Why Choose Us?

At Dynamic Motion, you’re not just a number on our books. Everyone is different, with a different story and different needs.


Our therapists are extremely passionate about working closely with each individual, to ensure your personal goals and desired outcomes are achieved.

Whether it be operating day-to-day pain free, or improving elite athletic performance, our highly skilled team will guide, and empower you to be in control of your own movement and health.

From the moment you book into one of our clinics, our team dedicates themselves to ensuring you are ready for your appointment by matching you to the right therapist for your current needs.  From there your therapist will guide you through your own pathway, that has been tailored to suit you and your needs.  When you book in to our clinics, you don’t get one person cheering you on, but a whole team who wants to see you succeed in your goals.

Our standard appointments run for 30 minutes, however, if you have a complex condition or have a number of areas that require an assessment from our therapists we recommend a long consultation of 60 minutes.  These options are available through our online booking system, or by calling to book over the phone.

We look forward to seeing you in the clinic and working with you towards better health. Have an active day!

 

 

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