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.
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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 get back Wangratta
About Our Clinic
Our physiotherapists are highly-trained in providing you with a comprehensive assessment of your back or neck pain.
We promote an active approach to treatment that considers your needs, including the new getback program, a muscoskeletal exercise program facilitated by state-of-the-art devices designed for people with chronic back or neck pain.
After your initial assessment, we create a treatment plan that is effective and provides you with the knowledge to manage your injury into the future.
Conditions we commonly see include:
- Lower back pain including sciatica
- Neck pain including whiplash
- Hip and knee osteoarthritis
- Sports injuries
- Chronic pain
- Stress fractures
- Post-operative rehabilitation
- Referred pain
- TAC and Workcover injuries
Todd is a Sports Physiotherapist with over 10 years’ experience working in private practice in regional Victoria. Over his career, Todd has been fortunate to work with professional athletes including cyclists, triathletes and distance runners. Todd is currently the physio for the Murray Bushrangers Football club.
Todd has strong interests in treating sports and musculoskeletal injuries, particularly knee and hip pain and running-related injuries. Outside of work, he enjoys running, music and trying to get a kick in the local footy.
Juliette is one of the latest recruits to our team of Physiotherapists. As a recent graduate, she brings with her the latest knowledge and research across public and private settings.
Juliette brings enthusiasm and energy to her work, with strong interests in sporting injuries, orthopaedic rehabilitation and pain management.
Outside Physio, Juliette enjoys the exploring the northeast region through skiing, cycling and running.
Juliette works at our Wangaratta clinic on Monday and Wednesday and our Benalla Clinic on Thursdays.
Josh hails from a regional cattle farming community in Northern NSW. He enjoyed an active upbringing and eventually pursued a Bachelor degree in Sport and Exercise Science. In 2014 he relocated to Brisbane to commence post-graduate studies at the University of Queensland, obtaining a Masters degree in Physiotherapy. Here he met a Benalla local who later became his wife.
Josh lworked on beautiful Bribie Island for two and a half years and spent 12 months in the Northern Territory, before coming to Benalla in early 2021. Josh takes a friendly yet professional approach to physiotherapy care, with a particular interest in sports injury and post-operative rehabilitation.
You’ll see Josh running laps around Lake Benalla, volunteering at Parkrun, or frequenting Benalla’s playgrounds with his young daughter.
Anna is an experienced musculoskeletal physio who works with everyone from general patients to elite athletes. As an elite cross-country skiing athlete, Anna brings in-depth knowledge of exercise rehabilitation, load management, and training principles to help you return to sport or your everyday activities pain-free, and performing better than before.
Anna has been involved with many teams including Athletics Victoria, the Victorian Ski Team, NPL soccer, NRS cycling and O&M football and netball. She specialises in hip, knee and ankle injuries including running-related injuries, cycling injuries, snow sports injuries, adolescent knee and ankle pain, and tendinopathy.
Outside of work you’ll find Anna outdoors on an adventure – skiing, running, cycling or rock climbing.
Bec is one of our newest Physiotherapists at Peak Sports Physiotherapy.
She has experience in hospital settings across acute, sub-acute, community and outpatient services.
Bec has a keen interest in Women’s Health, including pregnancy related musculoskeletal intervention, post-partum recovery and return to sport.
She has completed multiple Women’s Health courses and has experience in both inpatient and outpatient Women’s Health. Bec also enjoys osteoarthritis intervention and management and Orthopaedic rehabilitation.
Outside Physiotherapy, Bec enjoys the great outdoors – camping and travelling with her husband and two kids are her favourites!
Caleb graduated from the University of South Australia with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy in 2015. Since then, he has worked all around Australia and gained high-quality experience in both public hospital and private practice settings.
Caleb is well-equipped to guide you through your entire rehabilitation program from early injury diagnosis, all the way to achieving your goals and full-recovery. He takes a holistic approach to rehabilitation and incorporates the latest evidence-based techniques in his treatment, focusing on the contributing factors to your pain and dysfunction.
Caleb has a strong belief in educating and empowering clients about their injury, and the importance of strength and conditioning for recovery. He has a special interest in musculoskeletal injuries, including lower limb soft tissue injuries, pre/post-operative rehabilitation, post-fracture management, lumbar/spinal pain and chronic pain management.
When he is not working as a physio, you will find Caleb exploring the region and keeping active through hiking, basketball, AFL and surfing/snowboarding. He also can’t say no to a great market and live music!
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.
Yes. Our qualified practitioners supervise each session to ensure all exercises are carried out safely and correctly and to monitor your progress.
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.
No, many of our patients use the machines either before or after work without changing clothes. You won’t break out in a sweat or need to shower afterwards.
No, getback is a planned rehabilitation program with a defined end point, usually between 12 to 24 treatments.