Paul Bosisto

Physiotherapist
Pain Management

Paul Bosisto

Paul Bosisto graduated from Physiotherapy at Latrobe University in Melbourne in 1989. Paul has worked extensively with neurological disorders and is passionate about the brain and nervous system. More recently, Paul has directed his neurological knowledge to understanding and managing the problems of complex pain states, sensory-motor disorders, disabling fatigue, functional neurological disorders and hypermobility.

Paul has extensive involvement with the Australian Physiotherapy Association. He was Chairperson of the APA National Neurology Group from 2011-2014 and is currently Chairperson of the Qld Chapter of the APA Pain Group. Paul is currently completing a Master of Science in Pain Medicine.

Paul is committed to an approach of finding simple self-management solutions for complex problems. He combines education, cognitive behavioural change, exercise and traditional physiotherapy techniques to restore lifestyle balance and reduce the impact of longstanding difficult to manage problems. Paul’s repertoire includes neurological physiotherapy, vestibular physiotherapy, sensory-motor rehabilitation, pain management, fatigue management, cardiac and respiratory rehabilitation and musculo-skeletal physiotherapy.

Paul is a runner and has completed 9 marathons. Paul is also interested in teaching self-management strategies for running injuries and overtraining syndrome.

Services provided:
Acute and chronic pain management:
Includes complex pain disorders such as CRPS, Neuropathic pain, Fibromyalgia, Complex Regional Pain Syndrome, Back pain, Sciatica, Neck pain, Pelvic pain, Lateral hip pain, Shoulder pain, Ehlers Danlos Syndrome and Headache.
Sensory processing disorders:
Sensory motor disorders, Sensory modulation disorders, Sensory integration disorders.
Neurological disorders:
Functional neurological disorder, Chronic fatigue syndrome, Dystonic disorders, Non-epileptic seizure and POTS syndrome, Neuropathy. Paul can also treat: Stroke, Brain and Spinal cord injury, Multiple Sclerosis & Parkinson’s disease.
Vestibular disorders:
Benign positional vertigo. Meniere’s disease, Labyrinthitis/Vestibular neuritis.

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