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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Physiotherapy aims to restore proper functioning to the body or, in the case of permanent disease or injury, to reduce the impact of any dysfunction. Contrary to popular belief, physiotherapists aren’t limited to the rehabilitation of sports injuries and back pain. more »
Joint injuries are among the most common problems experienced by physiotherapy patients. The goal of physiotherapy is to assist the injured to reduce pain and return to a prior level of function. more »
The knee joint is a complex structure of many components. Its anatomy lends itself to a variety of injuries. more »
Running injuries can be frequent and disabling. Many injuries result from wearing improper footwear, over-training and not warming-up or cooling down properly. more »
Joint mobilisation involves performing an assisted and involuntary back and forth oscillation of the joint in order to restore motion. more »
Though physiotherapy is always ordered to treat this condition, it has been found that posture plays a significant role in recovery. 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 »
With the popularity of exercise videos, you'd think that society was getting fitter and fitter by the day. Unfortunately, things seem to be going in the opposite direction, with obesity and diabetes recently being declared a worldwide epidemic. more »
Recovery from traumatic injury is one area where a positive attitude can make a big difference. Increasingly, physiotherapists are emphasising the mental and psychological aspects of their patients' approach to rehabilitation in making a full recovery. more »
Recognising that you need to exercise and finding the time in your hectic schedule to do it are two different things. But there are many imaginative ways to make this happen. more »
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