Joint Pain Relief
Suffering from chronic sciatica, osteoarthritis or other joint pain? We can help.
At West Ryde Physiotherapy, we can help you manage chronic pain. If you’re suffering from joint pain in the shoulders, elbows, hips, knees and ankles, or from osteoarthritis or tendonitis, please come and see us.
West Ryde physiotherapists are accredited, trained and highly experienced.
We have extensive experience and success in pain management, having worked with hundreds of patients at this clinic, other private practices and in the public healthcare system.
Effective and holistic
Our approach is to effectively control your chronic pain and maintain your lifestyle by focusing on all the elements of your condition:
The medical or biological element of the pain (where the pain originates)
The psychological (how the brain responds to the pain)
The social (your work and home environment support)
This results in effective and holistic pain management.
1 in 5 Australians experience chronic pain. Don’t suffer through it, we're here to help.
We specialise in clients with:
Elbow, shoulder or neck pain
Hip or knee pain
Ankle pain or sprains
Our West Ryde physios assist in both acute and chronic pain management.
We are highly skilled physiotherapists who use scientific evidence-based research to manage and improve pain.
Exercise & recovery
We will assess your present physical function and design an individual treatment plan for you. Exercises are geared to your personal level of attainment and overall physical health and may include exercises such as clinical Pilates and walking.
When you have persistent pain, it hurts to exercise but it hurts a lot more if you don’t. It only takes one week in bed for muscles to begin wasting and joints to stiffen. A stretching and strengthening exercise program can help build fitness, which in turn helps you to cope with persistent pain.
Are you suffering from chronic joint pain of any kind?
You don’t need a doctor’s referral to see our physiotherapists.
Call us on 9809 3854 to book an appointment.