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WE HAVE MOVED! Come and see us at our new Warwick premises!

The Physiotherapy Centre in Warwick has moved! You can now find us at our bigger, better premises at 22 Palmerin Street. With more room for our ever expanding range of services - we can’t wait to see you! Contact us on 4661 5577 to find out more!

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My Health for Life is a free program designed for those who are at high risk of chronic disease. You could be eligible if you are:

  • 45 years and over and have been identified by a health professional as being at high risk of type 2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke

  • An Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person aged 18 years and over

  • Living with a pre-existing condition that puts you at high risk of developing chronic disease.


Now delivered at The Physiotherapy Centre, My Health for Life is a six month program where you work with a health coach to achieve your health goals. Through a number of small group sessions, you will explore topics such as nutrition, physical activity and understanding your risk of developing health conditions.

Contact us on 4661 5577 to find out more!



The Physiotherapy Centre now offers Chronic Disease Classes (Also called PHN Classes) weekly from our Warwick and Stanthorpe clinics! These classes are available free of charge for eligible clients. Classes run twice weekly in Warwick and once a week in Stanthorpe and participants are required to attend each class.


Chronic disease includes:  

  • High Blood Pressure

  • Diabetes Type 2

  • Overweight

  • Physical Inactivity

  • Osteoarthritis

  • Cardiovascular Disease

Chronic Disease Class Times- Warwick:

Monday - 10.30am

Thursday - 11.00am

Chronic Disease Class Times- Stanthorpe:

Wednesday- 11am

Contact us on 4661 5577 to find out if you are eligible!

This Chronic Diseases Class is supported by funding from Darling Downs and West Moreton PHN
through the Australian Government’s PHN Program.



The Physiotherapy Centre has expanded again, and we are now treating patients in Tenterfield, at the Tenterfield Community Hub on 282 Rouse Street, Tenterfield. We have appointments available fortnightly on a Monday from 10am to 3.30pm. We do home visits also and are registered to treat NDIS participants and Veterans, Workcover as well as private patients.

NB If Mondays aren't suitable for you, you can still receive the funding if you are able to travel to our Stanthorpe clinic.

The Physiotherapy Centre has been granted PAHS funding which means that eligible patients* will be able to see us free of charge.

The aim of the Priority Allied Health Services (PAHS) program is to improve the health and wellbeing of people across our region by increasing access to a range of primary health services in our communities. It is primarily focused on residents living in small and more rural locations, enabling them to access these services closer to home. It also aims to improve linkages between allied health and general practice. Treatment under the PAHS program is free for Health Care Card holders/pensioners and people on a low income, and requires a referral. Please talk to you GP, Practice Nurse or Allied Health Professional about being referred to this program.

*Eligibility for Priority Allied Health Services Program (PAHS)

Patients must be low income earners or pension/healthcare cardholders. Patients are eligible for only one PAHS referral, per Allied Health Service, in a 12 month period, except in extenuating circumstances. Referrals for all services will be accepted from GPs, Practice Nurses, and other allied health professionals. The patient’s regular GP must be notified of this and included in all communication. Eligible patients will be able to receive 6 free sessions in a 12 month period.

Acknowledgment of program funding received by the Hunter New England Primary Health Network and the Department of Health.
For more information please contact your nearest office.

Physical Therapy Session

Our two CAHH (Connect Allied Health Hub) teams are in prime form. The Unicorns and Mighty Ducks are our two teams in Warwick's Mixed Netball comp, and regularly give the other teams a run for their money! Netball is a great sport for fitness and getting into that community spirit!

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Connect Allied Health Hub NETBALL TEAMS!


Winners of the Health & Wellbeing Award 2018

More than 30 businesses were nominated for the 2018 Business Excellence Awards, so we were greatly honoured to be named the Health & Wellbeing Award Winners. Many thanks to our local community for your ongoing support and nominations for this award. The Physiotherapy Centre team continues to grow and expand, and we are excited to continue providing high quality care across the region.


Overall Winners and Health & Wellbeing Winners

We are both honoured and humbled to be named winners of the Health & Wellbeing Award and Overall Winner of the Heritage Bank Business Excellence Awards for 2017.
Thank you to our local community for your unwavering support. You have inspired us to continue providing great care for you and your family.



Daily News Editorial

FAMILY-owned business, The Physiotheryapy Centre was thrilled to be announced as this year’s winner of the Heritage Bank Business Excellence awards – Heath and Wellbeing sector.

These awards are a celebration of Warwick businesses and the contributions they make to the economic vitality of the region. It is an opportunity to recognise the leaders and innovators within the business community, and celebrate the success of the Southern Downs.

The Physiotherapy Centre directors Josh and Katie Hay were delighted to win the award, and were particularly keen to acknowledge their exceptional team of professional and administration staff.

“We’re very fortunate to have a great team of staff working with us, and we’re grateful to the local community for nominating us for this award.” Mr Hay said. “We feel humbled to have won alongside such high calibre businesses.”


Out and about at the Health and Lifestyle Expo!

On the 21st of June 2013, 'The Physiotherapy Centre' held a stall at the Oak Tree Retirement Village Warwick's, 'Health and Lifestyle Expo', where people could come and enjoy trying some very relaxing remedial massage and hear about the benefits of Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Remedial Massage, all services that we provide at 'The Physiotherapy Centre'.

School Touch Team Sponsors!

During the 2012 season 'The Physiotherapy Centre' has been a proud sponser of the 'Scots PGC College Touch Football Teams'. Watch this space for more information.



Local Touch Team Sponsors

The Physiotherapy centre has been proudly servicing the local community for over 40 years! Of late, the Physiotherapy Centre has become further involved, sponsoring a local touch football team.

Watch this space for news of how The Physiotherapy Centre is getting involved in your local community.

Daily News Editorial

Warwick Physiotherapy Centre has been servicing the community for over 40 years. Josh and Katie Hay took over ownership a little under 2 years ago in June 2009 and have since changed the name to The Physiotherapy Centre to enable multiple branches to be established in surrounding regions. With their services ever expanding, now with the addition of an Occupational Therapist to the team, its clear that they value fulfilling the needs of the community.

The Physiotherapy Centre has built a reputation for outstanding service within the field of allied health care. Their dedicated team of motivated staff have been tireless in their pursuit of excellent outcomes for all their patients. They are committed to continuing this exceptional level of service and look forward to assisting the residents of the Southern Downs maintain good health through Physiotherapy, Occupational Therapy and Massage.

Director and Physiotherapist Josh Hay said "I am very grateful to the community for nominating us for the Business Excellence Awards. It is nice to know that people appreciate what we are doing. We hope that we can continue to make a positive impact on the community for the years ahead of us."


WE HAVE MOVED! Come and see us at our new Warwick premises!

The Physiotherapy Centre in Warwick has moved! You can now find us at our bigger, better premises at 22 Palmerin Street. With more room for our ever expanding range of services - we can’t wait to see you! Contact us on 4661 5577 to find out more!

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