Physiotherapist with patient at our Penrith clinic

Looking for a comprehensive approach to musculoskeletal injuries, chronic health conditions, and disabilities? Our skilled practitioners take a holistic approach to healthcare, using a range of techniques including manual therapy, targeted exercise, and education to promote behaviour change and support successful rehabilitation after injury. Whether you’re dealing with an acute or chronic issue, we’re here to help you get back to your best.

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who diagnose and treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions, and chronic metabolic and neurological conditions. Physiotherapists are experts in biomechanics and function and help with recovery from injury, and reduce stiffness, pain and risk of further injury.

Physiotherapists use a wide range of education strategies, manual therapy techniques, and individually tailored exercise programs to help manage specific injuries and conditions. As first-contact practitioners, we treat a wide array of patients with multiple conditions and different complexities; plus you don’t need a referral to see a physiotherapist.

Physiotherapists are accredited by Australian Health Practitioners Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and have studied at university for a minimum of four years. This includes four clinical placements spread across musculoskeletal, neurological and cardiopulmonary physiotherapy domains in various different environments. Physiotherapists are required to participate in continued professional development to use evidence-based practice when providing treatment to all patients.
Physiotherapy is more than just treating musculoskeletal problems. Different areas of physiotherapy can include.

  • Neurological
  • Cardiorespiratory
  • Occupational health
  • Paediatric
  • Sports
  • Cancer, palliative care and lymphoedema
  • Orthopaedics
  • Chronic pain

What can a Physiotherapist help you with?

At OnePointHealth, we offer a range of physiotherapy services to help you recover from a variety of musculoskeletal conditions. Our experienced physiotherapists can help alleviate pain and improve function, using a range of techniques tailored to meet your unique needs.
Our physiotherapy services can help you recover from the following conditions:


A condition that causes pain and stiffness in the joints, particularly in the knees, hips, and hands. Physiotherapy can effectively manage symptoms, improve joint mobility, and enhance function.

Lower back pain

A common condition that can be caused by a variety of factors, such as poor posture, muscle strain, or herniated discs. Physiotherapists can diagnose and treat the underlying cause, providing pain relief and restoring function.

Neck pain

Pain and stiffness in the neck area can be caused by poor posture, whiplash, or other conditions. Physiotherapy can alleviate pain, improve range of motion, and restore function.

Tennis/Golfer’s elbow

A condition that causes pain and inflammation in the elbow, typically caused by repetitive motions. Physiotherapy alleviates pain and improves function.

Muscle strains

A common injury caused by overuse, poor technique, or trauma. Physiotherapy speeds healing, reduces pain, and prevents re-injury.

Ligament sprains

A sprain is a stretching or tearing of a ligament, which can be caused by trauma or overuse. Physiotherapy manages pain, restores function, and prevents further injury.

Achilles tendinopathy

A condition that causes pain and stiffness in the Achilles tendon, typically caused by overuse. Our physiotherapy treatments can help alleviate pain, promote healing, and prevent further injury.

Plantar fasciitis

A condition that causes pain in the heel and foot, typically caused by overuse or poor biomechanics. Our physiotherapy treatments can help alleviate pain, improve function, and prevent further injury.

Cervicogenic headaches

A type of headache that is caused by a problem in the neck, such as poor posture or muscle tension. Our physiotherapy treatments can help alleviate pain, improve posture, and restore function.

Knee injuries

Knee injuries can be caused by various factors, such as overuse, trauma, or poor biomechanics. Our physiotherapists can help diagnose and treat knee injuries, providing pain relief and restoring function.

Shin splints

A common condition that causes pain in the shin area, typically caused by overuse or poor biomechanics. Physiotherapy alleviates pain, improves function, and prevents injury.

What are the benefits of Physiotherapy?

There are many benefits to working with a Physiotherapist that can make a real difference in your life. One of the primary advantages is that a Physiotherapist can help you restore your range of motion, strength, and balance. They can also offer guidance for rehabilitation both before and after surgery, as well as for joint replacements. This can help speed up your recovery time and get you back to your daily activities sooner.

Moreover, Physiotherapists can help you maintain your independence and enhance your quality of life. They can assist you in managing chronic pain, which can be a significant challenge for many people. And, if you’re an avid sports enthusiast, they can give you the guidance you need to safely and effectively get back into your favourite activities.

