Our Physiotherapy Services

COMPLETE PHYSIOTHERAPY 

Owned and operated by Jo & Dean Milios, Complete Physiotherapy has serviced the local community for more than 20 years, offering a wide range of treatment options for physical movement conditions and injuries.

We provide thorough assessments, treatment plans and home rehabilitation programs to ensure your health concerns are dealt with efficiently and effectively, to maximise your recovery in the shortest possible time frame.

Our repertoire includes:

  • musculo-skeletal & sports injuries
  • spinal care
  • men’s health
  • women’s health
  • sexual health
  • hydrotherapy
  • massage
  • gym rehabilitation
  • clinical pilates
  • Pilates, Physiofit, Over 50s & Yoga classes.

We offer more than 15 supplementary exercise classes each week in an adjacent exercise studio, run by Physiotherapists skilled and happy to help you get back on your feet and in the best possible health.

They are all rebatable!

In fact, all of our services, including treatment and classes are rebatable from your health fund or Medicare and covered through Extended Care Plans (ECP) from GP’s. Veteran Affairs, MVA, Worker’s Comp & Public Liability cases are also welcome at our clinic.

Complete Physiotherapy has a direct referral/same day relationship with local Radiology, Sports Medicine Physicians and an Orthopaedic Surgeon for your benefit.

MEN’S HEALTH

Jo Milios is a Men’s Health Physiotherapist specialising in physical conditions unique to men. Physiotherapy is very beneficial to the treatment of issues such as urinary incontinence, prostatitis, chronic pelvic pain [pudendal neuralgia], overactive bladder and erectile dysfunction particularly after treatment for prostate cancer and this is a major focus of Jo’s clinical work.

She works in tandem with Urologists, Sexual Health Physicians, Exercise Physiologists and Psychologists to restore better male health and ensure all bases are covered, in what can often be a complex medical situation with a range of symptoms.

  • A good example of this is chronic pelvic pain [referred to as pudendal neuralgia] which is a complex and often misunderstood condition that causes a range of symptoms to the bladder, bowel and male genitalia; from severe pain in the pelvis, testicles or rectum, to overactive or painful bladder symptoms and erectile dysfunction or ejaculatory issues. It can occur when the Pudendal nerve is either compressed or irritated.

Each patient is individually assessed prior to treatment where possible and a detailed plan of treatment is designed that is unique to each patient. This can involve pelvic floor muscle exercises, bladder training and whole body exercise prescription.

 The male pelvic floor


Information on Pelvic Floor Exercises for Men is available: HERE 

 

PROST!Exercise 4 Men Inc. – Exercise Club website 

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