Pomona Pain Clinic

Bowen Therapy - Pomona, QLD

The Pain Reliever

7 Reserve St, Pomona QLD 4568

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Monday To Friday 8:00 am to4:30 pm
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About Us

About Pomona Pain Clinic

Doctor in back pain and all types of treatment. Safe for people of all ages.
Bill Maitland has been a Medical Practitioner for many years having graduated from the University of Queensland in 1967. He has been running a pain clinic since 2000 and have managed to greatly relieve the pain & suffering in many of his patients. He utilizes knowledge gained by careful observation over the past 40 years.

About Us

Our forte, the Bowen Technique, is safe to use on anyone from newborns to the elderly for any musculoskeletal or related neurological complaint. It is a holistic treatment that treats the whole person and aims to treat the cause of problems, rather than the symptoms. It can help to improve:

  • Circulation
  • Joint mobility
  • Sports and accident injuries
  • Frozen shoulders
  • Stress disorders
  • Neck and head tension
  • Whiplash
  • Musculoskeletal pain and imbalance

Payment Methods

12 494 235 397

Products and Services


Injuries, Muscle Strain, Pain, Tendon Strain


Reduce Muscle Tension, Rehabilitation, Relaxation, Stress Release

Service Option

By Appointment


Accredited, Certified, Registered, Standards Australia


Back Pain, Shoulder injury, Joint Pain, Stiff Neck, Headaches, Frozen Shoulder, Knee injury, Upper back pain, Foot pain, Sciatica


  • How long does a treatment take?

    Treatment times can vary according to the presenting condition and client factors determined during the initial assessment typical treatment times would range from 30 minutes to one hour.

  • I have heard that Bowen can assist with carpal tunnel. Is this true?

    Yes, Bowen therapy has had many successes with rsi and carpal tunnel syndrome.

  • Should I check that my therapist is registered?

    Yes, this is important to ensure that your therapist meets the professional practice standards, code of ethics, continuing education, first aid and professional indemnity insurance required by the BTFA.