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.
Physiotherapy is a specialised area of medical field and as such it uses terms that are inherent to the profession. This article presents a glossary of commonly used terms in order to give you a better understanding of what they mean and how they may relate to you. more »
Ergonomics deals with the design of the workplace to maximise productivity by reducing worker discomfort and fatigue. Because physiotherapists are knowledgeable in the areas of anatomy, physiology and psychology, they are well equipped to perform ergonomic consulting in the workplace and the home. more »
Compartment syndrome is a condition caused by swelling within the space or "compartment" that contains muscles, nerves, blood vessels and bones. more »
Seasoned martial artists are more likely to sustain a catastrophic injury whereas amateurs are likely to suffer contusions, sprains and strains. more »
Therapeutic exercise is a form of bodily movement aimed at correcting a physical impairment, restoring normal function and promoting a state of well being. more »
The Achilles tendon carries a lot of weight and if it is ruptured, it can sideline you for months and require a carefully planned physiotherapy treatment. more »
The connection between the mind and body is not a new discovery. Physical exercise and wellbeing can contribute greatly to one's emotional and mental development and health. more »
Suffering from an injury does not need to mean that your fitness needs to also suffer. more »
You will often have an ongoing relationship with your physiotherapist. So it makes sense to take the time and get to know one another. more »
Not entirely true. While some discomfort is expected with resistance training, pain can sometimes be a cause for concern. more »
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