Align Health Collective - Physio Preston
An award-winning approach to your healthcare
Align Health Collective – Physio Preston is a premier provider of physiotherapy services and podiatry services in Preston, Victoria. The clinic aims to restore normal function and movement of the body, as well as helping patients to relieve pain, improve mobility, and live a better quality of life. The goal of the clinic is to provide excellence in diagnosis and treatment and work together as a professional network to maximize patient recovery.
The practitioners at Align Health Collective - Physio Preston have extensive experience in all aspects of physiotherapy and feet and lower limb healthcare. They offer unique and tailored solutions to help patients get back to being active with better strength and function. Services offered at the clinic include dry needling, clinical Pilates, posture improvement, and more.
Align Health Collective - Physio Preston listen to patients and understand their history, allowing for a quick and accurate assessment and diagnosis of their issues. This results in an individualised recovery plan for each patient, ensuring that they receive the best possible care. The clinic has the most up-to-date technology and equipment, which allows for professional and friendly care.
Painful feet and lower limb pathologies may lead to serious health problems. They can also limit one's ability to spend time with family members and friends. The clinic believes in preventing further damage to the body and reducing the chance of injury. The goal is to help patients lead a healthy and active life.
Patients are welcome to visit the friendly and professional team at the Preston physiotherapy centre.
Preston is a suburb in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, 9 km (5.6 mi) north-east of Melbourne's Central Business District, located within the City of Darebin local government area. Preston recorded a population of 33,790 at the 2021 census. == History == === Settlement === The area was first surveyed by Robert Hoddle in 1837. Parcels of land between 300 acres (in the southern area) and over 1000 acres (in the north) were all sold during the Melbourne 'land boom' sales of the late 1830s.The first permanent white resident was Samuel Jeffrey in 1841, and from him the area's early name was Irishtown.In 1850, Edward Wood, a settler from Sussex, England, opened a store at the corner of High Street and Wood Street, which was also the district's first post office. Meeting at Wood's store, members of the Ebenezer Church, Particular Baptist from Brighton, England met to change the name.
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I have been to many physiotherapist from all prices rages. James hall is by far the best physio I have come across. His ability listen, diagnose and provide systamatic treatment that gets you moving and closer to your recovery is outstanding. I highly recommend James.
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I had a very positive experience here. I felt heard and understood. The physio took the time to really try to understand what was going on and asked a lot of questions. As a result, he was able to identify the issue at hand and treat it properly. I really appreciate the commitment and effort that the clinicians go to.