Established in 2019 by experienced physiotherapist Carrie Taylor, Health for Keeps (formerly 146PHYSIO) provides physiotherapy services both in a quiet clinic in Marino, South Australia and as a mobile service within 30 minutes drive of Marino. Carrie qualified in 2008 with BSc (Hons) Physiotherapy and recently completed a Masters degree by Research at the University of South Australia, investigating pain and function after Total Knee Replacement for Osteoarthritis. If you'd like to check out my research, visit Carrie Taylor on ResearchGate
Physiotherapy is regulated and evidence based, helping people to manage and treat painful conditions
What we can help with: Physiotherapy
Back, neck and headache pain
Knee, hip and foot pain
Pain after joint replacement or other surgery
Chronic painful conditions such as Ehlers Danlos Syndrome, Multiple Sclerosis, Parkinson's Disease
Conditions where movement is difficult or painful
Health for Keeps is an inclusive practice and works with people over 16 years old (no top end limit!) who are experiencing pain. Carrie has particular interest in working with autistic people, those with learning disability, people with chronic pain/joint conditions such as Hypermobility/Ehlers Danlos syndrome, people recovering from joint replacement or other surgery, people with mobility difficulties. Health for Keeps is an Autism Friendly business.
Where we are: Location
Health for Keeps is based at 3 Barula Road, Marino SA. There is a private, spacious, dedicated treatment area.
Our retired assistance dog and two house cats are around on the premises, so you might hear or see them when you come in, but they are not in the treatment area. However, if you have severe animal allergies, Health for Keeps may not be suitable for you.
What else we do: Courses and Workshops
Want to learn more to manage your health? Try one of our courses. Courses are available face-to-face for small groups (4 -10 people) lasting several weeks, half or one-day workshops for bigger groups (10 - 30 people) or on-line (coming soon!). Find out more: