The Mind- Body Connection


Helping you build a new relationship with your body.


Over the years, as life has changed, so has our approach to treating our clients. Every individual is unique. Therefore, we take the time to listen to and fully understand our clients, the source of their pain, and how it is affecting their day-to-day lives.

At New Body Physiotherapy, while we tailor each treatment to suit your individual needs, we take two steps towards treatment.

The Conventional Method

This is the method you are most likely to be familiar with. As it involves Physio for everyday injuries, occupational injuries, and of course sporting injuries including (but not limited to):

Back Pain – Lower Back Pain

Sprains and Strains

Knee Injuries and Pain

Neck Pain

Shoulder Pain and Rehabilitation

Muscle Pains

Plantar Fasciitis

The Unconventional Method

At New Body Physiotherapy, we follow the philosophy that the body holds trauma. Simply put, when a person experiences a traumatic event in their life, such as losing a loved one, it creates muscle memory within the body. This can then manifest into chronic pain or even disease if the mind has not dealt with the trauma.

Chronic Pain Management 

Psychosomatic Treatment Method

Group Therapy for Chronic Pain 

Trauma Induced Chronic Pain Treatment

Meditation and Breathwork 

Three Steps to Chronic Pain Management 

Did you know 3 in 5 Australians suffer from chronic pain?

 This is where our slightly out-of-the-box 3-step method of treatment comes in, which is designed to help chronic pain sufferers develop a new relationship with their pain. The goal is to help them find release from their pain and reclaim their lives. Our 3-step method includes the following stages of pain management treatment.

The Biological Approach

Focuses on the pain located within the body tissue, where the pain is living and most likely started. During this stage, we assess and examine your joints and movement.


The Psychological Approach

Involves working closely with the client. We focus on how they are thinking and relating with their pain experience. By doing so, we reveal the person behind those clouds of pain so you can break free and regain control of your life.

The Social Approach

Considers how chronic pain is taking over your identity, affecting your relationships, and how it’s changing you as a person. In this step, we will identify the person you were pre-pain, the person you are in pain, and the person you want to be post-pain.

If you would like to talk to someone or wish to learn more about this approach with one of our expert physiotherapists, call us on (02) 9958 2277.