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Bare Feet

Looking for a reliable physiotherapist who can help you get back to the things that are most important to you?

Our physiotherapists specialise in tendon injuries (tendinopathies). Tendinopathies can develop following increases or high volumes of exercise, or an increase in day-to-day activities that exceed someone’s current level of capacity. People with tendinopathies usually report pain localised to the tendon, and morning stiffness that can sometimes warms up or improves with activity.


Rehabilitation for some tendinopathies can be long, but with patience and the right guidance, great outcomes are still possible, even in people who have had pain for many months or years. Our team will work closely with you throughout your journey to support you to get back to things that are important to you.

What tendon injuries can a Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist help?

Lower body

  • Patellar tendinopathy (knee)

  • Achilles tendinopathy

  • Tibialis posterior tendinopathy (inside ankle and/or foot)

  • Peroneal tendinopathy (outside of ankle and/or foot)

  • Gluteal tendinopathy

  • Hamstring tendinopathy

Upper body

  • Rotator cuff tendinopathy (shoulder)

  • Lateral epicondylalgia (tennis elbow)

  • Medial epicondylalgia (golfer’s elbow)

Physical Therapy Session

Do I need a referral?


We receive many referrals from surgeons, sports physicians, rheumatologists, GPs, and other allied health professionals (e.g. podiatrists, osteopaths) including physiotherapy colleagues. However, you do not need a referral to see one of our expert physiotherapists to get started on your journey toward solutions to your current injuries or pain, regardless of whether they are new or chronic.

What is the En Pointe Health Difference?

When you see a physiotherapist at En Pointe Health, you are gaining unique access to knowledge and expertise about the best available treatments for your individual pain and injuries. Our team’s clinical expertise is unique.
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