Chronic Pain

Chronic Pain & Physiotherapy

Understanding chronic pain

Our understanding of chronic pain has skyrocketed. Our physiotherapists are keeping up to date with the most current trends in pain science, to bring to you the best treatment and management approaches. We are passionate about helping you in a caring and supportive environment.

Treating chronic pain is multifaceted

We have built a strong network of passionate and caring healthcare providers to help you deal effectively with your pain.

Improving movement is essential for improving pain

It is vital that we accurately diagnose your mobility and function. We will determine how you move and how to get you moving better. The research shows that individually tailored exercise programs provide the most effective results in overcoming.

Clinical Pilates is a proven method to help improve chronic pain

Clinical pilates is an exercise program that focuses on correct movement and function and is a proven method of exercise for helping patients with chronic pain to improve their mobility and reduce their pain levels.

Our Services

We help you understand what is happening to your body by providing effective holistic treatment with a program to move well again

About Complete Wellness Physiotherapy

We are the leading physiotherapy and clinical pilates practice in Kalamunda. Our clinic is an established centre of excellence. Simply stated, we’ll give you complete care! Our principal physiotherapist is involved in the teaching and training of physiotherapists locally, nationally and internationally. We use the most up to date and state-of-the-art equipment. Our programmes integrate cutting edge research, are fully supervised, evidence based and our client outcomes are excellent.

Our vision is to help people achieve complete wellness by being a leader and centre of excellence in physiotherapy & clinical pilates.

Moz Quinn, Principal Physiotherapist

“The team at Complete Wellness Physiotherapy is always friendly and professional. Most importantly for me, they help to motivate me to keep my program going. They always keep up to date with the latest treatments and follow up to make sure everything is progressing as planned. Thanks to the team for being so supportive.”

Mark Sinclair

“The staff at Complete Wellness are always so friendly, the physio’s are always running on time, and comfort me when I’ve not been feeling my best. They always give additional exercises to do at home to support my treatment and recovery, and have always been happy to help me. This clinic is highly recommended!!!”

Annie Bella

“Thrilled to have found such a wonderful Practise that provides the best treatment and facilities. I have struggled with pain for years and tried countless physiotherapists with no relief. Complete Wellness Physiotherapy has provided me with a better quality of life every day, reducing most of the pain, and a fantastic treatment plan tailored to my needs. The staff are a credit to this Practise.”

Amber Hall

“Complete Wellness Physiotherapy provide an exceptional physiotherapy service. The one on one consults, comprehensive assessment and subsequent treatment plan I’ve been given have not relieved pain and addressed the underlying cause of my symptoms. Ongoing education is clearly a priority for these physios. Very happy with treatment and service. Highly recommended!”

Robyn McKern

“We have attended Complete Wellness Physiotherapy over the past few years. They have a respectful, caring and professional approach. We love their willingness to explain the treatment options and help with our health. The home exercise programs are great as is the enthusiastic encouragement to keep us motivated. Moz and his team strive for excellence.

Jeff, Annie, Michael & Amelia Wallis

“The team at Complete Wellness Physiotherapy make you feel cared for. They are very professional in everything they do. Moz is always looking for new and innovative ways to improve the services CWP offers and to develop the team’s skills. The culture is just what you wish for in health care services.”

Margaret Armitage