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Physiotherapy – Balmain & Rozelle, Sydney

Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) is a physiotherapy centre of excellence servicing the Sydney communities of Balmain and Rozelle. Our physiotherapists treat all non-surgical conditions affecting the muscles and joints of the body. These muscles and joints can be located in the spine or anywhere around the body like the shoulder or hip.

The physiotherapists at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) Balmain and Rozelle use an evidence-based approach to ensure you get the highest standards in physiotherapy treatments. Believing that a good doctor is someone who never stops learning, our physiotherapists promote academic excellence and continuing education and study.

Excellence in physiotherapy in Balmain and Rozelle

Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) is a physiotherapy centre of excellence located in Balmain and Rozelle. Our physiotherapists are passionate about getting people pain free and back to their pre-injury activities. Our physiotherapists are constantly refining what they do and why they do it through academic and clinical excellence.

Our physiotherapists use evidence-based treatments that are safe, effective and very gentle. There is a large focus on active rehabilitation and movement strategies with all treatments.

Physiotherapists are muscle and joints experts

Physiotherapists specialise in non-surgical muscle and joint care. Specifically, physiotherapists use treatments to address conditions of your muscles, bones, ligaments and joints. Some common examples of conditions physiotherapists treat are joint sprains and muscle strains (both acute and chronic), sciatic pain, muscle tension and tendon problems, whiplash associated injuries, slipped disc pain and pain related to arthritis.

Physiotherapists use treatments that are supported by the latest evidence and research. These treatments may include joint therapy, muscle therapy, rehabilitation exercises, and strength and conditioning.

What do our physiotherapists do?

The physiotherapists at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) Balmain and Rozelle are experts in improving mobility, encouraging movement and relieving pain in muscle and joints and their supportive structures. This reduces the need to rely on painkillers (drugs) or surgery after a muscle or joint injury and ultimately allows people to get back to the active lifestyles they once had.

Movement is one of the most basic but essential requirements of the human body. Its nice to know that if you have had an injury and can’t seem to reduce the pain or get back to your pre-injury level the physiotherapists at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) are here to help.

The physiotherapists at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) treat all mechanical and non-surgical muscle and joint pain. This may include pain related to arthritis, neck and back pain, sciatica, muscle pain and weakness, sprain and strain type injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation and general movement disturbances.

Our physiotherapists at Sydney Spine & Sports Centre (S3C) Balmain and Rozelle also have a clinic interest in preventative treatments and prehabilitation in areas such as rotator cuff injury, hamstring strain and falls prevention.

How do our Balmain and Rozelle physiotherapists treat?

Our physiotherapists use a wide range of treatment techniques to address conditions of muscles, bones, ligaments and joints. These treatments include muscle techniques, joint techniques, rehabilitation exercises, movement strategies and strengthening exercises. Our physiotherapists use cryotherapy techniques such as heat and cold and electrophysicaltherapy devices such as ultrasound. All treatments will typical have a key feature of movement. This may be in the context of restoring movement to a joint, a limb or just getting a patient up and walking properly.

What do our physiotherapists treat?

Our physiotherapists treat a wide range of muscle, joint and movement problems. For a comprehensive list of the conditions our physiotherapists treat please click on the most relevant link and you will be directed to this section.

  1. Ankle and foot pain
  2. Elbow and forearm pain
  3. Head and jaw pain
  4. Hip and groin pain
  5. Intervertebral disc pain
  6. Knee and leg pain
  7. Low back and pelvis pain
  8. Mid and upper back pain
  9. Neck and chest pain
  10. Shoulder and arm pain
  11. Wrist and hand pain


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