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Specialist Physiotherapy

Quest Specialist Physiotherapy is a Specialist Physiotherapy clinic in Perth’s northern suburbs.

Our Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists are world class experts in the management of persistent musculoskeletal injuries and pain problems.

We care about you & your path to recovery. Whether you have a new or long term pain issue. We are focused on you gaining a clear understanding of your pain and getting back to doing the things you love quickly.

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Specialist Physiotherapy

Complex pain can be confusing. Our Specialist Physiotherapists will provide a clear understanding of your pain.

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Physiotherapy

Our physiotherapists are very experienced in the management of musculoskeletal pains, sport and work-related injuries.

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Workers Compensation

Injured at work? We provide Specialist Physiotherapy reviews and management for insurance and compensation cases.

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Arthritis - GLA:D® Program

We offer an up-to-date, evidence informed education and exercise program – GLA:D® for hip and knee osteoarthritis.

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Second Opinion

Not improving? At Quest we offer Specialist Physiotherapist reviews of patients with ongoing pain.

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Education and Consulting

We are leaders in the education of health professionals.

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GLA:D at Quest

We are very excited to launch the education and exercise program – GLA:D® for hip and knee osteoarthritis.   The GLA:D (Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark) program was developed by researchers in Denmark and reflects the most current research...

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The Core Stability Illusion

“Core stability” became the next big thing in low back pain treatment in the 1990’s and developed into a huge industry focused on selling the idea – improving everyone’s core muscle stability would fix or prevent back pain. Nearly every...

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What’s your pain “context”?

The “context” in relation to your pain is the combination of factors contributing to your personal pain experience at a point in time. Your “context” is made up of multiple factors such as: Physical factors (muscle tension, strength...

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