We have moved to Suite 7/140, Robina Town Centre Dr. Robina.
We accept a number of health funds for a variety of services. Enquire today to find out what the best payment option is for you. Our team is here for you & any questions you may have.
We take great pride in getting to the underlying causes of issues. Our treatments are geared towards getting you results that you both see & feel.
A Team That Cares
Every person is unique, that’s why at RPPR we strive to get the best results possible for each individual client. We aim to make you feel safe & secure whilst really taking the time to understand you & your body.
Break the Cycle Today!
We will help unpack your health and get you the treatment you really need. Sometimes complicated chronic issues require simple, achievable remedies.
We are in the business of care.
- Injured at work? Involved in a car accident? Our physios are here to help you navigate your return to work, and/or your return to functional health and wellbeing.
We welcome referrals from your Doctor for Medicare claiming physiotherapy sessions, however, you do not need a referral to come & see one of our skilled therapists.
At RPPR our Physiotherapists are qualified to treat a range of issues including:
- Chronic low back pain
- Neck pain/stiffness and headaches
- Muscle/joint strains and sprains
- Poor posture
- Overuse injuries
- Sporting injuries
- Workplace injuries
Our Physiotherapists have also gained extensive experience in areas such as:
- Running and cycling assessments
- Golfing injuries and performance
- Injury prevention for contact (rugby / AFL) and high repetition sports (rowing / swimming)
Your RPPR Physiotherapist will perform a range of tests to gain a diagnosis for your particular condition. The Physiotherapist will then discuss this diagnosis with you, informing you about the outlook, implications and treatment required.
Pilates encompasses a wide range of exercises aimed at general strengthening, flexibility, and overall balance. There is a strong focus on core strengthening which assists with recurring neck and lower back pain.
At RPPR we use a series of specialized Pilates equipment, allowing us to prescribe low impact, safe, and technique-driven exercises.
Some of our Clinical Pilates Instructors are also qualified Physiotherapists. This ensures safety and goal-oriented exercise prescription.
Pilates is suitable for men and women of all age groups and levels of fitness. It is ideal for injury prevention, but also suits those who want to stay fit, lose weight and tone up.
NEOTONUS CHAIR THERAPY
Neotonus Magnetic chair therapy offers you a unique non-invasive pelvic floor exercise. It generates neuronal pulses that exercise all the pelvic floor muscles to get their strength back. It is a pain free treatment based on a revolutionary technology called Extracorporeal Magnetic Innervation ( ExMI) pelvic therapy system. A highly focused magnetic field is produced by the Neocontrol device that stimulates the pelvic nerves to produce highly effective pelvic muscle contractions.
The patient is fully dressed in a very comfortable chair. The patient can read a book or magazines or listen to music during the treatment.
NATUROPATHY/ HEALTH & NUTRITION COACHING
Naturopathy is a holistic therapy aimed at addressing the source of the issue rather than just the symptoms. Our Naturopaths are trained in:
- herbal medicine
- Remedial therapies
At RPPR our Nutrition & Health Coaches place an emphasis on client education, guidance and support, allowing you to live life to the full.
Typical conditions that respond well to Naturopathy include:
- Sleep disorders
- Weight loss
- Type II Diabetes
- Digestive disorders
- Hormonal imbalances
- Low energy
- Immune dysfunction
- Fertility problems
Remedial Massage provides a healing treatment that affects the whole body, our therapists aim to trace the discomfort as far back as possible to the original cause thus healing both the cause of the disorder as well as the symptoms.
Remedial massage is basically a form of massage that is working to remedy or fix a problem in your body. This may be an acute injury that has just occurred, a long lasting chronic problem that is always there or also problems that may come up from time to time like headaches or muscle aches.
Remedial massage utilises techniques such as deep tissue, trigger point, Myofascial release, active release techniques, PNF stretching, Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) and many more.
Remedial massage is the most useful and safest form of treatment for conditions such as : joint sprains, muscle strains or pulls, tight muscles, aching muscles, limited movement, headaches, jaw pain, back pain including disc injuries, neck pain, shoulder injuries and many more.
WORKPLACE INJURY MANAGEMENT
One of our specialties at RPPR is Work Place Injury Management.We understand the urgency for an injured worker to be assessed and treated promptly, and can assist your business in handling the administrative process in a timely, efficient and cost effective manner.
Our team of Medical Doctors, Musculoskeletal Physicians, Physiotherapists, Occupational Therapists, Psychologists and Exercises Physiologists work together to ensure the injured worker returns to work as soon as possible.
Our services include:
- Pre employment medical report (Duty suitability report)
- Injury treatment/certificate issue
- Liaising with employers and insurance providers to achieve a complete injury management solution.
Our current clients include Tyco Waters, Injury Net, Workers Compensation and Goodman Fielder.
Musculo-skeletal Therapy (MST) is an approach aimed at assessing and treating the musculoskeletal system using various specialised soft tissue techniques. These include:
- muscle energy & neuromuscular techniques
- joint mobilisation and manipulation
- dry needling
- trigger point therapy
- stretching techniques
- nerve blocks
MST is effectively used to assess prevent and alleviate pain, enhance movement and function, rehabilitate injuries, correct postural imbalances and manage acute & chronic pain dysfunctions.
What is Metabolism?
Metabolism is all of the chemical reactions and physiological processes that keep us alive. All of these processes require energy which is produced by burning, or oxidising, fuels that we eat, which are carbohydrates, fat and protein. Like when burning any fuel, oxygen is consumed and carbon dioxide is produced. By measuring the amount of oxygen breathed in and carbon dioxide expired (gas exchange) we can calculate the amount of energy your body is using, and also the type of fuel that is running it.
Resting Metabolic Rate
We look at your metabolism in two different states: resting and exercising. Your resting metabolic rate (RMR) represents 60-75% of your total daily energy expenditure. When measuring metabolic rate in a fasted state, e.g. before breakfast, your body will either be burning fat or carbohydrate, in the form of glucose. Ideally, the majority of your energy at rest would be produced by burning fat, reserving your carbohydrate stores for when your energy demands are higher. Unfortunately, factors such as diet, lifestyle and genetics can impact your ability to burn fat and make it difficult to maintain a healthy weight.
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