Important information about novel coronavirus (COVID-19)
Established in Cairns in 2012, PhyxMe is part of the Allsports Physiotherapy Group, an established, highly resourced and respected allied health and sports medicine group with 25 other clinics throughout Queensland. PhyxMe treats all musculoskeletal conditions and has become a leading provider of sport-based physiotherapy in Cairns.
With the largest multidisciplinary and open plan clinic in Cairns, our physiotherapists have extensive experience in sports, pre and post natal and vestibular therapies. The clinical team is led by a number of senior physiotherapists with 10+ years experience including PhyxMe founders Megan and Chris Thomas.
Adjacent to the PhyxMe clinic is Q Pilates: a specialised boutique Pilates studio offering physiotherapy and fitness-based Pilates. Together, PhyxMe and Q Pilates offer the active community of Cairns the most comprehensive treatment and rehabilitation service through
- Diagnosis, acute management and rehabilitative services to return clients to function/ work/ sport
- Specialised and individual clinical exercise programs to increase and optimise athletic performance
- Preventative and holistic care through remedial massage therapy and reflexology
COVID-19 Screening Questionnaire
Are you feeling unwell with symptoms such as fever, sore throat, cough or shortness of breath?
Have you had close contact* with someone who has a confirmed case of coronavirus (COVID-19)? *Face-to-face contact for more than 15 minutes, or have shared an enclosed space for more than two hours.
Have you travelled overseas in the last 14 days?
Did you arrive in this state from another state after midnight Wednesday 25 March?
Author: Amanda Goodie, Women’s Health Physiotherapist at PhyxMe Physiotherapy & Rehabilitation
Pelvic health physiotherapy is a specialised area in the physiotherapy profession that has been gaining more public attention in the last few years. And with good reason too- up to 70% of women suffer from leaking of urine when they cough, sneeze or laugh, or are unable to hold on if they are rushing to the toilet. Pelvic floor physiotherapy is also useful during and after giving birth to help strengthen the pelvic floor muscles. But there are many other things that your pelvic health physiotherapist can help you with that you may not know about.
Author: Leah Horstmann, Fitness Studio Coordinator
Join experienced instructor Michelle Castelani for our Beginners Pilates Course and you will develop the knowledge, experience and confidence to participate in regular timetable Pilates classes at PhyxMe Fitness Studio.