Cleveland Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries
Suite 38 The Anchorage
20 Masthead Dve
Cleveland QLD 4163
Tel: (07) 3286 9444
Keeping the Redlands active since 1992
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Principal Physiotherapist Peter Mitchell is highly qualified having achieved a Master in Sport Physiotherapy (Hons). Combine this with 25 years of clinical experience, selection as a Physiotherapist at Sydney 2000 Olympics and for local, state and national sport teams and you can expect exceptional care.
Our first goal is for YOU to achieve fast pain relief in the short term.
Our next goal is for YOU to achieve outstanding and perhaps unexpected long term gains in your mobility, fitness and general activity, whatever your lifestyle.
YOUR job is to get started, so Call Now!
... then stick to the plan, we will help you at every stage, at YOUR pace.
Early intervention can prevent problems in posture and gait later on, correct deficits in the growing child and even helps the parents cope with care of disabled children. more »
Being able to access one's surroundings comfortably is important to everyone. For someone suffering from a disability or who has been injured it is even more so. Fortunately, with the help of physiotherapy this task is less daunting than it would otherwise be. more »
Shin splints is a common injury among runners, in which there is pain on either the inside or outside of the shin bone. There are a number of treatments and preventative measures that you can take. more »
The most common rowing injuries have been found to be those resulting from overuse or the repetitive nature of the sport. more »
Soft tissue consists of the fascia, connective tissues, muscles, tendons, fat and organs that lie beneath the skin. When these become injured pain and decreased function are the result. more »
Though generally it is better to start supervised rehabilitation following injury or illness, some cases may require that you simply rest a while. more »
Exercise requires motivation. When starting to exercise, it can seem like a chore. Here are a few tips to make it interesting to help you keep exercising. more »
Suffering from an injury does not need to mean that your fitness needs to also suffer. more »
Why do people perspire, and more specifically, why do some people perspire more than others? Sweat and perspiration remain hot scientific and social research topics, but there are a number of facts that assist our understanding of this most human phenomenon. more »
We spend a lot of time sleeping, so it’s natural to pay close attention to our mattress. Naturally, our head, neck, and spine health depend on it. However, don’t overlook the innocent looking pillow! more »
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