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Physiotherapy Ipswich

Heritage Health Physiotherapy Ipswich will help you assess, diagnose, treat and prevent disease and disability through physical means.

Our physiotherapists are experts in movement and function and will work together with you, helping you overcome movement disorders which may be present at birth, acquired through accident or injury or are the result of ageing or life changing events.

Our physiotherapist can help you recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness and increase mobility. They will also help you prevent further injury by listening to your needs and working with you to plan the most appropriate treatment for your condition, including setting goals and treatment outcomes.

A doctor’s referral is not necessary to see a physiotherapist at Heritage Health.

Your doctor may still give you a referral in certain cases, this is most welcome. Please be assured that we will work together with your doctor as part of a team to plan and manage treatment for your specific condition.

Heritage Health Physiotherapy can help

  • Sporting injuries
  • Neck and back pain
  • Jaw joint clicking and pain
  • Post-surgical rehabilitation
  • Stroke rehabilitation
  • Brain injury rehabilitation
  • Balance and falls prevention
  • Cardiac rehabilitation

Jaw Pain Clinic Ipswich

Heritage Health: Jaw Pain Physio Clinic offers a unique physiotherapy solution for clients with jaw or TMJ (Temporomandibular joint) conditions.

Jaw conditions are often misdiagnosed and as a result mistreated. At Heritage Health, our expert physiotherapist will accurately diagnose and effectively treat your jaw dysfunction with the best therapy possible.

The jaw is considered one of the most complex joints in the body. It is also one of the most used, with thousands of movements each day as we breathe, talk, eat or yawn.

There are many reasons why your jaw can become dysfunctional. It could arise from a structural problem, nerve/muscular/ligament changes or a psycho-social/stress related issue. Often, it is a combination of all three. We understand each client is different and as such, we formulate individualised treatment plans to not only treat the symptoms, but the root cause of your problem.

Senior Physiotherapists

Heritage Health’s founder and practice principal, Jason Chung is a physiotherapist in Ipswich that is passionate about advancing his knowledge and skills to help his patients improve their quality of life and reach their maximum potential.

Born in Hong Kong, raised in Queensland, Jason completed his physiotherapy training in Brisbane at The University of Queensland where he graduated with Honours.

Initially working in metropolitan Brisbane where he gained experience in both the public and private sectors, Jason has also spent considerable time in regional Queensland.

Jason has extensive experience in treating sports and musculoskeletal injuries but has particular interests in jaw joint conditions, work related injuries and complex orthopaedic rehabilitation.

As a progressive clinician, Jason has undertaken continuing education and advanced further study in the areas of jaw joint (TMJ) conditions, sports coverage physiotherapy, spinal rehab, acupuncture and occupational/workplace assessments. He also participates at conferences in Australia and around the world.

A senior physiotherapist at Heritage Health, Hiro Hasegawa is passionate about helping his patients reach their maximum potential using the best clinical techniques and procedures.

Originally from Japan, Hiro accepted an opportunity to move to Brisbane where he completed his physiotherapy training at The University of Queensland. Graduating with both bachelor and masters qualifications, Hiro is credentialed by the Australian Physiotherapy Association as a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapist.

Hiro has gained extensive private practice experience working in South East Queensland and Victoria as well as spending time in Tokyo, Japan where he was a senior physiotherapist in a prestigious clinic catering for elite athletes and western expats.

His particular interests include treating running injuries, neck and back pain and complex chronic pain conditions.

Hiro is committed to continuing education and lifelong learning. He regularly attends conferences in Australia and around the world and has been accepted into both the McKenzie Institute and the Mulligan Institute of advanced therapy techniques.

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