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At 20/20 Sports Physiotherapy, we cater for a wide range of people and conditions, from the serious athlete to the weekend warrior. 


Back pain, either mild strains, or sciatica

Sports related back pain including cricket fast bowling, hockey, gymnastics, swimming, and rugby league injuries

Soft tissue injuries involving muscles, intervertebral discs, and joints. 

Whiplash following falls, or motor vehicle accidents

Foot & Ankle Pain


Acute ankle sprains or overuse injuries from sports and recreation represent the second most common joint injury 

Soft tissue injuries involving ligaments, muscles and tendons

Fractures and/or dislocations

Achilles tendinopathy, and/or Achilles complete rupture & repair

Shin splints

Forearm, Wrist & Finger Pain

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Forearm, wrist and finger fractures and/or dislocations

Elbow tendinopathy, such as tennis elbow and golfer’s elbow are common in sports such as cricket, and physical professions such as electricians 

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Hyperextension injuries to the thumb or fingers, such as Skier’s thumb


Scaphoid and carpal injuries 

Muscle & Tendon



Hamstring strains are the most common muscle/tendon injury in modern sport

Calf strains, quad strains, groin/adductor strains and gluteal strains are also very common 

Achilles tendinopathy, patella tendinopathy, shoulder rotator cuff tendinopathy, and adductor tendinopathy are very common


Neck pain has many causes, often related to sitting, posture, workstation setup, and/or overhead work

Headaches and migraines

Whiplash following falls, or motor vehicle accidents

Occupational neck pain


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Acute knee injuries, such as anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury and patella dislocation

Meniscus and medial collateral ligament injuries

Patellofemoral pain, i.e. pain related to the patella (knee-cap). This is very common in runners, and running-related sports

Fractures and/or dislocations


Children & Adolescents' Conditions


Adolescents are not younger adults! They have their own unique injuries related to apophyseal plates (growth plates) and other factors related to their anatomy and physiology.

Osgood-Schlatters and Severs syndromes

Osteochondritis dissecans

Juvenile Rheumatoid Arthritis

Chronic Pain

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Chronic pain is a term used to define pain that has persisted beyond “normal” healing time. It is extremely disabling to quality of life.

Chronic pain requires an approach different to traditional or usual physiotherapy, which we offer at our physiotherapy clinic in Engadine.

If you have chronic pain, Contact Us to discuss your situation. 


Shoulder pain related to overhead sport or work. Sports such as baseball, cricket, swimming, tennis and volleyball commonly attract specific shoulder injuries that we manage.

Soft tissue injuries involving the muscular complex, rotator cuff tendinopathy, or labral injury

Fractures and/or acute shoulder dislocations

Overuse injuries from repetitive loading, such as lifting or throwing

Post-Op Rehabilitation

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Prehab for surgery such as ACL reconstruction & total knee replacement

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructive surgery 

Knee arthroscopy & Total knee replacement 

Rotator cuff repair & arthroscopy 

Rehabilitation following surgical intervention for fractures, such as ankle fractures, wrist fractures, and shoulder fractures

Hip & Groin Pain


Hip and groin pain is very common in CrossFit, and kicking sports such as football, AFL, and dancing

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

Osteitis Pubis / Adductor tendinopathy

Gluteal tendinopathy, or “hip bursitis”

Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ) injury

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