Restore your body's physical function and help relieve pain

* In the wake of the recent Coronavirus outbreak, patient and practitioner safety and support remain our highest priority. If you have been feeling unwell or have been diagnosed with Coronavirus, we would encourage you to re-book your appointment after clearance from a medical professional.

* Our Physiotherapy clinic continues to support our community and is currently open for face to face or telehealth appointments. We continue to follow the advice and restrictions of the QLD Government and we strongly encourage compliance of these guidelines for all clients, staff and students. Please contact our reception team on 1800 188 295 if you  have any questions or concerns about your individual situation.

Our physiotherapy team use evidence-based scientific research and apply the latest techniques to give you the best possible results. Our clinic is open to the public and no referrals are required.

As we continue to support our community in these unique times, we're excited to announce the launch of a new online Osteoarthritis  Management Program.  Find out more.


Our physiotherapists can help you with

Sports and musculoskeletal injuries

Restore movement and physical function

Chronic pain and conditions

Injury and rehabilitation

Women's/Men's health

Exercise Advice

Post-operative complications

Cross-referrals to other practitioners

No referrals required

Open to the public

Telehealth consultations available

Telehealth consultations allow you to receive the same level of diagnosis, treatment, and prevention aspects that you'd receive with face-to-face consultations over the internet in the convenience of your own home.

We've recently introduced telehealth services in the following clinics - physiotherapy, exercise physiology, speech pathology, dietetics and psychology.

If you'd like to experience telehealth for yourself, our physiotherapists are currently on hand and appointments are available. Please call our reception team on 1800 188 295 or email us at

What we do

Our Physiotherapists have an extensive background of anatomy, physiology and pathology and use the latest therapy techniques to match treatment precisely to each patients needs. Individual or a combination of treatments may be used such as manual therapy to a joint, massaging, stretching, acupuncture, electro-therapy, taping as well as other forms of exercise and movements.

Personalised treatment for pain relief

Our physiotherapists use targeted exercise programs and treatments to help with a wide variety of conditions such as sports and musculoskeletal injuries, spinal and joint pain, persistent pain and chronic disease management, post-operative rehabilitation, work-related injuries, occupational assessment and treatment, Womens’/Mens’ health, athlete screening and performance enhancement and much more.

A multidisciplinary approach

Our multi-disciplinary approach to healthcare ensures that you’ll receive the best treatment possible. Where appropriate, we can draw upon the complementary skills, experience and knowledge of individual health professionals to give you an integrated and comprehensive healthcare program above and beyond what an individual practitioner could deliver themselves.

What to expect when you first visit

Your initial consultation will include a comprehensive assessment of your condition/injury by one of our physiotherapists who’ll then work with you to develop an effective management plan to optimise your recovery and performance.

Consultation fees

Standard $90 $80
Concession card holder $80 $70
Chronic disease management* $70 $70
Student clinic^$30$20

* Concession card holders and chronic disease management plan discounts available. Medicare and other rebates available - enquire within. HICAPS terminals for instant private health insurance rebates.

** Fees effective 1 July 2021.

^Student clinics operate at certain times during each semester. Please call reception for more information.

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Public Transport


The tram, G:Link, has two stops on campus. The G:Link line begins at the Gold Coast University Hospital, travels south through Southport, Surfers Paradise and Broadbeach, and terminates at Pacific Fair shopping centre. See the G:Link website for details on stations, tickets and times.


Bus and train

You can catch the bus to our Gold Coast campus from a variety of locations, including nearby train stations at Helensvale, Nerang and Robina. There are also a number of bus routes that connect to the tram.

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Where to find us

Level 4, Ian O'Connor building (G40), Gold Coast campus, Cnr Parklands Drive and Olsen Avenue, Southport QLD 4215


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