Physiotherapy in Cronulla
We are open through the Coronavirus crisis
This is a challenging time. Unresolved pain issues and staying home with reduced exercise can actually increase your odds of getting sick; so we are open for business.
It is safe to visit us
Remember that we are not like a doctor’s clinic: We don't have sick people waiting around.
Our patients typically see us because they are suffering from pains, aches and limited physical movement; not because they suspect they may have COVID-19.
It is safer to be in our clinic than supermarkets, restaurants or public transport.
Also, remember that the “stay at home” order does not apply when attending essential health services at our clinic.
If you are well, please come in for your appointments, knowing that we are taking all steps to keep you safe and well while visiting our clinic. The safety of our patients and staff is absolutely critical.
- We have plenty of room: You won't be within 2m of anyone else except your physiotherapist.
- You cannot catch the virus by someone touching your back, knee etc.
- Pilates beds have been moved apart and you will be staying on your own piece of equipment.
- We have taken extra measures of separating all our therapists and admin staff into teams who will not be working shifts with each other. This way, if someone ever does test positive, there will be another team ready to look after you.
- Cleaning continues to be super vigilant and hand sanitiser is compulsory for everyone.
Southside Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Centre
Southside Physiotherapy in Cronulla is a well-established practice (25 years) at the heart of the Sutherland Shire. The Directors, Phillip Richardson and Francis Crossle, and their staff, are dedicated to the provision of the highest standards of patient care, promoting excellence in the field of physiotherapy. They have 60 years of combined experience.
Maximising your performance is our concern
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Past Team Appointments
- Cronulla "Sharks" Rugby League Team
- Sydney Kings Basketball NBL Team
- St George "Dragons" Rugby League Team
- Athletics Australia
- Australian Women's Basketball Team
- Sutherland & NSW Netball Associations
- NSW Touch
- Australian Softball Various National Teams
- Australian National Deaf Sports Team
- NSW Oz Tag
- Oceania World Cup Athletics
- NSW Baseball
- NSW Gymnastics
- NSW Amateur Athletics Association
- Little Athletics Zone & Regional
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In cases where functional movement is compromised, doctors often refer their patients to physiotherapists. He/she will write an order authorising the form of treatment he desires. Read more →
As physiotherapists, we treat a number of musculoskeletal conditions - a broad term that encompasses damage to bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. Read more →
Plantar fasciitis is experienced by walkers and those who are on their feet a lot. Women, the obese, those who overpronate or have very high arches, and the elderly may also experience this type of foot pain. 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 →
Lumbar stabilisation involves strengthening your core stabilising muscles to protect the spine from injury and prevent low back pain. Read more →
Just about any important health-related goal is achievable in part by drinking more water. Read more →
Upon being discharged from physiotherapy treatment, your physiotherapist will very likely give you a home exercise program of exercises to follow. Read more →
When a you cheat in order to make the movements easier, you are only hurting yourself and will regret it later on. Having a physiotherapist can help you avoid cheating and achieve better and faster outcomes. Read more →
Physiotherapists are emphasising the mental and psychological aspects of their patients' approach to rehabilitation in making a full recovery. Read more →
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