Southside Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre
82 Burraneer Bay Road
Cronulla NSW 2230
Tel: (02) 9527-4099
Southside Physiotherapy is a well established practice (20 years) in 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 50 years of combined experience.
“Maximising your performance is our concern”
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PD Warrior is an early intervention strategy for people who have idiopathic Parkinson's disease.
Physiotherapy is a direct, hands-on profession that has as its base the restoration of movement disorders and addresses many areas of physical function. more »
With its emphasis on supervised and safe movement, physiotherapy helps asthma sufferers to get moving and more air through their lungs. more »
Sometimes called dancer's hip, this is a condition in which the person feels a snapping of the hip when it is flexed or extended. Physiotherapy can help if there is pain present. more »
Most endurance sports injuries are the direct result of pushing the body to its limits over a long period of time. more »
For centuries people depended on massage to improve circulation, ease aches and pains and promote a sense of well being. Physiotherapists also use massage to deliver these benefits and more. more »
Though anti-inflammatory medications may be prescribed, a shoulder impingement usually requires exercises planned by your physiotherapist. more »
In recent years, several national governments have moved away from traditional food pyramid models to more accessible food 'plates' hoping to counter some of the disturbing health trends within its population. more »
Some athletes are able to remain competitive well into their 50s, however for them, the risk of injury is always imminent. However this is no reason to stop exercising. more »
Why do people perspire, and more specifically, why do some people perspire more than others? Sweat and perspiration remain hot scientific and social research topics, but there are a number of facts that assist our understanding of this most human phenomenon. more »
Diagnosed with "runner's knee", but don't want to take a break from your sport? Though you can treat the symptoms, rest is often required. more »
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