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Clifton Hill Physiology Director, Sallie Cowan, Announces New Mobile App to Provide Patients with Custom Exercise Prescriptions

 

Victoria, Australia -- (ReleaseWire) -- 01/30/2014 -- Dr. Sallie Cowan, physiotherapist and director of  Clifton Hill Physiotherapy  (CHP) announced the release of the practice’s new MyPhysio App. The application allows the clinic’s patients to have their customized exercise plans sent directly to their mobile device, along with photos, videos and instructions.

Clifton Hill Physiotherapy is an innovative practice utilizing modern techniques and methods to treat patients and accommodate their busy lifestyles. The MyPhysio App provides patients with reminders and the means to manage and maintain their prescribed exercise program. After patients have consulted with their Clifton Hill Physiotherapy professional, personalized content is loaded to the app. The application is available at the  ITunes App Store  and  Google Play.

Clifton Hill Physiotherapy provides men, women and children with a comprehensive array of services, from therapeutic massage and chronic pain management to rehabilitation and treatment for sports injuries. Professionals with expertise in multiple disciplines are available to assist with a wide range of injuries, neurological concerns and an extensive array of health conditions that most people aren’t aware can be treated through the science of physiotherapy.

The practice specializes in treating comprehensive array of women’s conditions that are often misdiagnosed. The experienced professionals understand the impact symptoms have on a patient’s quality of life. CHP treats a variety of pelvic floor dysfunctions arising from injury and overuse. Real-time Ultrasound is used to assess conditions ranging from pregnancy back pain and prolapse to overactive bladder and problems specific to aging.

Male enthusiasts of high-impact sports, including rugby and football, are especially susceptible to injuries. The musculoskeletal and sports professionals at CHP treat injuries that include stress fractures, strains, sprains and skiing injuries. Those with overuse injuries will find relief from the symptoms of tennis elbow and runner’s knee, and receive assistance with post-surgical rehabilitation.

CHP is unique in that the practice treats babies through adolescents and maintains a special clinic dedicated to paediatric physiotherapy. CHP works with schools and other health professionals to ensure children receive the treatment and accommodations they need. The practice treats youngsters with developmental issues, neck and back problems related to school bags and computers, sensory and motor deficits, along with surgical and rehabilitation needs.

Fans can follow Clifton Hill Physiotherapy on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. The practice maintains an informative blog that addresses a variety of concerns. Visitors can learn about topics ranging from ergonomics and arthritis to the value of contoured pillows.

Clinton Hill Physiotherapy offers treatments featuring the latest in technological methods and physiotherapy techniques. The new MyPhysio app is just one of the ways the practice caters to patients and helps them maintain health and wellness. The professionals at CHP understand the needs of the modern patient and are committed to providing innovative services for all stages of life.

Located at 111 Queens Parade in Clifton Hill, the practice can be reached by phone at 9486 1918 or via email at  admin@cliftonhillphysiotherapy.com.au . For more information, visit the website at  http://www.cliftonhillphysiotherapy.com.au

About Dr. Sallie Cowan
Dr. Sallie Cowan is the founding director of Clifton Hill Physiotherapy, a highly experienced musculoskeletal physiotherapist and an internationally recognized clinician and researcher. She’s a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne and received national and international awards for her research. Dr. Cowan is a speaker and lecturer in high-demand and supervises post-graduate physiotherapy students at the University of Melbourne. A prolific author, she has more than 30 publications in highly respected international journals and co-authored two-book chapters on anterior knee pain in highly popular publications. Dr. Cowan is a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association, a titled member of Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Australia.

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Dr. Sallie Cowan
Director
Clifton Hill Physiotherapy
Phone: 9486 1918
Website: www.cliftonhillphysiotherapy.com.au