At Dynamic Stability, our caring and professional physiotherapy team is specialised in providing both musculoskeletal physiotherapy and women’s health physiotherapy assessment and treatment. We have a broad range of experience in treating all kinds of people – from elite athletes to weekend gardeners, to school students.

We treat patients at both our Richmond and Ripponlea clinics. For a list of our practitioners click here


Initial visit standard- $100 physio, $110 directors ( 1/2 hr)

Return visit standard- $85 physio, $100 directors ( 1/2 hr)

Physiotherapy Guided Rehab Program (1 on 1 – 55min) – $120 (physio), $135 (directors)

Physiotherapy Guided Rehab Program (1 on 4 – 55min) – $52 (single), $460 (10 sessions)

Real time ultrasound scan – $85 (1/2 hr)

Initial visit extended (complex or multiple injuries)- $140 physio, $160 directors ( 1 hr)

Return visit extended (complex or multiple injuries)- $125 physio, $135 directors ( 1 hr)

* We also offer concession pricing for both seniors and students. Please contact us for more details.

Acute Sport & Spinal Injuries

Here at Dynamic Stability we treat everyone from your elite footballer and cricket player, to recreational golfer. Below is a list of the common injuries that our physiotherapists are used to seeing;

  • ACL and Hamstring tears
  • Groin and Hip Flexor strain
  • Shin splints
  • Sciatica
  • Tennis and Golf Elbow
  • Frozen Shoulder
  • Neck and lower back pain
  • Patellofemoral Syndrome
  • Disc Bulges

Physiotherapy Guided Rehab Program

This session is conducted either 1 on 1, or in personalised group 1 on 4 sessions. During this exercise based rehab session you with re-assessed regularly depending on your individual needs. The treatment will include:

  • Some hands on treatment techniques
  • Guided myofascial release
  • Strength training
  • The use of Pilates inspired exercies
  • Exercises based on Tendon loading protocols
  • Stretching and joint mobilisation
  • Spinal mobility work
  • Set up of structured home exercise regime
  • Constant monitoring and progression of your program
  • Your program will be personally designed for you by our physiotherapist

Chronic Pain Rehabilitation

Chronic pain affects 1 in 5 Australians. Chronic pain is complex, involving changes in the nerve tissue and nervous system. These changes often cause the nerve to keep firing and increases the person’s pain sensitivity. So that chronic pain does not take over a person’s life, rehabilitation must focus on physical reconditioning, medication management as well as psychological coping strategies.

As well as a tailored physical rehab program, our physiotherapists will liaise closely with your doctors, psychologists, and our network of specialists to ensure your recovery is optimal.

Arthritic Change Management

Arthritis is an umbrella term referring to painful conditions affecting our joints. It can cause pain and stiffness to many parts of the joint and almost every joint in the body. There are over 100 types of arthritis affecting both children and adults. Sadly 1 in 5 Australians has arthritis, with a higher prevalence in women.

Some common types of arthritis are osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, gout, and ankylosing spondylitis. Research has shown that regular tailored exercises are the most effective treatment. People with arthritis are advised to do a mix of mobility exercises, strengthening exercises and fitness exercises.

Pilates is a great form of exercise for arthritic joints. The low impact exercises help to build muscular strength, whilst reducing symptoms of pain and inflammation.

Dynamic Stability Pre & Post Natal Care

Pre & Postnatal Care

Pilates is a great form of exercise to do while pregnant, as it is safe and effective. The focus is on exercises to strengthen the deep abdominal, pelvic and postural muscles to accommodate the growing baby.

During pregnancy a hormone called “relaxin” is released which effects collagen in muscles, ligaments & tendons. This can cause low back and pelvic pain, so it’s important to strengthen the appropriate muscle groups to minimise this effect.

Pilates also helps to prepare the body for labour and for recovery & preparation as a new mother.

Dynamic Stability Falls & Balance

Falls and Balance

Falls happen, no matter what your age. The truth is, the higher your age, the more susceptible you are to falling. We offer ‘Dynamic Balance’ classes to improve all areas of balance and stability.

  • Building muscle strength and tone, improving flexibility, improving single leg balance and proprioception, strength and mobility of the feet, increased core strength and improved confidence as well as many more.

Give reception a call to enquire if these classes are suitable for you. We can advise if you also need an initial assessment with one of our physiotherapists

Dry Needling

Dry needling is an effective and efficient technique for the treatment of muscular pain and dysfunction. It is extremely effective for relaxing overactive muscles, which contain trigger points. In simple terms, the treatment involves needling of a muscle’s trigger points without injecting any substance.

At Dynamic Stability our Physiotherapists are specifically trained in using dry needling extensively within their practices with great results.

Paediatric Assessment & Management

Paediatric physiotherapists are specially trained to provide therapeutic interventions within the context of the developing child. They have extensive knowledge of child development relating to neurological, cardio-respiratory and musculoskeletal health.

Some common musculoskeletal conditions seen by a paediatric physiotherapist include sporting injuries and growing pain, Osgood Schlatter’s and Sever’s Disease, postural concerns, persistent pain, developmental delay, balance and coordination issues, plagiocephaly and torticollis, idiopathic toe walking, scoliosis and hypermobility, strength training, fitness and weight management advice.If you would like to book your child in for an assessment please do not hesitate to contact us.

Dynamic Stability Remedial Massage Alignment

Return to Gym Rehab:


  • Muscle Imbalances
  • Faulty Movement Patterns
  • Joint Mobility Problems
  • Injury Diagnosis and Cause
  • Management Plan and suggested treatment protocol


  • Physiotherapy / Myotherapy / Remedial
  • Trigger Point release
  • Myofacial / deep tissue work
  • Joint Mobilisation (spinal / peripheral)
  • Spinal stability / Pelvic stability
  • Scapula Mobility / stability treatment
  • Dry needling

Home Exercises:

  • Release
  • Activation / pre-activation
  • Strength
  • Bands etc
Dynamic Stability RUNIT Assessment

RUNITY Assessment & programming

We offer comprehensive running assessments at Dynamic Stability. During this analysis we video you running on the treadmill, measure joint angles, perform screening tests and set up a series of exercises for you to do to improve your running efficiency.

It is quite common to see improvements within 1 single session. If you are interested, just book in with one of our Physio’s that are trained in the ‘Runity Method”

Complete your rehab at home with our Pilates Rehab app

Complete your rehab at home with our Pilates Rehab app

Suite 5-7, 83 Glen Eira Rd
Ripponlea VIC 3185
Ph: (03) 9523 5558
Level 1, 161- 165 Swan St
Richmond VIC 3121
Ph: (03) 9428 3330

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Suite 5-7, 83 Glen Eira Rd
Ripponlea VIC 3185
Ph: (03) 9523 5558

Level 1, 161- 165 Swan St
Richmond VIC 3121
Ph: (03) 9428 3330

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