We are open through the holiday season,
only closed on public holidays.
To book an appointment or find out more, please call us:
02 9399 7399
The Physiotherapy Posture and Fitness Clinic is based in Randwick, in the Eastern Suburbs of Sydney, Australia.We are a group of Physiotherapists passionate about what we do. We combine hands on treatment with the latest technologies (including Real Time Ultrasound Imaging) to help you see if you are doing your stability work correctly to stop your pain returning.
21 September 2016 Teenage Posture Growth spurts, screen time, slouching…. good posture is particularly challenging in the teenage years. Did you know? One the last bones to finish growing is the collarbone? A slumped or slouched posture affects the shape … read more
Francine St George on Tony Delroy’s Nightlife Physiotherapy has come a long way in the last 20 years, and its getting better all the time. What are some of the advances we’ve made in treating sore necks and backs … read more
Headaches from running I recently treated a client with headaches that only came on when running. By working on her neck posture together with specific breathing cues, she is now able to run without triggering neck pain or headaches! … read more
How to Prepare for a 50km Trek You’ve signed up for your first big trek, or perhaps you’re attempting round two. Either way, you’re in the perfect place. Our Physiotherapists, Clare and Alla, completed a fundraising walk for the Fred Hollows … read more
PPFC supporting ‘World Continence Week 2016’ June 20-26 Technology and smartphones are pretty incredible! How did we live without them?! We have apps for pretty much everything. Need to find a good restaurant near-by? Want a … read more
How often do you stop and stretch? The human body was made to move! We are definitely not meant to sit still for hours at a time. However, we are all guilty of sitting at screens for far too … read more
Prepare to Run with these Calf Exercises Calf tears are arguably the most common running injury. We sit all day, or walk in heels, and the calf muscles get tight. The extra load on the calf in running can … read more
How to Improve your Performance and Have an Injury-free Ski! It took just one hailstorm in Sydney to get me itching to ski this season. Most of us ski just a few times each year, and don’t get ourselves … read more
Why does my neck STILL hurt?? Neck pain can persist for many reasons, but one of the most common is that the relationship between your eye and neck muscles has changed. Do you feel like your head is crooked when … read more
Ankle sprains: Why do I keep rolling my ankle? Exercises to stop it happening! There are position receptors, “proprioceptors” located in your joints, ligaments and tendons. They sense where your body is positioned in space, sending this info to your … read more