Rosanna Physio near Macleod

8 Bellevue Ave, Rosanna 3084


Initial consultation – Includes initial assessment AND treatment ONLY $75*

Please note that due to current cost pressures we must increase the price of this offer after 18 Jul 2024

*When booking face-to-face or over the phone, you must mention code: NEW75

* If you book online, please ensure you mention code NEW75 to Reception when you arrive for your appointment.

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What do you do when you have back, knee, neck or elbow pain that just won’t go away?  For many people, the answer is to leave it and hope that it fixes itself – but in our increasingly busy world where we are always running around on our feet all day, this rarely works out in our favour.

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At Rosanna Physio, we treat patients throughout the North East Melbourne metro areas including Macleod at our nearby Rosanna clinic because we know just how much that pain and discomfort can affect your overall well-being.

Get in touch with us today to book your first appointment with one of our friendly and experienced Physiotherapists.


Your legs, back and neck typically handle a lot of stress in your day to day life, and sometimes that stress can cause damage over time.  Pain and discomfort shouldn’t be a part of your everyday life, which is why we offer tailored treatments for a wide range of problems.  These can include…

Click the headings below to learn more about each service we provide.

new patient special offer: initial consultation includes assessment and treatment. only $75 – quote code NEW75

A very common physical aliment that is estimated to effect 15% of the population working in manual trades or repetitive professions (and 40% of tennis players, hence the name). Tennis elbow symptoms are usually located to the outside of your elbow, and may feel painful, or “tender”, over the elbow joint.

We see a lot of people come in with a wide range of issues effecting their knees – soft tissue injuries, ligament strains, muscle strains, bone conditions and biomechanical dysfunction issue are seen and effectively treated on a regular basis.  With so many possible causes of knee pain (far too many to list here) it is crucial to ensure the cause of your problem is identified correctly so a tailored treatment plan can be put in place.

Although lower back pain is arguably THE most common aliment effecting people that need to see a Physio, it is also one of the most readily treatable conditions with a very high success rate. Lower back pain can be caused by a wide range of issues and typically can be resolved with some education on the causes of lower back pain and some targeted back strengthening exercises depending on the root cause of your lower back pain.

A painful neck can be a debilitating condition that can negatively impact all areas of your life – sitting at your office desk all day can be torture with a painful neck. Neck pain can come in many different forms, you may have a sharp localised pain, or a dull throbbing ache deep in your neck muscles that causes you to develop a headache. Anyone who has suffered from ongoing neck pain knows how frustrating it can be.

Think about how often we are using our shoulders and arms throughout the day – we rely on them almost constantly with just about everything we do. So it comes as no surprise that if we aren’t using our shoulders and arms correctly the chances of strain or injury go up significantly. Add to this that the shoulder joint is quite unstable in relation to the other joints in the body, and it’s no wonder we see so many people coming to us for help for their strained or injured shoulders.

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You don’t need to put up with the burden of a sporting injury any longer, our team of experienced physios have the physiotherapy knowledge and expertise to effectively treat any sporting injury requiring physiotherapy.  

Whether it is a niggling injury that just won’t go away or something more serious, we will tailor an effective treatment strategy for your specific needs.

Our physio team members are dedicated to helping people reduce pelvic pain and strengthen, recover, and regain control of their bodies. Our trained team of experts provides the best care and services for Women Health and pelvis concerns.

Physiotherapy is a gentle and strengthening form of physical therapy and can be used to help and often eliminate pain and discomfort in your pelvic floor.  You can visit our staff anytime, especially if you’re pregnant, during birth prep, postnatal, with osteoporosis, going through menopause, or even musculoskeletal injuries. We also have small mat pilates classes as popular form of physiotherapy rehabilitation.

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It is not commonly known that physiotherapy can provide effective treatments for people suffering from vertigo or dizziness.  Knowing that physiotherapists can treat these types of vertigo symptoms is great news for many people who live with vertigo and dizziness without knowing that steps can be taken to get their life back to normal and doing the things they love.

If you feel dizzy when you try to get up in the morning or when you lay down to go to sleep, or you have that feeling that the room is spinning around for no apparent reason, then you have come to the right place.

