Clinic 88 – Assessing and Treating your Aches, Pains and Injuries

Clinic 88

The perfect combination of Soft Tissue Therapy (Hands-on Therapy) and Exercise Therapy

Soft Tissue Therapy / Remedial & Sports Massage

Reduction of pain and mobility inhibition to movement

Exercise Physiology, Physiotherapy and Pilates

Promotion of effective and efficient movement and function

This brief video explains what you might expect at Clinic 88

Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft Tissue Therapy is the assessment and treatment of all your aches, pains and injuries.

Soft Tissue Therapists predominantly use ‘hands on’ techniques to reduce your pain or mobility inhibition to pain-free movement.

Soft Tissue Therapy also encompasses Sports, Remedial, Oncology and Lymphatic Drainage Massage.

Techniques used include all types of massage techniques, cupping, dry needling, taping, stretching and exercise prescription.

This brief video explains what you might expect in a treatment:

Exercise Physiology

Exercise Physiologists (EP’s) are the experts in Exercise Prescription for injury rehab, chronic conditions and special populations.

EP’s are degree qualified, allied health professionals, accredited with ESSA. In many circumstances, they are medicare rebateable and can work with EPC programs, NDIS patients and DVA Clients. (see full page for details)

EP’s work in our purpose-built gyms within our Clinics. Their service is one on one. They don’t leave you. EP’s are always by your side watching and guiding you.

This brief video explains what you might expect in a treatment:


Pilates instructors are fully trained professionals in all aspects of Mat and Studio Pilates.

Pilates is an exercise regime that strengthens and stretches the body. The dynamic routines create strong, lengthened muscles which improve posture, movement capabilities, movement confidence and injury prevention.

Pilates helps improve muscle activation, coordination and conditioning so you can get about your day with movement confidence.

Pilates operates in a safe environment with constant instructor supervision to ensure you are moving efficiently and effectively.

This brief video explains what you might expect in a treatment:


Physiotherapy uses physical techniques, education and exercise to improve movement, reduce pain and stiffness, speed up the healing process, aid in surgery and injury recovery and increase quality of life.

What does a physiotherapist do?

Physiotherapists diagnose and manage a broad range of conditions with bones, muscles, the cardiovascular system, nerves and other parts and systems of the body. They can help people to manage chronic diseases, give lifestyle advice, prescribe exercises and aids to help people manage better, and give advice.

A physiotherapist will assess your condition and educate you on what your best protocol is to rehabilitate yourself.

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