12 Days of Christmas by PhysioCall

Uncategorized Dec 04, 2018

Good day Happy Rock and Happy Monday!

 PhysioCall would like to invite you to join our 12 Days of Christmas Promo. We will be giving away gifts everyday for 12 days. It will be a first come first serve basis so watch out and stay tuned for Josh will go live everyday. There is NO specific time of day on when he will go live so make sure you have joined our FACEBOOK GROUP PhysioCall Gladstone VIP to get notified when he goes live.


Yesterday was the 1st Day of Christmas: 

Josh is giving away $40 worth of each vouchers. He has more than 20 vouchers left to be giving away so hurry and get yours now. You may send this to your friends or family who might need this. Vouchers are valid until this year so make sure to use them before the clinic closes for Holiday.


What are the next gifts?

It's a surprise everyday. Josh will think of random gifts to give away each day. Make sure you have followed our page and joined the PhysioCall...

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PhysioCall's 12Days of Christmas Day 2

Uncategorized Dec 04, 2018

Good day Happy Rock it's the 2nd day of the week.

For those who havent heard or joined our PhysioCall Gladstone VIP facebook group, we would like to invite you to follow us and to also join our 12 Days of Christmas Promo. We will be giving away gifts everyday for 12 days. It will be a first come first serve basis so watch out and stay tuned for Josh will go live everyday. There is NO specific time of day on when he will go live so make sure you have followed our page and joined the PhysioCall Gladstone VIP group on Facebook. We have a lot of surprising gifts to give away so join us in celebrating the true meaning of Christmas - the gift giving. So what are you waiting for? 


Yesterday was the 2nd day of Christmas Promo at PhysioCall:

Josh went live today and showed how you can access our FREE SELF-CARE COURSE. It's been an on going gift and is placed in our website for those who want to take care of themselves when they are too...

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What to Expect when Getting a Physio Treatment?

Uncategorized Nov 29, 2018

Getting Started

Effective, Efficient, and Professional Care

PhysioCall is owned and managed by the therapist himself, Joshua Iaqiunto. He is the  most preferred physio in Gladstone and is getting a lot of referrals from his existing and old patients. He also successfully passed each and every requirement as set out in the provincial governing bodies. Patients can either book online or over the phone 0749620411.

Day 1

You will receive a thorough  assessment.  This allows our  physio to understand you and  your injury better in order to determine how we can help. Following the assessment, we will discuss with you the details of our findings, ask you what your goals and expectations are and from there map out a realistic treatment plan to help you gain maximum long-term results. All of your questions will be answered. Pain control and return to function are our top priority.



Day 2

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Uncategorized Nov 23, 2018

Do you have any friends or family that could benefit of using their private health before 2018? Share this to them.

It's almost the end of 2018. If you haven't used your private health yet... you should! Or send this to a friend or family member and ask if they have used theirs?
There are many services in the clinic to make you feel better, think clearer and DO more coming up to XMAS.

- Deep tissue
- Dry needling
- Chinese cupping
- Ground Up therapy
- Hypberaric ChamberPlus so much more.

I have about 25 sports vouchers left over worth $40 i'm giving away for free - how you claim one is by book a consult online for time that suits. At the end of your consult ask to claim a sports voucher.
Note: Only while stocks last. Ends 31st December 2018. 1st consult for voucher is $25 2nd is $5 and 3rd is $10.


If you are in pain or having a mobility problem, consider seeking out a trained physio who can help with your symptom management. 

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Tips For Sports Injury Prevention

Uncategorized Nov 07, 2018
by IRG

Often sports injuries are immediately evident, however, others can have slow and progressive onset that worsen over time. It is important to pay attention to both types of injuries, as chronic problems can and often do develop. Below, we offer some common warning signs that you may have incurred a sports injury.
Joint Pain: 

Of most concern are the joints of the knee, ankle, elbow, wrist, and shoulder. Joint pain that last more than 48 hours may require a physio evaluation.
Tenderness at a Specific Point:

If you are able to elicit pain at a specific area in a bone, muscle or joint, it is possible you have a significant injury. Remember, it is important to compare the same spot on the other side of the body for evaluation purposes.

It is important to note that most sports injuries can cause swelling and this is a symptom that should never be ignored. While swelling is usually quite obvious, you may...
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Do You Love Your Job?

Uncategorized Sep 03, 2018

Quick 50 Question to help understand do you love your job?


First 25 people who fill it out will receive a $25 credit to use before the end of September 2018 at

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Uncategorized Aug 03, 2018


Can you HELP me?

By Joshua Iaquinto 

Physiotherapy is great for injuries... but it's not always needed.

I just came back from BALI last month where I had 14 massages in 12 days.
I recognise how much of a hypocrite I am. 
I look after everyone else but don't look after myself. 

14 treatments in 12 days - I didn't realise how much I really needed relief too. 

If anyone has ever received an awesome treatment from me and I complain about how I wish someone would do that for me and my body... well I still want that, I just didn't recognise how much I need it now.

Can you help me,  find or create the best massage in Gladstone, 

I want to take care of myself and I want to take care you. 

100% fill it out and submit this QUIZ and...
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Conditions You May Not Realize Physiotherapist Treat

Uncategorized Jul 31, 2018
                                                               by Athletico
There are many individuals that have seen a physio for common reasons such as low back pain or knee pain. There are many different conditions, however, that physio may have treated what you may not be aware of. In order to keep up their professional license, physios are required to take continuing education courses. Often, these courses may give a therapist a special set of skills for treating a certain condition or diagnosis. The following is a list of conditions that many individuals may not be aware that can be treated by a physio.


In recent years, concussions have received a lot of attention in the news as doctors and athletes are seeking ways to manage long term problems brought on by a concussion. These long term...
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Do I have to drink eight glasses of water per day?

health water Jul 16, 2018

- Alexandra Hansen of The Conversation Asked five experts

Everyone knows humans need water and we can’t survive without it. We’ve all heard we should be aiming for eight glasses, or two litres of water per day.
This target seems pretty steep when you think about how much water that actually is, and don’t we also get some water from the food we eat?
We asked five medical and sports science experts if we really need to drink eight glasses of water per day.

All five experts said no

Here are their detailed responses:
Karen Dwyer 
Deputy Head, School of Medicine
Deakin University

No. You only need to drink to thirst. The best gauge of your hydration level is the colour of your urine. You should aim for light yellow in colour; if very dark then you're dehydrated and need more water; if clear (like water) then you don’t need so much water. Excessive water intake can be dangerous, particularly in those with heart conditions. The...
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Reasons to see a Physical Therapist

-Spectrum Physical Therapy

Back Pain

Affecting four out of five people at some time in their lives, back pain (often referred to as Lumbago) is the most common complaint treated by orthopedic physical therapists. In most cases, back pain is caused by over-straining the structural components in the back. Most cases, although painful, are not serious if seen to promptly and usually respond very well to physical therapy treatment.


This refers to irritation of the sciatic nerve that supplies nerve conduction to the leg. However it is often used to describe any pain in the leg, whatever the cause, whether it is related to circulation, pain referred from a back injury, trauma or nerve irritation. The most common causes of sciatica can usually be successfully treated by our staff.

Headaches and Neck Pain

Headaches and neck pain can be caused by cervical and shoulder tension caused by stress, poor posture, arthritis, inactivity, trauma, or by activities such as...
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