Working with a Physiotherapist can significantly improve your quality of life, regardless of the challenges you’re facing. Whether you’re recuperating from an injury or dealing with a chronic condition, a Physiotherapist can provide the necessary support and guidance to help you feel better and live life to the fullest.

When should I see a Physiotherapist?

A physiotherapist can assist with all musculoskeletal injuries and conditions at both acute and chronic stages. Early intervention is recommended for optimal results as well as assisting with initial diagnosis and management especially if you are unsure how to initially manage the injury. Physiotherapists tailor treatment to accommodate one’s lifestyle, we understand the challenges individuals may face with busy lives and the effect that can have on motivation and achieving our goals. Our physiotherapists are equipped to collaborate with patients to constantly review programs and goals to help our patients achieve the desired outcome.

Our Approach to Physiotherapy

At OnePointHealth we pride ourselves on using evidence-based practice to deliver the best service for our patients. Our physiotherapy team is dedicated to education encompassing both external resources and internal through collaboration with other practitioners from multiple disciplines to offer multiple perspectives. This is possible by having a wide range of additional services to Physiotherapy including Exercise Physiology, Podiatry, Massage therapy, Chiropractic therapy and Dietetics. Our multidisciplinary approach ensures that practitioners come together and collaborate to deliver person-centred care; reassuring patients that they are receiving the best level of care, not to mention the convenience of being the one-stop shop for all things healthcare.

At OnePointHealth our physiotherapists are dedicated to helping a wide range of patients. By being an NDIS registered provider, OnePointHealth is equipped to provide the best service for those with chronic diseases and co-morbidities. Our physiotherapists are accredited with SIRA (State Insurance Regulatory Authority) and are trained to treat patients going through the worker’s compensation and CTP system; our physiotherapists are experienced in liaising with case managers and other practitioners to ensure the best possible outcome is achieved for our patients.

Our physiotherapists are also dedicated to delivering our service to local sporting clubs; establishing partnerships with clubs such as Penrith Panthers, Nepean Football Association and Blue Mountains District Rugby Football Club.

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Frequently Asked Questions

No. You can see either service privately and some private health insurances may cover some of your visits.

Certain conditions can be claimed via Medicare using an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) referral from your General Practitioner if you’re eligible.

Yes, some health fund appointments are available. Check with your provider for these benefits as each plan is different.

If you are unsure of what practitioner to see please contact the clinic and our admin staff will be able to guide you to the correct practitioner.

If you have had recent imagining for the injury you are being treated for please bring a copy with you to your initial appointment.

A group class assessment is required prior to joining any of our group classes. If you are already being treated by a practitioner and have been referred directly to the class they will assess you prior to referral.

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who use a range of techniques, such as exercise, massage, and electrotherapy, to treat and prevent physical problems. Chiropractors, on the other hand, focus on the diagnosis and treatment of disorders related to the spine, nervous system, and joints, using manipulation and adjustment techniques. While there is some overlap in the conditions they treat, physiotherapists and chiropractors have different areas of expertise and treatment methods.

Physiotherapists are healthcare professionals who specialise in the treatment and prevention of physical injuries, disabilities, and pain. They use a range of techniques such as manual therapy, exercise prescription, and electrotherapy to help their patients manage pain, improve movement, and recover from injury. On the other hand, exercise physiologists are professionals who specialise in the science of exercise and how it affects the body. They design exercise programs to improve health, fitness, and performance and work with people who have chronic health conditions or injuries to help them manage their conditions through exercise.

Physiotherapists focus on diagnosing, treating, and preventing physical impairments, disabilities, and pain. They work on restoring the physical functioning of the body through exercises, massages, and other interventions. On the other hand, occupational therapists focus on helping people of all ages achieve their goals in daily living and improve their quality of life. They work on enhancing the ability of individuals to participate in activities that are meaningful to them through adaptations, modifications, and training.

Physiotherapists primarily focus on the assessment, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of physical impairments, disabilities, and pain. They use various techniques, including exercise, manual therapy, and education to improve a patient’s physical function. Osteopaths, on the other hand, focus on the body’s structure and function as a whole. They use hands-on techniques, including joint mobilization, soft tissue manipulation, and stretching to treat musculoskeletal conditions and other health problems.