Eight Mile Plains & North Lakes

The Brisbane Spine Clinic

We are here to provide the highest level of care possible for all of our clients.

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``Spinal treatment without the need for surgery``

The Brisbane Spine Clinic exists to offer each of our clients the highest level of care through effective, individualised and compassionate non-invasive physiotherapy treatments for all spinal related conditions. We welcome clients throughout Brisbane and regional Queensland who are looking for a second opinion to spinal surgery, are an athlete looking to improve athletic performance or are in need of treatment for your back pain or neck pain.

Spinal Conditions We Treat

The Brisbane Spine Clinic has a special interest in treating a wide variety of spinal conditions. Below you will find information on some of the more common conditions we treat.

Lower Back Pain

Postural Syndromes

Chronic Neck Pain

Sacroiliac Joint Pain (Pregnancy back pain)


Disc Bulge


Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

The Brisbane Spine Clinic Difference

Here at The Brisbane Spine Clinic, we are committed to providing highly specialised, outcome-based care for the treatment of spinal conditions including:

  • Chronic neck pain
  • Low back pain
  • Sciatica
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Scoliosis
  • Developmental postural correction

We understand our client’s frustrations and the impact their spinal conditions can have on their lives which is why we are here to support our clients along their medical journey.

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Back (spinal) surgery isn’t the solution for everyone. If you’re looking for a treatment alternative or a second opinion to spinal surgery, contact us first.

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Spinal Stenosis: What is it and how does physio help?

Spinal stenosis is a common medical condition where the spaces within your spine narrow. This may be due to normal wear and tear, a bulged disc, or changes in the spine triggered by the onset of osteoarthritis.  This can compress the spinal nerves and pinch them. Some people with spinal stenosis may not experience any symptoms, but the pressure on your spinal nerves can result in tingling, numbness, muscle weakness and moderate to severe pain. Here’s what a Physio can do to help.