• Active Physiotherapy Mackay has been established since 2009 providing comprehensive physiotherapy services to the Mackay region. Our team of 14 physiotherapists, an exercise physiologist, remedial massage therapist and assistants are backed up by our experienced administration team. We aim to offer the very best patient care.  We treat a number of conditions, with special areas of interest including continence and pelvic floor, complex shoulder and neck assessment, manipulative therapy and spinal mobility, occupational health including pre-employment functional assessments and workplace/ergonomic assessments, and chronic pain education.  

    We also operate in Sarina 2 days a week, located with Pioneer Podiatry at 28 Central St, Sarina. In 2016 we opened our new clinic on the corner of Gregory and Alfred Street, Mackay - we are open 7.30am-6.30pm Monday to Friday and 8.00am-12.00pm alternate Saturdays. To book an appointment or to discuss your health care needs, please call our clinic on 49533 557 or use our online booking gateway on this website. 

    We highly value communication and customer service. All new patients receive a written plan explaining diagnosis and recommended treatment. With your consent we will communicate with your health team to gain the best outcome possible for you.

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  • Danielle Edwards - Director, Principal Physiotherapist

    Danielle Edwards is the proud owner and operator of Active Physiotherapy Mackay. Danielle is a senior physiotherapist in Continence and Pelvic Health which incorporates an extensive number of fields including urology, colorectal, gynaecology, lactation, endocrinology, sexual health and the pelvic muscles.

    Danielle balances being the owner of Active Physiotherapy Mackay, consulting at Cannonvale Medical Practice once per month, being a mother/step mum of 6 and is a keen netballer!

    Danielle’s case load mainly comprises complex conditions such as obstructed defecation or faecal incontinence, urge urinary incontinence, and pelvic pain including pudendal neuralgia and dyspareunia. Danielle trains a team of pelvic health physio’s providing rehabilitation for pelvic organ prolapse and stress urinary incontinence, including the use of vaginal pessary supports.  

    Danielle is an active public speaker, supporting groups and educating the public. Recent engagements include the Prostate cancer foundation and GP groups.