Sydney Inner West Allied Health Centre
leaders in Physiotherapy, Psychology, Podiatry, Ex Physiology, DEXA scanning, fitness training

Inner West Allied Health Centre Physiotherapists are highly trained and skilled with over 20 years experience. You are only treated by senior physiotherapists at the clinic

when you attend our clinic you are guaranteed that your physiotherapist upholds ethical and clinical standards expected of an APA member. Listed below are our 9 principles of the APA Code of Conduct:

1. we respect the rights, needs and dignity of all individuals.

2. we comply with the laws and regulations governing the practice of physiotherapy in Australia.

3. we practise in a safe, competent and accountable manner.

4. we strive for standards of excellence in physiotherapy.

5. we respect the confidentiality, privacy and security of client health information. 

 6. we communicate and co-operate with colleagues and relevant agencies in the best     interests of their clients and the wider community. 

 7. we act in a manner which maintains the good standing of the physiotherapy     profession. 

 8. we strive to contribute to the development and implementation of health service     delivery which enhances the health status of the community and promotes social     justice. 

 9. we comply with the Constitution and Regulations of the Australian Physiotherapy     Association


Treatment solutions for your sports injury or back pain

Physiotherapy services treat an array of injuries both acute and chronic

The main problems treated in this clinic are

spinal pain

ACL injury/rupture rehab

ankle ligament sprain

rotator cuff tear and impingement

fracture to the forearm, scaphoid, fibula and 5th metatarsal


Treatments By Anatomical Region

How we treat:
when you injure yourself you need to understand the mechanics of the injury. Injuries are acute trauma or chronic overuse. Our assessment is thorough and leads to clear diagnosis. This is important to formulate the treatment and rehab path to return to activity/sport.
Sometimes the acute trauma is severe and may need referral to specialist surgeon. There is alot of skill and experience needed to determine the clinical path a patient should take. Poorly diagnosed and managed injuries cost precious time and money and can end a promising sporting career. We will highlight an array of injuries we manage and explain treatment pathways you may need to navigate.

  • medial epicondylosis/lateral epicondylosis (golfer's and tennis elbow)
  • ulnar and radial nerve entrapment
Hand and wrist:
  • carpal tunnel syndrome
  • DeQuervain's syndrome
  • Colles and scaphoid fracture casting
  • achilles tendonosis/rupture
  • post operative rehab ankle fracture
  • dynacasting for undisplaced fracture
  • lateral ligament sprain
  • plantar fasciitis
  • midfoot arthritis
  • rehab for atrophied/dysfunctional tibialis posterior and peroneus longus
  • canal stenosis
  • disc bulge with/without nerve root compression
  • "wry" neck
  • torticollis
  • tension/cervical headache
  • post operative rehab fracture/fusion
  • whiplash
  • thoracic outlet syndrome
Thoracic spine:
  • hyper kyphosis
  • osteoporotic wedge fracture
  • costovertebral dysfunction
  • thoracic neuralgia
  • scoliosis (<20 degrees deviation)
Lumbar spine:
  • disc bulge with/without nerve root compression
  • postural dysfunction
  • decompression of facet joint overload
  • spondylolisthesis
  • sacroiliitis
  • annular tear
  • spondylolysis
  • trochanteric bursitis
  • saphenous/femoral nerve entrapment
  • osteitis pubis
  • adductor tendonosis
  • piriformis syndrome
  • osteoarthritis
  • post operative rehab
  • femoral acetabular impingement
  • labral tears

call 95183400 to book physiotherapy treatment for your injury