Physiotherapy & Sports Injuries Clinic
We aim to provide service of the highest quality that reflects the highly skilled, professional Physiotherapists and administrative team employed at this clinic.
In this Covid-19 period we are OPEN for normal business, normal hours.
Established in Albion Park for over 15 years
We favour a "hands on" approach with exercise and patient education a priority.
Clinical research is vital in the field of physiotherapy. Physiotherapists regularly take broad new evidence based research to back up their treatments methods. Read more →
Decreased flexibility may be the result of aging, illness, injury, post-surgery, a chronic physical condition or being overweight. Physiotherapy can help you regain or improve your flexibility. Read more →
Overuse, overtraining, weak muscles and tendons, trauma, poor technique and incorrect footwear can all lead to foot injuries. In this article we will look at some of the most common foot injuries and how physiotherapy can help. Read more →
The main areas that are injured while swimming are the shoulders and the knees. However, muscle cramps also occur as well as injuries of the back and neck. Read more →
Exercise is essential to recovery from sports injuries, following surgery, after an acute trauma, in the management of acute and chronic low back pain, neck pain and headaches and in the treatment of arthritis and osteoporosis. Read more →
Paediatrics is one of the more challenging but rewarding domains of physiotherapy. Therapists who work with children have the unique advantage of rehabilitating little bodies while having fun doing it. Read more →
Knee pain is a common reason for seeking physiotherapy. Because of its location, function and anatomy, the knee is more susceptible to injury than any other joint. Read more →
Improper form in weight training can lead to sprains, strains, fractures and other types of injury that can side-line you for some time to come. Read more →
Here are ways to enjoy your summer backyard barbecues without worrying about getting a heart attack. Read more →
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