Our state of the art pool allows for a unique opportunity to exercise in a supported, low risk and pain-free environment. For instance, its distinctive properties of buoyancy, resistance and heat (34°C) assist in increasing joint range of movement, reducing aches and pains, and most importantly, allowing for pain-free strengthening and cardio conditioning.
Our fully functioning rehabilitation gym is decked out with modern exercise equipment to suit your needs. That is to say, we have a huge range of equipment including; a Smith machine, squat rack, treadmill, bike, leg press, cable weights, dumbbells, Swiss balls, kettle bells and TRX, and above all our physio, Jess, can teach you Reformer Pilates.
Our friendly staff are passionate about your care. We want you to achieve the best results and are committed to helping you get there. Likewise, our team loves what we do here and get great satisfaction out of seeing our patients walk out feeling much more comfortable with goals in mind and a smile on their faces.
We are dedicated to delivering only the highest quality therapies. Subsequently, Our team maintain the utmost professional relationships with each other, health professionals, and most importantly, our clients. We utilize quality equipment and have access to the best resources.
Our physios keep up to date with latest and greatest evidence from top physiotherapy and medical journals. Furthermore, we hold regular tutorials and attend multiple courses throughout the year to stay on top of the best treatments.
Just a kilometer down the road from Lane Cove shops, we are situated on the corner of Longueville Rd and River Road West. Therefore, There is plenty of street parking as well as a free council car park across the road. Meanwhile, we are in the heart of the Lower North Shore with close access from Artarmon, Hunter’s Hill, Chatswood, Crows Nest, St Leonards, Longueville, Northwood and Riverview.
Below you will find the latest articles written by our qualified professionals. These are designed to give you some insight into what we do, and most importantly, ways you can assist in recovery or preventing injuries during your regular activities and routine.
The physios at Lane Cove Physio are here to help. Tennis elbow (otherwise known as lateral epicondylalgia) is a common condition that affects roughly 1-3% of the pop
The shoulder is a complex joint, one that physiotherapists and other medical professionals have spent decades studying and getting diagnoses and treatment down to a
Osteoporosis is a common condition that affects over one million Australians, particularly middle aged to elderly women, although it occurs in men as well. Osteop
Hamstring strains, commonly referred to in sporting circles as “doing a hammy!”) are a common injury seen by Lane Cove physiotherapists and are also commonly re-inju