve an optimal outcome.

With an extensive knowledge of pathology and diagnostic skills, gained over eight years of study and thirty-eight as a clinician, I can accurately identify the cause of your problem and examine the factors influencing  your pain and limitations. I will use my expertise to analyse your posture and movement patterns and assist you to move more efficiently. My choice of appropriate evidence based treatment will match your individual symptoms and signs to relieve your pain, while teaching you new skills to care for your body now and in the future.

My dynamic approach integrates the latest research based Physiotherapy and Pain Management techniques. My vision is to exceed your needs and goals.

Whatever your age or fitness level,

In Touch Physiotherapy can assist your recovery from musculoskeletal disorders.

Don’t put up with pain – Call now and discover how much I can help.

 

Contact Details
Telephone
(08) 9381 6166
Address
Unit 418-20 Churchill Ave, Subiaco, WA, 6008
Opening Hours
Mon, Wed, Fri
7am - 1pm
Tue, Thu
1pm - 6pm
Sat, Sun
Emergency consultations 0419 969 455
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