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We get one body, so it makes sense to ensure it’s in tip-top condition!

The brainchild of local lad, Physiotherapist Gabe Phillips, Motion Theory Physio is ready and waiting to get your whole fam moving the way they should be. Gabe and his team provide exemplary treatment in the light-filled practice on Goodwood Road, Clarence Park. Parking’s a breeze and you’re welcomed by smiling staff, all committed to helping with your health and wellbeing. So, how do you get your body rocking?

The right one

As an avid sportsman who’s undergone a long list of hip and knee operations, Gabe knows what it’s like to tackle pain. More than a job, Gabe’s passion lies in helping people.

“I have an empathic approach to pain. An injury or something that’s not working properly in your body can impact all aspects of day-to-day life. I know what it’s like to be the one lying on the table and I’ve had my fair share of good and bad treatment, so I’m committed to helping every client to feel better and move in the best way possible.”

A musculoskeletal specialist, Gabe’s list of clients includes children right up to oldies. He can treat a niggling injury, chronic pain, provide post-surgery care, enhance sports performance, or support women’s health.

“We treat lots of pregnant women and love helping them get back to the strongest version of themselves following birth,” Gabe says.

Gabe’s affiliations with local sporting teams and fitness groups mean that his expertise is relied upon to maximise the movements of guys and girls within his community.

Outside the box

And the team won’t just treat you on the clock. “We don’t stop caring when you walk out the door. We’re committed to following up after treatment and guiding you through what to do at home to assist with your recovery. We even use an app that is capable of exercise prescription with video content, pain level recognition and adherence tracking with inbuilt reminders to help get you on the right track,” he says.

Gabe’s team is as passionate as he is! Ollie has joined the practice to work his magic helping Adelaideans battle chronic pain syndrome; Alex has a strong interest in Clinical Pilates and a background in KX; and with their dedicated practice staff, these guys are ready to get you mobile.

Can’t resist

Resistance lovers, stay tuned! The Motion Theory Physio team is in the midst of setting up their in-house Pilates studio so you can improve your rehabilitation and get moving with regular classes with the team who is treating your conditions.

Em xx


Em Worthington

Em Worthington

Writer and Content Creator for Adelady, her heart starts racing at the sight of a whiteboard or mere mention of a brainstorm.

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