Function And Form

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The Function & Form Difference

What makes physiotherapy and exercise at Function & Form
different exercise, injury, and rehabilitation experience?


What makes us great

We are not saying we’re the best, but there’s a few things that set us apart from your regular physiotherapy clinic.

As a boutique Physiotherapy & Exercise Studio we manage social distancing pretty easily, there’s no waiting room and no other patients sharing the space. In fact, things are much the same for us, with surfaces cleaned between each consultation.

As the first Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology service in North Sydney over 14 years ago, we have extensive knowledge and expertise in Health and Fitness.

We love our broad range of patients.  We see Sports Injuries from a large variety of sports, patients with Back Pain, Neck Pain and Headaches.  We also create personalised  Wellness Programs for Retirees, who report significant improvements in strength, fitness, mobility and balance. A structured exercise program results in not only a more fulfilling life, but an ability to live safely and independently as long as possible.


Sports Injuries

Causes of Sports Injuries

Sports injuries are commonly caused by overuse, direct impact, or the application of force that is greater than the body part can structurally withstand.

Types of Sports Injuries

The two kinds of sports injuries: acute and chronic. When an injury occurs suddenly, such as a dislocated shoulder following a rugby tackle, this is referred to as an acute injury.

The repeated overuse of muscle groups or joints result in Chronic injuries. Poor sporting technique and bio-mechanical and structural abnormalities may also contribute to the development of chronic injuries. Physiotherapy intervention plays an important role in early diagnosis and injury management.

Treatment for Sports Injuries

Depending on the structure injured and the severity of the injury, treatment may vary from basic first aid to an extensive rehabilitation plan. It is often best to seek physiotherapy advice early so that optimal injury recovery strategies can commence as soon as possible.

Physiotherapy can help to rehabilitate the injured site and, depending on the injury, may include exercises to promote strength and flexibility. Returning to sport after injury is managed with well planned rehabilitation program.

Returning to play too early often results in further damage and delayed recovery. The importance of maintain strength and fitness while recovering from injury facilitates a smooth return to sport. Skilled physiotherapist and particular those who are also Exercise Physiologist are able to create fitness programs by selecting exercises that do not negatively impact injury body part.it.

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Suite 302, Level 3 107 Walker Street, North Sydney 2060,2060,North Sydney,sydney