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Back Pain

Back pain can be incredibly debilitating.

From little niggles to immobilising pain, the team at Capital Clinic Physiotherapy are well equipped to assess and treat all lower back injuries.

Shoulder Pain

Are you struggling to undo your bra or wash your hair? Does your shoulder prevent you from going hard at the gym?

Capital Clinic Physiotherapy has Physiotherapists experienced in treating what can be a complex condition.


Neck Pain

Capital Clinic Physiotherapy has Canberra’s leading experts in the management of neck pain.

Neck pain and stiffness is one of the most common and debilitating complaints clients present with at our clinics. The good news is that Physiotherapy treatment can offer immediate and lasting relief for a range of conditions that may be contributing to your neck pain symptoms.

Pain Management

Canberra’s leading Physiotherapy practice in the management of complex pain conditions.

Pain is never as simple as damage causing pain. The International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) defines pain as ‘an unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated with actual or potential tissue damage, or described in terms of such damage’. What this means is that if you are suffering with pain, you need qualified professionals who will look for ALL possible contributors to your pain experience.


Canberra’s best Golf Physiotherapist will help you get more out of your game.

Physiotherapist Sam Jeffery is Canberra’s only Titleist Performance Institute qualified medical expert for the assessment and management of golfers and golf-related injuries. Sam has played golf for over a decade and has been seeing golfers in the clinic for the past 2 years. In particular, Sam’s interest in golf physiotherapy lies in optimising and building on the physical strengths of each golfer to optimise each persons’ individual style.

Running Injuries

Canberra’s Running Physiotherapists have all the services needed to get you running better and faster.

Our Physiotherapists are passionate about maintaining an active lifestyle and take a keen interest in running-related injuries. Research indicates that somewhere between 60% and 80% of runners are injured every year, with 80% of runners’ injuries due to overuse. We can diagnose and devise treatment plans aimed at getting you back running sooner and more effectively.

Sports Injuries

Our Physiotherapists are passionate about sport and will ensure a timely and sustained return to sport following your injury.



Whiplash can be a debilitating condition that commonly occurs after a motor vehicle accident or other high-impact event.

Capital Clinic Physiotherapy has 20 years’ experience delivering successful outcomes for our clients in the assessment and management of whiplash injury.


Capital Clinic’s management plan combining manual therapy, client education and self-management techniques has allowed our clients to have lasting relief from their headache and migraine and an improved quality of life.

Suffering from headache is incredibly common, with over 90% of adults reporting having headache at some point in their lifetime. Headache or migraine can decrease quality of life, especially if recurrent, and can reduce a person’s ability to work effectively.

Through the combination of manual therapies, client education and self-management techniques, our clients experience lasting relief from their headaches and migraines as well as an improved quality of life.

Jaw Pain

Eating and drinking can bring great satisfaction. Jaw pain can impact greatly on quality of life by preventing such simple pleasures.  Capital Clinic Physiotherapy have a team of qualified therapists who are experienced in the management of TMJ pain and dysfunction.

Book now with: Matt Chan, Ann-Maree McCusker, Rob Erickson


Dizziness or vertigo can be an incredibly debilitating condition. Our Physiotherapists at Capital Clinic Physiotherapy have undergone special training in the assessment and management of dizziness.

Dizziness (also known as vertigo) is described as a ‘world-spinning’ unsteadiness like that of being on a small boat in rough seas. There are many potential causes of vertigo, yet most often the source of the problem is related to the vestibular system (inner ear). In 20-40% of cases of vertigo, the underlying cause is benign paroxysmal positional vertigo (BPPV) which becomes more common as people get older.
Our physiotherapists at Capital Clinic Physiotherapy have undergone advanced training in the assessment and management of dizziness.