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.
- Fiona is currently unavailable for appointments and the 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.
Here is a glossary of commonly used terms in physiotherapy to give you a better understanding of what they mean and how they may relate to you. Read more →
Many people think a fracture is not a serious condition. However a fracture is a broken bone, and as such it requires emergency attention. 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 →
Many football injuries involve the knees, ankles, shins and the groin. While not life-threatening, these may lead to serious fatal conditions. Read more →
Massage therapy, which physiotherapists commonly refer to as soft tissue therapy, is a popular treatment choice in many clinical settings. Read more →
Gait, sometimes called ambulation, is the way a person walks. Gait analysis is a detailed inspection of how a person walks. Read more →
Physiotherapy appointments are an integral part of the recovery and rehabilitation phase. This is where the vital "legwork" is done to set you on the course back to complete health. Read more →
Active Isolated Stretching (AIS) is a revolutionary form of stretching which gives you strong and flexible muscles without the soreness. Read more →
Many foot problems such as corn, bunions, calluses, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures and other conditions can be traced to wearing the wrong type of footwear. Read more →
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