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The Sports Clinic


The Sports Clinic at Sydney University is an inner city multidisciplinary sports medicine centre. Services include physiotherapy, sports medicine, podiatry, massage therapy, acupuncture, exercise physiology and dietetics. We aim to provide personable high quality sports medicine care in a convenient picturesque location.

Our practitioners have extensive sports medicine experience. We treat university students, the general inner city community and elite athletes. All types of muscle and joint injuries can be treated whether the issue is acute and chronic. Workcover patients are welcome.

Free parking is available on site for patients. Please enquire with reception when phoning for an appointment.

Prices for consultations are very reasonable by comparison with other inner city sports medicine practices.
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The AlterG anti gravity treadmill is a highly effective athletic conditioning tool for both recreational and competitive athletes by allowing the user to train longer, run faster, gain additional strength, and enhance cardiovascular performance while minimising impact and stress on their joints.

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