Southside Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre
82 Burraneer Bay Road
Cronulla NSW 2230
Tel: (02) 9527-4099
Southside Physiotherapy is a well established practice (25 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 60 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.
Southside Physiotherapy trains and mentors final year physiotherapy students with clinical placements in partnership with Sydney University.
There is nothing wrong with self-healing for colds or fever, but where there is muscle, tendon, ligament or nerve involvement, your best bet would be to see a physiotherapist. more »
Occupational rehabilitation is the process of restoring function to injured workers so they can return to work and is a necessary adjunct to the broad spectrum of health care. By taking advantage of this service, employees can prevent loss of wages due to injuries and can enjoy a more productive working environment and employers can preserve their bottom line by avoiding decreased man-hours and medical expenses. more »
Achilles tendonitis is a common injury among runners, but may also occur in people with pronated feet, high arches, tight calf muscles and those who wear inflexible running shoes. Overuse of the Achilles tendon at the back of the heel occurs in the case of dancers, runners and walkers who exert a lot of stress on the tendon during their activities. more »
Snowboarding injuries may run the gamut from contusions, concussions, fractures to spinal cord or traumatic brain injuries. more »
Feldenkrais is a method of improving the body’s ability to function, learn, and change by increasing awareness of movement, posture, and breathing. more »
The shoulder offers a wide range of motion and can hence be subject to a variety of injuries. There are a number of simple exercises to help you manage pain. more »
What matters most after getting injured is the quality and completeness of your recovery. Yet, people are often tempted to bypass professional guidance and advice at the first positive sign of healing. more »
Comfort zone? Leave it behind! Get fit, have fun and enjoy exercising outdoors as a group. more »
If you are serious about attaining your fitness goals in the quickest possible time, hiring a personal trainer may be worth the expense. more »
Some swear by it; but are workouts better in the mornings? more »
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