SportsPhysioSA @ West Beach
Under the advice and guidelines of the Australian Government and the Australian Physiotherapy Association, we are doing everything we can to continue providing physiotherapy services.
However, our first priority is the health of our patients and staff.
We have already undertaken a range of precautionary measures and will continue to actively review and respond as the situation develops.
To help keep our staff and patients safe:
- Please ring or email to cancel your appointment if you are showing any symptoms of the virus.
- To comply with the social distancing guidelines, we request that patients attend the appointments unaccompanied unless they are a minor or require assistance.
- Physio-fit classes are also suspended until further notice.
We thank you for your continued support.
Monday to Friday (8.00 - 8.00) & Weekends (9.00 - 4.00)
SportsPhysioSA is a specialist musculoskeletal physiotherapy clinic operating from the West Beach Shopping Centre.
We are focused on delivering high quality personalised ‘hands-on’ treatments, injury prevention advice and exercise programmes to help you achieve the best possible long term results, in the shortest possible time.
The SportsPhysioSA team look after the all types of musculoskeletal conditions, including neck and back pain, sports injuries, overuse injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, arthritic conditions and injuries sustained at work and in motor vehicle accidents.
We have a special interest in the management of sports injuries: it doesn’t matter if you are a full-time professional or a recreational athlete if you are serious about your sport, SportsPhysioSA aims to `feeling good and performing at your best` as soon as possible.
SportsPhysioSA is a preferred provider with all major health insurers: BUPA, Health Partners and Medibank Private and is part of the HCF ‘more for muscles program’. GP Care Plans, Work Cover, Motor Accident and DVA patients are bulk-billed.
Many accidents occur in the home and elsewhere because of a lack of safety. Physiotherapists are extensively trained in educating patients in safety and giving the tools necessary to live a safe life. Read more →
Urinary incontinence is more common than bowel incontinence and can be experienced by women after childbirth or during and after menopause or by men who have had prostate cancer surgery. Read more →
Athletes who run and jump a lot may be susceptible to metatarsalgia, a type of foot injury that manifests itself in pain and inflammation in the ball of the foot. Read more →
Martial arts in its different forms carry with it the risk of injury, ranging from mild to severe. Seasoned martial arts performers stand a higher chance of sustaining a more serious injury due to the competitive nature of the sport. Read more →
Hydrotherapy is physiotherapy prescribed exercise which is performed in a pool that is therapeutically heated to 34 degrees Celsius. Read more →
The term "shin splints" refers to pain along the inner side of the shinbone or tibia. It is an injury that is seen frequently in runners. Read more →
Abandoning your fitness routine during winter will get you out of shape and it will be harder to start back when the weather changes. Read more →
If you lead an inactive life, what better way to break the monotony and spend some time outdoors than on a hiking trip? Read more →
Being healthy should be priority number one in life, yet most of us seem disappointed with the state of our health. Here are seven major causes of poor health. Read more →
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