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Pro Therapy Maroubra Physio Location Details

ADDRESS: Pro Therapy Maroubra Physio is located at 321 Malabar Rd, Maroubra NSW 2035

PHONE NUMBER: 9349 4523

OPENING HOURS: Mon-Fri: 8am – 8pm & Sat: 8am – 1pm

PARKING: Limited parking is available on Malabar Road.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: You can get a bus from the city, Bondi Junction or Eastgardens via routes such as 353, 395, 397. There is no public train or ferry available to Maroubra. 

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The Maroubra team is established to ensure that the moment you step through the door, you are invited by a positive energetic vibe that is present throughout your journey at Switch. The enthusiastic approach is developed to ensure that you know you are not alone with your recovery and direction to achieve what you are uniquely empowered to.

 

 

Switch Physiotherapy in Maroubra is well known by Eastern Suburbs locals as Pro Therapy Physio 321 Malabar Rd, Maroubra. Harrison, Peter and Bridgette joined the Switch Group many years ago and their  positive energetic vibe befits the location just which is just a few minutes away from Maroubra Beach and around the corner from the heart of Coogee. You can get to us by car or bus from the city, Bondi Junction or Eastgardens via routes such as 353, 395, 397 with a stop that is right outside our Clinic. Free parking available on Malabar Road directly out the front of the clinic and Torrington Road for all day parking

 

 

Their enthusiastic approach to physiotherapy and podiatry has been enjoyed by locals for many years and they are known as one of the best physio’s in the Eastern Suburbs. They will ensure you are not alone with your recovery and provide clear direction to achieve your recovery or development goals. Our Maroubra physiotherapy service specialises in;

  • Knee Pain
  • Hip Pain
  • Shoulder Pain
  • Back Pain
  • Neck Pain
  • Heel Pain

Pro Therapy Maroubra Physio Reviews

Alex and the team are a professional bunch and give great treatment! Have been going there for a while now and will continue to return!

Ivana Nakhle
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Harrison Brown is a very educated, caring physiotherapist who I highly recommend. He really knows his stuff and has helped me with my back issues that have been lingering for some time. I have been given exercises to do and they have really helped too

Marissa Ely
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Switch are so so professional – as soon as you come in to see them they quickly assess your situation, tell you what needs to be rectified & then put you on a program for successful recovery. My daughter responded to the session the first consultation & actually enjoys going to her sessions. I can’t praise her current physio, who was recommended to us by a friend – & now I can see why.

Clem Ley
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Alex and the team are very professional And know certainly know their stuff Thank you to all whom have worked with me to get me back up and running post operations. Highly recommend the team

Edo Rustein
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

I had a great experience at Pro Therapy. Harry and the team is very professional and helpful. They helped me with my should injury and I am satisfied with the service I received. Highly recommended!

Daniele Bignami
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

I can’t recommend these guys enough. Not only are they great physiotherapists who have helped me physically, but they have personalities to match. A very welcoming and experienced team, who make you feel part of the Switch ProTherapy family.

Shami Lewis
Physiotherapy & Podiatry at Maroubra

I had a shoulder injury and was very impressed with the way Nicole did her analysis on my injury, provide some immediate relief to my pains, and put together a 10 week action plan to ensure my problem will be addressed.

I am very happy with how Nicole conducted the diagnosis in a very professional manner and clearly communicated what is involved, root causes, purpose, and the next steps.

Real HK Protest HK
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Service is very good! Especially Alex

Kingsford Dental
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Highly recommend – fantastic physios who really care about their clients and go above and beyond. Highly professional and helped me with my injuries so much.

Vanessa Correia
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Fantastic team at Pro Therapy, friendly, professional, very caring about your health & they get results.

Julia Campbell
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Been going to Pro-Therapy for years. Very helpful and professional staff that knows their stuff. Had an ACL injury last year and I am finally back to my sport. I would highly recommend this clinic and its physios. Thank you guys!

Jason Yoo
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

Outstanding. Best Physio I’ve ever been to. These guys are very hands on and professional. Results were excellent. If you can get to Maroubra then GO.

Johnny Kairouz
Physiotherapy at Maroubra

The most common areas we treat

BACK PAIN

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.

NECK PAIN

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

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

SHOULDER PAIN

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

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

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

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

JOINT PAIN

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 & STRAINS

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.

SPORTS INJURIES

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

WORK RELATED CONDITIONS

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

RUNNING ASSESSMENTS

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.