Bodywise has changed it’s name to Wisdom Physiotherapy Claremont, we are still at 2/26 Brown Street.

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Nedlands physiotherapy

41 Hampden Road, Nedlands

41 Hampden Rd, Nedlands

(08) 6389 2947

Claremont bodywise physio

26 Brown Street, Claremont

26 Brown St, Claremont

(08) 9384 1555

At Wisdom Physio Claremont (previously called Bodywise Physio), we understand that every person’s body is different. We take the time to understand the underlying causes of your injury and what you want to achieve. We do this by looking at the body as a whole, and combining both hands-on treatments with specific exercises and advice to ensure you get the best results. So if you’re in pain, have an injury, or looking to improve your mobility and strength, you have come to the right place!

  • Experienced, friendly team – the needs of you and your family are important to us
  • Whole-body approach; combining hands-on treatment with movement therapy
  • Large Gymnasium and Pilates studio on site.
Home | Wisdom Physiotherapy
  • Musculoskeletal issues
  • Chronic back pain
  • Headaches / TMJ
  • Shoulder injury
  • Hips & knees
Headache Care
Seniors & Osteo Classes
  • Balance & Bone Health
  • Seniors Classes
  • Pelvic Floor & Core
  • Strength & Conditioning
Clinical Pilates
  • Clinical Movement Therapy
  • Exercise rehabilitation
  • Pilates classes
Pelvic Health
Dry Needling
  • Headaches
  • TMJ (jaw pain)
  • Back pain/sciatica

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Our Locations

26 Brown Street, Claremont (08) 9384 1555  |    41 Hampden Road, Nedlands (08) 6389 2947

Wisdom Physio Nedlands

41 Hampden Road, Nedlands

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  • Frequently asked questions
  • Contact details
Common Conditions
  • Back & shoulder issues
  • Headaches & neck tension
  • Hips & knees
  • Chronic pain
Class Schedule
  • Over 50 classes each week
  • Clinical Pilates inspired exercise
  • Yoga for Arthritis

Articles by our team

Shoulder instability

Shoulder instability

Our shoulder is one of the most mobile joints in our body. As a ball-and-socket joint, it allows multidirectional movements enabling us to reach, lift and rotate in different angles to perform daily activities.
Rheumatoid Arthritis vs. Osteoarthritis

Rheumatoid Arthritis vs. Osteoarthritis

Having been diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis, many people have asked, what is the difference between rheumatoid and osteoarthritis? Rheumatoid arthritis (RA) affects about 0.5% of the population and is an autoimmune disorder causing chronic inflammation. Morning pain and stiffness lasts from 30mins up to several hours and affects women 2-3 times more than men. RA can occur at any age and symptoms can develop relatively rapidly.
Hip Labral Tears

Hip Labral Tears

The labrum is a ring of cartilage that runs around the outside edge of the hip socket. It makes the socket deeper to help hold in the ball of the hip joint, as well as providing cushioning to the joint.
Vestibular Neuritis: Understanding the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Vestibular Neuritis: Understanding the Causes, Symptoms, and Treatment

Vestibular neuritis is a disorder characterised by inflammation of the vestibular nerve (eighth cranial nerve), which connects the inner ear to the brain. This inflammation disrupts the transmission of signals from the inner ear to the brain, leading to problems with balance and spatial orientation. Vestibular neuritis is typically unilateral, affecting one ear, and can cause sudden and severe symptoms. Depending on severity and treatment, the symptom can last several days to months for all vestibular symptoms to completely resolve.
What’s The Difference? Pilates vs Clinical Pilates

What’s The Difference? Pilates vs Clinical Pilates

We often get asked what the difference is between regular/fitness (mat) Pilates classes and our Clinical Pilates classes. And it's no wonder, the word 'Pilates' has become used by so many different businesses, each with varying degrees of quality.
Common myths and facts about low back pain

Common myths and facts about low back pain

Low back pain which is not caused by specific structural change, inflammation or diseases is classified as non-specific LBP. This is the most common type of LBP which is about 90% of all cases. Unhelpful LBP beliefs is one of the biggest factors that leads to ongoing LBP.
Have you lost your Swagger?

Have you lost your Swagger?

When we look at how people walk, especially those in pain, often they have lost their “Swagger”. The swagger is a fluid, efficient walking pattern.
TMJ – Can Physio Help My Jaw Pain?

TMJ – Can Physio Help My Jaw Pain?

TMJ syndrome is pain in the jaw joint. The TMJ can be found just in front of your ear when you open and close your mouth. Many people are misdiagnosed - their symptoms are often put down to headaches, ear infections, problems with their teeth or even their back.