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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.
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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

Torticollis – What is it and how can physio help?

Torticollis – What is it and how can physio help?

Torticollis is caused by shortening and tightening of the rope-like muscle (sternocleidomastoid) that attaches from the back of the ear to the collar bone on one side of the neck. It may cause your baby to hold their head to one side or have difficulty turning their head
Desk Setup Tips

Desk Setup Tips

Does your occupation require you to be in front of a screen for long hours? Are you getting neck pain and headaches because of it? Here are some simple tips to improve your posture at work and make back and neck pain and thing of the past.
Common Netball Injuries

Common Netball Injuries

While some netball injuries and collisions are inevitable, there is a lot of pain that netballers put up with that they don’t have to. If you feel like your ankle or knee is being held together by a roll of tape every game, then it may be time to see one of our physiotherapists.
Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise and Mental Health

We often neglect the tremendous mental health benefits of exercise and it’s becoming more apparent that regular exercise and good mental health go hand in hand. Exercise can help treat a wide range of issues from stress and anxiety to depression.
In-toeing, knock knees and bow legs – children’s walking issues

In-toeing, knock knees and bow legs – children’s walking issues

During the early years, there can be some obvious abnormalities in children's gait (walking style) like in-toeing or out-toeing. . While many of these are quite common and can correct themselves on their own, some require physiotherapy assessment and treatment.
How to care for your caesarean scar

How to care for your caesarean scar

Your caesarean wound will usually be along or just below your bikini line. Very rarely it might be straight up and down your tummy. It will usually have dissolvable stitches or staples. It’ll take 6-10 weeks for your wound to heal completely. Below are a few tips on how to look after your scar.
How much exercise is enough?

How much exercise is enough?

Any increase in physical activity is proven to reduce your risk of many chronic health conditions. Secondly, if you can meet the WHO guidelines (150-300 minutes of moderate-vigorous exercise per week) you will further reduce your relative health risk as well as making weight management more achievable.
Overactive Bladder

Overactive Bladder

What is Overactive Bladder? Overactive bladder (OAB) is a continence condition where a person ...