Robina Physiotherapy

Your Gold Coast Physio Specialists

Expert Care by Physiotherapists with Postgraduate Sports and Spinal Qualifications.

Robina Physiotherapy was established in 1992 and prides itself as having a caring team of dedicated physiotherapists that put your healthcare needs and goals first.

Our priority is to maximise your health and wellbeing. At Robina Physio it’s our mission to provide innovative and highly effective rehabilitation that will speed your recovery process.

We are proud of our excellent reputation as being industry leaders in providing the highest quality care available. We look forward to being a positive and integral part your health journey.

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1/43 Commerce Drive, Robina
Phone: 07 5578 7233

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Helpful Articles

SMART Goal Setting

SMART Goal Setting

At Robina Physio on the Gold Coast we tend to see some new injuries appearing that are related to people’s new goals and taking up activities their body is not yet accustomed to e.g. going the gym or starting running. So, the purpose of this blog is to help give you some tips for setting effective SMART goals helping you stick it out and achieve your goals and finally some important ways to minimise the risk of injury.
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Mastitis

Mastitis is a very common complaint in breastfeeding women, occurring in at least 1 in 10 women. Despite mastitis being so common few people understand why it occurs, the warning signs to look out for and how to best treat it. Mastitis is characterised by inflammation of the breast tissue.
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Shin Splints and Shin Pain

Shin pain while running can be a common and frustrating issue for all runners ranging from the causal/recreational runner, to the elite athlete. Shin pain can be felt in two distinct regions. Firstly, the “anterior” portion of the tibia which can often be related to a muscular origin. Secondly, “medial” shin pain along the inside border of the tibia is due to inflammation the periosteum (periostitis) which lines the outside of our bones. Clinically this condition is called medial tibial stress syndrome, but it is often called shin splints.