SPORTS INJURIES

Are you suffering from a sports related injury and are needing treatment and relief?

We can all agree that sport is a huge part of the Australian lifestyle. Not only is it fun, but it promotes good health and acts as a stress relief for many. The downside to sport is that from time to time, injuries occur. At Sandgate Physical Health Clinic, we can return you to our best level of function after an injury.

Our Sports Injury Services Include

Whether you need Physiotherapy, Acupuncture, Massage or Pilates, our highly-qualified and experienced staff will give you an individual treatment that is ‘hands on’ and delivers results that allow you to move pain free.

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Common Sports Injuries Include

  • Heel Pain
  • Shin Pain
  • Calf Strains
  • Bruises/Contusions
    • Hamstring Strains
    • Shoulder Instability
    • Ankle Sprain
    • Knee Injuries
    • Tendon Injuries
    • Quadriceps Strains
    • Hip Injuries
    • Groin Pain
    • Ligament or Joint Injuries
    • Fractures
    • Dislocations
    • Over-use Injuries

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