Langton Physiotherapy is a proud member and supporter of the South Burnett community.
Langton Physiotherapy was founded by Sandra Langton in 1991. Over the years we have been a well respected provider of physiotherapy services and have made it our mission to provide quality and affordable physiotherapy to the South Burnett.
Recently, we have increased our services to include even more exercise based treatment options, with both an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and a Strength and Conditioning Coach.
We provide services to patients in Kingaroy and Nanango. Both practices are well equipped with treatment and rehabilitation facilities, and we also offer hydrotherapy sessions at the Nanango pool.
Our clinical therapists are supported by highly experienced ancillary staff and friendly receptionists, who help ensure the practice runs smoothly and efficiently.
We stock high quality items to assist with your treatment and rehabilitation.
Langton Physio has previously achieved Practice Accreditation, which means that we have demonstrated that we meet all the standards for physiotherapy practice as determined by the Australian Physiotherapy Association.
Sandra Langton is the business owner and a senior treating physiotherapist. She graduated from the University of Queensland in 1986 and has been a member of the Australian Physiotherapy Association since 1987. Sandra has completed numerous post graduate physiotherapy courses including the GLA:D program (an evidence based and successful way to manage Osteoarthritis of the knee and hip), PD Warrior (a treatment program for Parkinson's Disease), Level 4 Clinical Pilates, Women's Health, Dry Needling, Explain Pain, Pulmonary Rehabilitation as well as many other manual therapy courses.
Sandra has a real commitment to the local community, having raised both of her children in the South Burnett, and is proud to call Kingaroy home. Having lived and worked in the region for more than twenty years, she has a strong understanding of the working environments of people in the South Burnett.
Sandra is available in Kingaroy.
Azley has extensive experience as a physiotherapist, and has worked in settings all over the world, including the Philippines and the United Arab Emirates as well as Australia. Azley has a particular interest in paediatrics and neurological rehabilitation. She is available for appointments in both Kingaroy and Nanango, and is able to bulk bill Medicare with a current Chronic Disease Management (EPC) referral from your GP.
JT is an experienced physiotherapist with and has had additional studies in Rehabilitation at the Flinders University in South Australia. He is particularly interested in musculo-skeletal conditions and chronic pain. JT has also completed a Masters of Occupational Health, and has expertise in workplace injury management and rehabilitation. JT is available in both the Kingaroy and Nanango practices, and is able to bulk bill Medicare with a current Chronic Disease Management (EPC) referral from your GP.
We are thrilled that Alle has returned to the South Burnett after graduating from Queensland University. Alle is able to offer treatment for all physiotherapy conditions, however is particularly interested in furthering the development in her skills in both musculo-skeletal and neurological conditions.
Alle is providing assistance to the Wide Bay Bulls Rugby League with sports injury prevention and management for some of it's local junior competitors.
Alle is able to bulk bill Medicare with a current Chronic Disease Management (EPC) referral from your GP. Alle is available for appointments in Kingaroy, and will also be taking appointments for hydrotherapy services in Nanango.
Sue is another South Burnett local who has recently returned to Kingaroy, and we welcome Sue back to the practice.
Sue is a senior physiotherapist with a strong skill set. She is very experienced in providing care for musculo-skeletal conditions, with additional skills in looking after problematic hips and the TMJ (jaw). She also has special interests in Pilates floor and equipment programs and with Vestibular assessment and treatment.
In addition to her physiotherapy skills with people, Sue has completed further study in the field of animal physiotherapy, and can assist with equine or canine physiotherapy treatment.
Wonda is our hard working Practice Manager. She has been with Langton Physiotherapy for many years, and has a wealth of knowledge across a wide area, and knows both allied health and their funding modules like the back of her hand.
Wonda is a South Burnett local, and plays a key role in the smooth running of the practice.