Most Common Complaints Seen By Sydney Physiotherapists
Sydney Physio Clinic’s common complaints seen by Sydney Physiotherapists include low back pain, upper back pain, sports injuries, neck pain, headaches, knee pain, shoulder pain, workers compensation, hand and wrist pain, elbow pain, ankle pain, foot pain & much more.
Low Back Pain
Do you get sciatica, have a bulging disc or have you pulled muscle in your lower back?
Injured running, playing sport, or at the gym? Have you got a pulled muscle, tendon pain or a torn ligament?
Neck Pain and Headaches
Suffer from neck pain or neck stiffness? Do you have a pinched nerve in your neck or get headaches and sore shoulders sitting at your desk?
Do you get knee pain running or knee pain going up and down stairs? Have you twisted your knee, got a stretched ligament or torn meniscus?
Do you have a rotator cuff strain or bursitis? Have a dislocated shoulder or popped AC joint or do you just get shoulder pain when raising your arm?
Workers Compensation Physio
Work injury, hurt yourself at work? Looking for a workers compensation physiotherapist, a physio happy to treat workers comp?
Hand & Wrist Pain
Do you have carpal tunnel syndrome, have you fallen onto an out stretched hand? Do you have pain and weakness when lifting, gripping or pinching?
Difficulty grasping objects, weak grip or pain making a fist? Do you have soreness around the elbow prominences, tennis or golfers elbow?
Have you sprained, rolled or fractured your ankle? Do you get Achilles tendon pain or have osteoarthritis of the ankle?
Pain in your heel first thing in the morning or after getting up to stand after sitting? Do you have cuboid syndrome, plantar fasciitis, bunions or a stress fracture?
Upper Back Pain
Rib pain, upper back pain and stiffness? Do you have spondylosis, Scheuermann's Disease, Ankylosing spondylitis?
Core stability physiotherapy exercises and training plays a key role in any sport or functional movement, if you are looking for improved performance and reducing risk of injury then you need core stability physiotherapy exercises.