COVID-19: We are operating as an essential COVID SAFE business registered with NSW Government. We are still accepting new patients. If you’d like to book a consult please call us on 9713 2455 or book online.
Five Dock Physio & Sports Injury Centre
Local Physiotherapists Treating Residents In Five Dock, Drummoyne, Concord, Burwood & Surrounding Suburbs
Our physiotherapy staff are highly qualified university graduates, with expert knowledge and skills in the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of injuries and conditions affecting the body such as; back pain, neck pain, headaches, sciatica, shoulder pain, whiplash, knee pain, ankle pain, achilles tendonitis, hip pain and sports injuries. We are highly trained in the analysis of movement and posture, and are experts in hands on treatment and exercise prescription. We also offer specialised Sports Physiotherapy treating all athletes and injuries.
Five Dock Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Centre treat and care for people of all ages and abilities including:
- Recreational & Elite athletes
- Young families and children
- Seniors of our community
- Workers struggling with pain and dysfunction
- Those requiring rehabilitation following orthopaedic surgery
We strive to work with you to achieve your goals in the shortest time possible enabling a rapid and safe return to your chosen activities.
Our highly skilled and friendly physiotherapists are passionate about their work, and combined with our first class facilities offer you a level of service and professionalism second to none!
Below are the opening times for our clinic located at:
451 Lyons Road West Five Dock NSW 2046. Entry on East Street.
Monday (07:00 – 19:30)
Tuesday (07:00 – 19:30)
Wednesday (07:00 – 19:30)
Thursday (07:00 – 19:30)
Friday (07:00 – 18:30)
Saturday (08:00 – 13:00)
The Rotator Cuff (RC) is comprised of 4 muscles and their tendons: Supraspinatus, Infraspinatus, Subscapularis and Teres Minor.
Ligaments are bands of tough, flexible fibrous connective tissue with long parallel fibresTears (often called sprains) occur when a sudden and forceful movement over a joint causes the ligament fibres to stretch beyond their capacity and tear. This leads to bleeding and an immediate inflammatory response (pain and swelling).
The medial and lateral menisci are two C-shaped fibrocartilaginous structures located on the top of the tibia. They act as a shock absorber, stabiliser and are an attachment site for tendons, muscles and ligaments.