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.
Many conditions respond well to massage, but it is just one modality in a long list of procedures that physiotherapists carry out. more »
A woman who was active before pregnancy can continue to be active during pregnancy, barring certain risks. A physiotherapist can be invaluable to the general health of an expecting mother and her baby. more »
Sports hernia is a tear in the muscles of the lower abdomen. Men are more prone to this condition than women. Diagnosis of the condition can be difficult since it may stem from injuries to the lumbar spine, the hip joint, the abdomen or the genitor-urinary system. more »
Skiing injuries are quite common, especially among occasional skiers. Most injuries occur as a result of falls; concussions, shoulder injuries and fractures being common. 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 »
In this fast-paced world, it is easy to feel stressed. There are some basic lifestyle changes that you can make to reduce your stress levels naturally. more »
Everybody needs adequate water to keep your body functioning the way it was designed to do. You may be surprised how much you should be drinking. more »
By observing these rules of gym etiquette, you can make the gym a pleasant place for yourself and others. more »
If you find exercising to be boring, it will be difficult to stick with it. With a little creativity, you can still get the exercise you need and enjoy it. 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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