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Switch Concord Physio Location Details

ADDRESS: Switch Concord Physiotherapy is located at 313 Concord Road, Concord West NSW 2138

PHONE NUMBER: 8866 3582

OPENING HOURS: Mon-Fri: 7am – 8pm

PARKING: Free and all day parking available on Nirranda Street. Parking is also available directly out the front of the clinic between 10am and 3pm.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: There are numerous bus routes available with many travelling along Concord Road many giving direct connection to the Sydney CBD. These include M50, 439, 502, 504.  Other local bus routes connect to the main train stations of Strathfield and Burwood, including M41, 458, 464, 466.  


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Learn more about Switch Concord Physio

Switch has a Concord physiotherapy centre located in the heart of Concord West that services the Canada Bay area. Switch Concord has an enthusiastic, vibrant team, dedicated to improving the well-being of the local community just like our other clinics. They achieve this with a holistic health approach, our aim is to help kickstart your journey towards achieving your goals.

We offer a variety of services in Concord including physiotherapy, massage therapy, sports injury therapy, and more. We are committed to providing you with the best possible care in a friendly and professional environment. We work with you to develop a treatment plan that will get you back to your normal activities as quickly as possible.

The team at Switch Physiotherapy know that there is no quick fix for any kind of pain. It can take time to get you feeling back to normal and you have to be patient throughout the rehabilitation process. Painful muscles require patience and exercise; painful joints require patience and rest. Our clinic has been caring for patients with chronic pain for many years, giving people a way out of an increasingly unsteady world where debilitating pain is often left untreated or mistaken for lack of effort on the patient’s part.

The main shopping strip of Concord West is sometimes confused with central Concord near Mortlake on Majors Bay road, although the two are very different but we do have quite a few locals visiting us from both areas. You can get to Switch Concord via bus or the nearby train station that can easily connect to Strathfield, Burwood or Hornsby.  Concord West is a suburb on the periphery of Sydney’s inner-west, in the state of New South Wales, Australia.


Switch Concord Physio Reviews

I had been seeing Matt in the lead up to my power lifting competition last year. Before his treatment i had constant issues in my knees, shoulders and elbows for the better part of 18 months.

Since his treatment i have been pain free for almost 6 months and my Squat, Bench Press and Deadlift have felt the smoothest they have ever felt thanks to the many queues he had given me to implement in my training. The strength gains have not stopped since seeing him. Thanks a bunch!

Angus Widmer
Physiotherapy at Concord

Amazing experience having been treated here by Matt, who really knows what he is doing, and provides comfort with this knowledge to make the journey to recovery much easier!!

Having gone through immense pain in both my back as well as hip flexor due to sports, he has helped me recover much quicker than I anticipated with limited risk-taking. His techniques have also helped me at the gym where I feel more confident now. Highly recommended!!

Dillon Khan
Physiotherapy at Concord

My 13 year old son who plays soccer and AFL has been treated by Matt for the past 8 weeks. He has helped him with many sports injuries, some pre-existing and some new with massage and exercises. He ensures my son understands what he is doing and why. Would definitely recommend Matt to others (and have done so).

Lisa Lia
Physiotherapy at Concord

Highly recommend! I came in with a thrown out back and it was fixed quickly. Matt was extremely professional and tailored the sessions on my lifestyle. He taught me the proper way to do exercises and gave me new exercises and stretches which would help with any future discomfort 🙂

Mei Lo
Physiotherapy at Concord

The most amazing group of professionals there is! Alex and James have been treating me for over a year and are extremely knowledgeable and super friendly! No matter your age or injury these guys know how to get you feeling 110%

Rick Pignetti
Physiotherapy at Concord

I’ve been getting treatment for the last six weeks with Matt to recover from an adductor strain. The plan was very clear on how I’d be pain-free again but most importantly, to avoid recurrence. Matt’s been working on my back and ankles, and I have felt a lot of difference in my body mobility and general well-being, the injury is long gone, and I was able to get back this week to CrossFit workouts in full.

Paco Ortiz
Physiotherapy at Concord

I’ve been seeing Matt for several issues, on a regular basis, because I play cricket all year round. Matt asks relevant questions, then testing mobility/range, then always finds a result, before walking out the door. He listens to what I want to achieve and gives the realistic answers, therefore I’m so confident that I’m in good hands. It’s not just about the physical recovery, but also the mental recovery and is just as important.

