Physio Inq expands clinic footprint

Physio Inq is opening four new clinics to meet the demand for its physiotherapy and exercise physiology services.

The clinics in McMahons Point, Blaxland, Aspendale and Camden, add to Physio Inq’s footprint of 10 clinics across Sydney and Melbourne.

Current Physio Inq practitioners are opening up the locations, with three business partners opening their second sites within two years.

Jonathan Moody, co-founder and CEO of Physio Inq said “I am incredibly excited we are able to provide our practitioners the opportunity to become clinic owners and take the next step in their careers as allied health professionals. We have a fantastic business partner program, which supports them through every phase of opening and managing their clinics.

“Despite the pandemic, with these new clinics coming on board, Physio Inq has seen 35 per cent growth across our brick and mortar network in the first half of 2021. We have been encouraged by the community to continue pushing allied health in a new direction with our person-centered care and ‘employees come first’ mentality.”

To support the growth, Physio Inq is launching a new training program, the PInq Academy, which will give practitioners across the network access to leading experts across various fields of special interest to inspire practitioners to find passion projects or niche treatments to pursue.

It will be rolled out over the next six to 12 months, with topics including sports rehabilitation, telehealth, aged care, disability management in health, and paediatrics.

Patrick Graham, chief development officer at Physio Inq, said “This program will equip our clinic practitioners with incredible insights into a variety of fields of study and expose them to the forefront of innovation in allied healthcare.

“We are enabling our practitioners to obtain in-house upskilling while creating an environment for them to advance their vocation and specialisations.”