getback physiotherapy for back pain
getback physiotherapy for back pain
Put back pain behind you!
Discover a treatment programme that can help you get moving again, whether you’re suffering new symptoms or have chronic pain. Book online or call our Singleton clinic today.
Get 50% off your Initial Consultation*
*Only available to new getback clients for an Initial Consultation. Half price Initial Consultation will be $37.50 (RRP $75)
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How is getback different from other back pain treatment?
getback Head of Exercise Physiology Adam Cabble explains how exercise based therapy is changing the way chronic back and neck pain is treated.
How we treat back pain
Spinal health you can see
getback™ devices are designed to safely control loading and guide every movement during your tailored back treatment. The devices provide continual feedback to ensure you’re exercising within the prescribed safe range, and measure your strength and flexibility for review with our Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists.
Get 50% off your Initial Consultation
Please complete your first name, email and phone number to book an Initial Consultation with 50% off. We will call you back to arrange a suitable time.
Terms and conditions: Only available to new getback clients. Offer only available on an Initial Consultation with getback. Half price initial consultation will be $37.50 (RRP $75).
- Includes a detailed screening of your back or neck issue to understand how your pain or other issue is affecting your function and daily activities.
- You will receive an opinion from us on the suitability of getback treatment for your particular condition, and the opportunity to have your questions answered.
About getback Singleton
About get back Singleton
About Our Clinic
You’ll spot Singleton Physiotherapy and Allied Health if you’re driving along the New England Highway in the Singleton area.
With our prominent position and large state-of-the art premises spanning 400 square metres, we’re quite hard not to notice.
And, with much of the local population engaged in coal mining-related industries, defence, or agriculture, and a high participation in sports, we see a steady flow of patients through the door suffering from various painful conditions.
We’re able to help people on several fronts – even if their pain is chronic rather than a result of a one-off injury.
And, the recent installation of the getback exercise-based spinal rehabilitation system means that we can help in particular with a common complaint amongst mining locals: back or neck pain.
This is a welcome addition to our range of physiotherapy services, which we’ve been providing to the local community since 2005.
We love to support the sports community here and provide a triage service for all senior local sports clubs, including AFL, RU, RL, and soccer.
Nearly all of our staff live locally and are involved in community activities; and, in turn, we’re well-supported by the Singleton community, who recognise us simply as ‘the physio practice’.
As mentioned, we’re easily accessible by car and there is ample on-site clinic parking for eight vehicles, as well as on-street parking outside the clinic.
Joe Graduated from the University of New England in 2021 with a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology. He has an interest in treating people with back pain and musculoskeletal rehab.
He also has experience treating people with neurological and chronic conditions such as heart disease, diabetes and cancer. Joe is also passionate about sports, particularly cricket, rugby league and soccer.
Covers and claims
Workcover, TAC/Third Party, Department of Veterans’ Affairs (DVA) patients
– No Gap charged
National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) patients
– No Gap charged for patients on a self managed package
Medicare Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) patients
– Gap payment to match fee schedule
We have a team of eight physiotherapists to serve the local community.
As well as helping with sports injuries, work-related injuries, and pre/post-operative pain, we can provide assistance in the following:
- Remedial massage
- Exercise physiology
- Visiting dietician services
- Visiting speech pathologist and psychologist services
- On-site / off-site mine injury rehabilitation
- Sports injury rehab
- Dry needling
- Clinical Pilates
The getback targeted spinal rehabilitation program is the only one of its kind in the area. We hope to use the data obtained from mining industry patients to provide further valuable research into back and neck pain.
getback works alongside our other therapies to provide a complete range of physiotherapy and exercise physiology services, delivered through one-on-one sessions.
To accelerate your recovery, book an appointment.
Frequently Asked Questions
No, you can make an appointment directly with the clinic for an Initial Consultation with our Physiotherapists.
Based on your Initial Consultation, hands-on treatments may be required before moving into the getback program.
getback™ treatments go for an average of 30 minutes. getback recommends two treatments per week. Depending on results of the Initial Consultation, an individual program ranges from 12 to 24 treatments.
To get the best results, getback recommends two treatments per week. Depending on the Initial Consultation, individual programs range from 12 to 24 treatments.
An Exercise Physiologist is a tertiary trained health professional, with a minimum of four years of training specialising in movement therapies for those with (or at risk of developing) chronic conditions, ranging from musculoskeletal to cardiovascular and neurological conditions.
All Exercise Physiologists are required to be accredited by ESSA (Exercise and Sports Science Australia), adhere to the industry’s code of practice and are recognised by Medicare, Worksafe, TAC and most private health insurers.
getback™ devices are designed by biomechanical specialists and Exercise Physiologists to a medical rehabilitation standard. The devices are registered with the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) of Australia as Medical Grade One Measuring Devices.
getback™ devices are designed for isoinertial exercise (meaning resistance matches the muscle’s capacity thorough the total movement) to ensure that exercises are performed in the pain-free range, and find the right target in the lumbar spine. The multi-movement planes of the devices allow controlled movements in lumbar/thoracic flexion, extension, rotation and lateral flexion.