Physiotherapy Clinic
Located in Melbourne CBD

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Treat

Treating your symptoms
so you feel better.
treat
We deliver high level physiotherapy, remedial massage and clinical pilates in Melbourne's CBD.

Cure

Rehabilitation to get you pain free, and in peak condition.
cure
We strive for more than just symptom relief. We help to cure your injury.

Prevent

A holistic approach providing education, exercises and strategies.
prevent
We work with you to prevent future recurrence, keeping you happy, healthy and injury free.

Why Choose Pure Physio?

At Pure Physio we take a unique approach to physiotherapy treatment.

We have two physiotherapy clinics, right in the heart of Melbourne’s CBD, one on Collins Street, and the other on Queen Street. But it’s not just our location that’s awesome.

We pride ourselves on going beyond the basics. Learn more about the approach our physios take to ensure a better result for you.

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Our locations

Pure Physio
Queen Street, Melbourne

Level 2, 200 Queen Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Call +61 3 9090 7325
Fax +61 3 9639 7432

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Pure Physio
Collins Street, Melbourne

Level 4, 52 Collins Street
Melbourne, Victoria 3000

Call +61 3 9975 4133
Fax +61 3 9639 7432

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Pure news

Vestibular

Is your world spinning? You may have vertigo. Vertigo is defined as 'the sensation of the world spinning around you', or the illusion of movement. This can occur spontaneously or with a knock to the head and is related to the vestibular system of the inner ear.

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Sciatica, Piriformis Syndrome & Trigger Points – Just A Pain In The Glute?

At some point in our life we will most likely come across a painful sensation in our buttock region with some referral down the back of our leg. This presentation is a common complaint that clients seek Remedial Massage treatment for, as many people will automatically self-diagnose themselves as having 'sciatica', due to the location.

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February CPD – Running

February CPD was focused on running. We had the opportunity to run in different shoes, experiment with different running cues and tried running at different cadences (step rates) to give us a better understanding of what our patients experience.

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Plans to reduce injury risk for Female AFL players

The AFLW buzz is back again! After the season opener matches, we have been kept up to date at the Australian Physiotherapy Associations yearly breakfast about how we are going to tackle the big problem of injury, particularly knee injuries to the ACL.

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