Welcome to Sylvania Heights Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic
We wish all our clients a Merry Christmas.
We are closed December 26th and 27th.
We are open Wednesday December 28th to Friday 30th
We are all back from Tuesday 3rd January
Have a safe and happy new year!
Sylvania Heights physiotherapy has been looking after the local community for nearly 30 years.
Our current staff consists of 4 female physiotherapists who are all trained in Pilates rehabilitation and teach various classes and sessions throughout the week.
Our dedicated team aim to provide the highest quality treatment and most up to date techniques to not only treat your pain and get you moving better, but educate and prescribe exercises to prevent recurrences and manage the cause of the injury.
The girls working here at Sylvania have backgrounds in a wide variety of sports and activities including soccer, rugby league, Oz tag, AFL, snow and waterskiing, golf, bowling, gymnastics, swimming, dancing, and dragon boat racing.
For those that are not the sporty type, our girls are experts in assessments and treatment plans for postural complaints, long standing or complex pain issues, pre and post pregnancy advice, treatment and rehabilitation also exercise programs for balance, joint stiffness or mobility problems. We are happy to do home visits to the local area and give specific advice and exercises for clients to do safely at home
Physiotherapists who specialise in the treatment of children with motor dysfunction are known as paediatric physiotherapists. Read more →
Post-fracture rehabilitation encompasses placing the patient in the care of a team of professionals consisting of a doctor, nursing staff, a physiotherapist and an occupational therapist. Read more →
Soft tissue injury may occur in the muscle as in a contusion or strain, in the tendons as in a strain or tendinopathy, in fascia connective tissue as in a fasciitis or in the ligaments as in a sprain or in the joint bursae as in a bursitis. Read more →
Repetitive injuries are quite common in golf and usually occur in the soft tissues (muscles, ligaments and tendons) of the lower back, shoulders, hands and wrists. Read more →
Interferential therapy is a type of TENS (Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation) which has two alternating currents that are applied to the skin. Read more →
When the rotator cuff muscles become injured, certain everyday functions such as raising your arm above your head become difficult or impossible. Read more →
Some people experience difficulty doing strenuous activities. Good thing there are low-impact exercises you can perform that will help you achieve fitness goals despite limitations. Read more →
Many football injuries involve the knees, ankles, shins and the groin. While not life-threatening, these may lead to serious fatal conditions. Read more →
Though a personal trainer can't replace a physiotherapist it is the next best thing while you are training. Read more →
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