About Us
 

Our integrated team of health professionals are highly skilled at managing pain, injuries & movement dysfunction. We work together to manage the underlying problem, not just the symptoms. We encounter three common problems experienced by our clients.

    1.    Persistent pain
    2.    Pain that limits your capacity to reach your physical peak
    3.    Pain & injury that prevents you from returning to the activities you love

We understand your frustrations of being restricted by factors of pain, injury, weakness &/or movement dysfunction. Our services are tailored to identify the contributors so we can help you get back on track to reach your physical best. 

Our services include Physiotherapy, Remedial Massage Therapy, Clinical Pilates, Rehabilitation, Strength & Conditioning training, 12 week Performance Training Programs, Dry Needling & Women’s Health.


Testimonials

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Danielle Price

‘Rhythmic gymnastics is not a common sport and is not widely understood by many health practitioners. Tara has helped me with injury management, and taught me about the importance of body awareness and load management at training and to keep my body injury free to compete at my peak physical capacity.' I can't thank Tara enough for her support. It has helped prepare my body for the highest level of competition including Olympic Games, Commonwealth Games and World Championships.'

Rio Olympic Games 2016
Commonwealth Games 2018, 2014, 2010  
World Championships Rhythmic gymnast 2009-2015

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Leith Mills

‘The teachers at Axis Physio & Pilates have customised the classes to ensure that each of us achieve our very different goals. I'd like to think this was a universal achievement of all Pilates studios, but my research tells me that the staff at Axis Physio & Pilates are something really special in this field.’ 

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Richard Sauerman

I love Axis Physio & Pilates
I'm a 57 year old guy who wants to feel good. Physically that means being (core) strong, flexible, stretchable, and yeah it would be nice to be able to touch my toes without bending my knees. Mentally it means winding down, being present, and being patient.
Axis was my first venture into pilates, and after four months I'm starting to feel pretty good. And even though they do have the latest and greatest pilates reformers, chairs, and barrels, it's the people who make it work for me. The team are super-friendly, non-judgemental, and really good at what they do.
Most importantly (for me anyway), they make me actually "want to" stretch and bend my body for 60 minutes, three times a week, at 8am in the morning. For a guy that's as bone lazy as me, that's impressive.