PHYSIOTHERAPISTS provide treatment to maximise movement, strength, relieve pain and speed recovery for various conditions. Physiotherapists at EBR physio will assess and diagnose your problem and formulate a treatment and rehabilitation plan. We offer personalised assessment and treatments and usually give advice and exercises so you can continue your treatment independently.

What do EBR physios treat?

We can treat a broad range of conditions including:


How do our physios help you?

Your treatment will be 30 minutes, one on one, face to face with a physio who will carry out a thorough assessment & includes one or more of manual therapy, electrotherapy (ultrasound, interferential etc.), dry needling, exercise prescription (rehab exercises, Clinical Pilates & hydrotherapy).

Do I really need physiotherapy? Or will physiotherapy help?

Physiotherapists successfully help a range of physical problems including most musculo-skeletal problems. If you are unsure whether you need or would benefit from a visit to our practice please contact us.



What is Pilates?
Physiotherapists combine their in-depth understanding of anatomy and physiology with the Pilates exercise system resulting in Clinical Pilates. This can be applied to rehabilitation purposes and as an exercise-based physiotherapy treatment technique. It is the natural progression from treatment towards self-management.

At EBR Physio we personalise your exercise program taking into consideration any previous injuries or conditions.  Clinical Pilates is suitable for people of all age groups and fitness levels, as it is a low-impact form of exercise varying in difficulty and intensity, and is closely supervised and instructed by your physiotherapist.  Each Clinical Pilates session is tailored to your individual body, goals and needs.

What are the Benefits?
  • Increased Co-ordination
  • Increased Flexibility
  • Increased Core Stability
  • Improved Posture
  • Reduced Back pain
  • Increases bone density and strength in people with osteoporosis
  • Reduces arthritic pain
  • Generalised toning of body muscles to improve body shape

Who can benefit from Clinical Pilates?

  • All ages
  • Back pain
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Injury rehabilitation and prevention
  • Pregnancy - Pre & Post Natal
  • Sports men, women and children
  • Anyone wishing to improve their Posture/General fitness/Body awareness
What does ebr Physio offer?

Individual & Small group (max 4 people) sessions

A combination of mat, fit-ball, foam roller, reformer, Wunda chair & trapeze exercises, all tailored to your specific needs.
  • 1:1     30 minutes
  • Small group     45 minutes

Before joining a group class you must have an initial assessment for the physio to assess your physical & medical health & to individually ensure you grasp the principles of the exercises and are performing movements correctly.

What to wear/bring?

  • Comfortable exercise clothes that allow movement
  • Pilates is done barefoot or in socks, no shoes are required.
  • Bring a water bottle & small towel

All of our classes are conducted by registered Physiotherapists & are claimable through private health insurance extras.

Discounts are available for small group sessions and pre-purchased class packs, (5 or 10)



Hydrotherapy also known as Aquatic Physiotherapy is exercises performed in a warm pool. We use the pool of the Bentleigh Bayside Community Health Centre in Gardeners Road in East Bentleigh. This is a purpose built hydro pool maintained at a comfortable 33 to 34.5° C. We are able to help many conditions in hydrotherapy. Hydrotherapy is especially beneficial for arthritis, back pain, post surgical or injury rehabilitation, because of the reduced impact on your body due to the waters buoyancy. We conduct hydrotherapy classes within a group setting to minimise costs, we personalise and make the exercises as interesting and rewarding as possible. Often you will be able to continue your exercises independently once a regime has been established. Please note these classes are suitable even for non-swimmers.