Exercise Physiology is an effective form of treatment that uses physical exercise and movement to treat a wide range of physical injuries and aliments and overall uplift a person’s level of physical health and vitality.

Consulting an experienced Exercise Physiologist is very important when you need to improve your strength, fitness and mobility but you may have a health issue holding you back.

Have you unsuccessfully tried a number of traditional treatments such as manual therapies, massage or rehabilitation for your tendon, joint or muscle injury? Or is your aliment so chronic that surgery has been recommended to you by a health professional?

Before you make any decisions, we recommend you investigate the benefits of Shockwave therapy as an effective and non-invasive alternative to traditional treatments and surgery for your tendon, muscle or joint condition.

Muscles in the body sometimes develop what are called trigger points.  These are highly sensitive areas that can be very painful when touched.  Trigger points sometimes cause referred pain, which is a pain in other parts of the body.

Dry needling involves pushing very thin stainless-steel needles into the trigger point areas to stimulate the tissue and desensitise it, thus relieving myofascial pain (just a fancy way of saying muscle pain).  No medication or fluid is injected during the treatment – that’s why the name dry needling is used. The therapy works by changing how the muscles and the brain communicate, allowing the body to return to more normal, pain-free movements.

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While these problems are some of the most common we see, the truth is that any pain you may be feeling is worth being looked at by a professional.  Contact us today to book your next appointment and begin living a pain-free life!


Our clinic is located in Rosanna, which makes it easily accessible for clients in surrounding suburbs in the North East metro area such as Macleod.  Lead by a team of experienced and friendly physio professionals, our service is second to none and we take pride in our ability to offer top of the range treatments for each of our valued patients.  

As a reputable physio treating many patients with Macleod physio services, we are proud to be helping locals feel their best and achieve a high quality of life.  Book your first physio appointment today and get your body moving pain-free again.  We are located across the road from a 120 space car park for your convenience.


Serving the people of macleod

At our neighbourhood clinics in Rosanna, Rosanna Physio provides physiotherapy to patients throughout Melbourne’s North East Suburbs.

Macleod and Bundoora VIC patients are welcome, and we strive to give you the best care and treatment available.

Also, we offer treatments and services for Women’s Health / Pelvic Health Physio, Vestibular Physio, Dry Needling, Sports Physiotherapy and much more.


Do you have HICAPS​​

Yes, we have a hicaps machine at the clinic, so bring your private health fund card and we can swipe it for instant rebates.  Note: to claim on the spot health rebates, you must present your health insurance card at the time of payment. Alternatively, an invoice can be issued to allow for self-claiming through your private health provider.

Are you open on public holidays?​​

We are not open on public holidays as most people are away or have other commitments.

What should I bring to my appointment?​​

Please bring any referrals / paperwork (relevant for return to work, chronic disease management plans, DVA claims) and / or X-rays.  

Do you accept Work Cover / DVA / TAC claims?​​

Yes. we accept Work Cover, DVA and TAC claims.  Note: please call to arrange your Work Cover / DVA / TAC appointment.  We do ask that you bring all the appropriate paperwork on your initial consultation to ensure there is no delay in treatment.

What is your cancellation policy?​​

We need at least 24 hours notice, so that your appointment slot can be given to someone on the waiting list if you cannot attend.  If you cancel with less than 24 hours notice, you may be charged a late cancellation fee.

How long are the appointments​​

Initial & subsequent appointments are 30 minutes.  Longer appointments are available if arranged prior to your consultation.

How many consultations do I need?​​

At Rosanna Physio we strive to get you back to full health and activity in as little treatments as possible, and as such, the number of consults required will be based on the advice of your expert Physiotherapist.

Will I be given exercises to do?​​

You will be given a series of exercises (movements) in order to speed up your recovery and prevent recurrence of the injury.  All exercises are trialled within your consultation to ensure they are appropriate for you at that time.  This may consist of strengthening and / or stretching exercises appropriate for the rehabilitation of your pain or injury. as some injuries or pains are ongoing or have been present for months or even years, home exercises allow for improvement to continue further between physiotherapy appointments.  The more recovery we can produce at home, the less you will need to see us in the clinic.

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