City Edge Physiotherapists use taping as part of the treatment when it can assist with reducing injury recovery time. Sports Physios at City Edge specialise in a broad range of taping techniques to support and enhance movement function or prevent injuries. The interest in taping at City Edge extends from our in house student taping courses for education purposes, stocking a large range of the latest tape stock allowing for one off purchases at the clinic, to appointments only for sports taping.
City Edge Physio Taping Services
- Appointments for taping ONLY
- Purchase tape in bulk
- Online shop for all your one off tape purchases
- Taping Courses for Students
Braces, Boots & Splints
City Edge Physio stock a range of braces to assist in your recovery and prevent further injury. We also have access to a whole range of high quality braces that you may not find in our stock collection so just ask one of our physios for all the advice you need on a brace and we can place an order for you. For a look at our range please go to our online shop or make and enquiry over the phone.
When to Brace?
- Ankle sprains
- Knee ligament support
- Lower back pain
- Pelvis / SIJ stability
- Maternity braces (pre and post natal)
- Wrist & Elbow sprains
City Edge Physiotherapists can fit you out with a walking boot if recommended by your doctor or surgeon. They can also suggest a walking boot if they feel that this is the most appropriate treatment for ankle, foot and shin (tibia or fibula) fractures, severe ankle sprains, Achilles injuries when a period of immobilisation is required. City Edge have all boot sizes available in stock for purchase.
Boot Fitting Appointments at City Edge Physio
- Purchase your boot with us at City Edge Physio
- If you require a boot fitting to ensure you have the appropriate size and boot for your injury then you can book in for a boot fitting appointment which can be claimed on your health fund. This is a 15 min appointment.
City Edge Physio will custom make your thermoplastic splint for specific ligament tears, overuse injuries, and undisplaced fractures for hand and finger.
- Hand and finger fractures
- De Quervains tenosynovitis
- Carpal Tunnel syndrome
- Skiers thumb
- Finger dislocations
- Mallet fingers