Mr Neil J Petersen is a physiotherapist in Bundaberg 4670
who has a 4.50 star rating on Whitecoat and 5
customer reviews written by real patients. Mr Neil J Petersen provides a number of physio services and physio treatments.
The practice is located in QLD at 28 Crofton St Bundaberg QLD 4670. You can use the
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A physiotherapist is an expert in how the body moves. They help their patients recover from injury, and can also
assist with everyday conditions (such as arthritis) that can prevent one from moving freely and without pain.
They will work with you to create a programme designed specifically to achieve your goals and return to baseline
mobility (or as close to it as possible, if you are recovering from injury or illness). In short, they are well
versed in habilitation (making someone fit enough to do something), rehabilitation (getting someone back to
pre-injury or illness baseline) or promotion (improving someone’s overall fitness and abilities).
A physiotherapist is professionally trained to facilitate treatment, provide recommendations and answer any questions
you might have. Your physio will be able to help provide the right service for your specific healthcare needs and
requirements. Your physiotherapist should be trained to help you make informed decisions based on your physical needs,
your likes and dislikes and the treatment options that are available to you.
Your physiotherapist will be able to help provide the right service for your specific healthcare needs and requirements.
In searching for the right physio treatment that will suit your particular needs, you should weigh up the pros
and cons of all options and ask your physiotherapist any questions you might have. Your physiotherapist will be trained to help
you make informed decisions based on your physio needs, your likes and dislikes and the treatment options that
are available to you. You can find out more information about physiotherapy here.