Exceptional Physio, Vestibular & Concussion Rehab in Inner West Sydney & North Shore

Our Services

Musculoskeletal & Sports Physiotherapy

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Expert assessment and treatment of any injury involving muscles, joints, ligaments or nerves; that you may have sustained at home, work, recreational activity, or sport.

Vestibular Rehabilitation

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Providing specialised assessment and treatment of vertigo (sensation of spinning), dizziness and imbalance.

Migraines, Headaches, Jaw Pain

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Providing an effective treatment program that involves understanding the inter-relationship between your head, neck, and jaw; in addition to other factors that may contribute to your presentation.

Work-related Injuries

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If you were injured at work and have lodged a Workcover claim. Just bring your claim number to your appointment. We will discuss your progress with your case manager, RTW coordinator, and doctor. 

Exercise Prescription

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An essential part of your rehabilitation to helping you get back to what you love. Exercise may involve a formal program for the gym or and home. It could also be simple little changes to your daily routine. 

Dry Needling

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Dry needling may be used as part of a physiotherapy treatment, where it can help with alleviating pain and improving function from a musculoskeletal injury.

Concussion Rehabilitation

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A concussion can occur following significant hit to the head or another part of the body, which causes a sudden movement of the brain inside the skull. 


The brain is one of the most important organs in our body and is responsible for so many processes. This requires energy. When the brain is damaged, it requires even more energy not only to continue to process information and commands, but also to repair itself. It is this mismatch between the supply and demand of energy that leads to symptoms such as: headaches; pressure in the head; neck pain; nausea or vomiting; dizziness;  imbalance; poor concentration; and sensitivity to light and sound. 


 You cannot see a concussion on a scan because it is not a physical injury, but rather a mismatch between the amount of energy used compared to the amount of energy available. 


There is more to managing a concussion than just rest, especially if rest has not helped settle the symptoms.


We will conduct a series of tests to determine what body systems are contributing to your symptoms, and we will create a specific rehabilitation program to help you get back to school, work, sport, and life.