Workers Compensation
& Occupational Health

Whilst there is increasing focus on improving work, health, and safety, workplace injuries can still happen anywhere.

Our Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists are approved by SIRA and have a particular interest in the treatment of occupational injuries. Our focus is on supporting injured workers and their Employers with achieving safe and durable recovery, and therefore optimum return to work outcomes.

Our Clinicians are experienced with treating a broad range of conditions across diverse industries including some of the most common workplace injuries:

Back Injuries

Neck Injuries

Shoulder Injuries

Knee Injuries

Wrist & Hand Injuries

Musculoskeletal Injuries

Elbow Forearm Injuries

Foot & Ankle Injuries

Your Role

No matter what role you play, we can assist you

EMPLOYER/AGENT

Our Purpose

‘Empowering better quality of life through quality care & evidence-based treatment’

Our Ambition

‘To promote the health benefits of work in partnership with our clients and their wider support
team, becoming the number one health provider of choice.

Our Values

‘We are committed to the values of:
Precision in our assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of our clients
Integrity as we believe in, and are passionate about what we do
Teamwork through partnerships and collaboration working towards agreed goals and;
Transparency in fostering open and honest communication across support teams

Key Measures

Our Results

96% - of injured workers who completed treatment were rehabilitated back to pre-injury duties.

90% - of workers were rehabilitated back to full hrs within 6 weeks.

100% of Clients reported that Precision Physio supported a safe and timely RTW

Precision Physio supported 385 injured workers with their recovery and RTW last year.

We worked with (insert number) of businesses to achieve positive recovery at work outcomes last year.

(insert percentage) of injured workers were rehabilitated back to preinjury duties within (insert timeframe)

The average duration for workers participating in treatment is (insert timeframe)