Vic Barber
Physiotherapy at Concord

Been treated by Matt. I have been suffering years of back and neck pain. Few weeks in and I have been feeling better n better no problems at all. The strength exercises he has given me have benefited myself.. I feel amazing! Highly recommend

Dom Oppedisano
Physiotherapy at Concord

I’ve been getting treatment from this clinic for 2 months and I’ve seen more results than I have in my previous 4 years from other physiotherapy clinics. I get my chronic back and shoulder injuries treated and I’m so glad to finally see results thanks to Alex, the physio. This clinic provides intensive manual therapy along with personalised rehab and strengthening exercises designed to get you moving pain free quickly. Highly recommend this to anyone who has been wanting a physio that cares!

Pranav Sawhney
Physiotherapy at Concord

Switch have helped me overcome injury and partake in events that may not have been possible without their attention. Endurance training has often left me with aches and pains that are resolved with the help from the professional team at Switch. I highly recommend them.

Lorah Chetcuti
Physiotherapy at Concord

Amazing place, Go see Matt, this guy is a genius. Back pain, knee pain, neck pain, he fixed everything. Highly recommended

Samuel Samuel
Physiotherapy at Concord

Highly recommended Matt from Switch! In only a couple of sessions, he fixed my back that I was struggling with for a few weeks and the enormous pain would not go away with anything I did It was brilliant to be able to be pain free and go back to the gym like normal

Taylah Sargent
Physiotherapy at Concord

Matt has been treating plantar fasciitis for me for the last few months. I’ve now been able to run up to 24km without pain. I highly recommend Matt!

Alison Shaw
Physiotherapy at Concord

Great clinic with outstanding recovery outcomes. I highly recommend Matt he’s been great since day 1

Ahmed Fidouh
Physiotherapy at Concord

The most common areas we treat


Back pain is the result of injury to the muscles, joints, bones, discs or nerves in your spine.

Most commonly people injure their back through poor posture, prolonged sitting, heavy or repetitive lifting and generally moving in odd ways.


Your neck has vertebrae stacked with discs that are kept together with ligaments that are supported by muscles.

Sitting, sleeping, exercise, office work Your neck’s main job is to support and move your head. The neck is very vulnerable to injury that can be caused by poor posture, trauma from an accident or degenerative changes like arthritis.


Knee pain can have causes that aren’t due to underlying disease.

Examples include heavy physical activity, lack of use, injuries such as sprains or strains, sitting in a constrained area or sitting on knees for a prolonged period


In your shoulder the rotator cuff is a group of muscles and tendons that keep the upper arm bone held in the shoulder blade socket.

Pain from a problem with the rotator cuff is often called shoulder impingement. The condition can cause swelling, pain or damage to the tendons from repetitive loads, accidents at the gym or even ‘tech neck’


Heel pain is most often caused by plantar fasciitis, a condition that is sometimes also called heel spur syndrome when a spur is present.

Heel pain may also be due to other causes like a stress fracture, tendonitis, arthritis, nerve irritation or even something like a cyst or running incorrectly


Feet pain can be caused by poorly fitting shoes, prolonged periods being on your feet, overuse such as long walks or running a marathon, sprains, strains or trauma.

We can identify what is causing feet pain and even look at other areas like your knee, hip or back that is contributing to feet pain.


Headaches can be aggravated by poor posture, stress, tension, sleeping incorrectly, prolonged mobile phone usage or trauma to the neck.

Treatment techniques may include joint mobilisation, massage and soft tissue release techniques to relieve the joints and muscles in the neck


Commonly injured joints include knees, ankles, shoulders, elbows and wrists.

They can be injured through trauma, general wear and tear, repetitive activities (like tennis elbow), overuse or through overloading the joint. Joints may also be injured as a result of a disease process or systemic condition (such as rheumatoid arthritis or gout.


Sprains occur when you injure a ligament. A ligament is the supportive tissue which connects bones.

Commonly sprained ligaments include the knee ligaments (ACL, MCL, LCL) and the ankle ligaments (ATFL, CL). Ligaments can also be sprained around the shoulder, primarily around the acromio-clavicular joint.


Typical sports injuries include muscle strains and joint sprains and can occur for both experienced or new athletes.

Physiotherapy can help the treatment of these injuries in their early stages so they don’t become chronic and take much longer to heal


You may experience a variety of aches and pains during your working life. Common complaints amongst patients include postural related lower back and neck pain and over-use injuries such as wrist, elbow and shoulder pain from repetitive use of a keyboard, mouse or equipment.

Our physiotherapists will point out possible flaws in your workstation setup and postural alignment when performing certain tasks, such as lifting, driving, climbing, repetitive activities or prolonged sedentary positions


A running assessment identifies areas which may need improvement or finds weak links in the kinetic chain before injury can occur.

It can also identify the areas where you may be placing excessive load on your body and we can show you how you can modify this during your training.