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Penshurst Physio Location Details

ADDRESS: Penshurst Physio is located at 115 – 117 Stoney Creek Road, Beverly Hills NSW 2209

PHONE NUMBER: 9585 8844

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

PARKING: Limited parking is available at the back of the Penshurst Physio clinic with entrance via Penshurst Street. Alternatively there are other options on Penshurst Street for all day parking.

PUBLIC TRANSPORT: Punchbowl Bus Company operates bus services 941 and 943 in Penshurst. Metro Bus also operates the bus service M91 which runs through Penshurst from Hurstville to Parramatta. 


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Learn more about Penshurst Physio

Switch is a Penshurst physiotherapy centre that has an enthusiastic, vibrant team, dedicated to improving the well-being of the local community. Through a holistic health approach, our aim is to help kickstart your journey towards achieving your goals. So come in today and see how you can be the best version of yourself.


Our professional physiotherapy treatment methods address the underlying cause of your injury and work towards strengthening an individual’s core muscles in order to decrease forces on the joints and surrounding tissues which can exacerbate they effects of postural or overuse back pain. On average, physiotherapy is can be more effective than taking medication for chronic back pain and with proper instruction you will be able to find relief. Remember that we are available in three locations in Sydney with just a few clicks or taps on a phone screen now.


Locals know our location as Penshurst Physio at 115-117 Stoney Creek Road at the intersection of Penshurst Street & we have people getting physio from nearby suburbs of Mortdale, Beverly Hills and Peakhurst. Penshurst is a suburb in southern Sydney, in the state of New South Wales, Australia. Penshurst is located 17 kilometres south of the Sydney central business district and is part of the St George area. The main shopping centre is located around Penshurst railway station on Penshurst Street, Bridge Street and The Strand. Commercial developments are also found along Forest Road and King Georges Road. Penshurst railway station is on the Illawarra Line of the Sydney Trains network. It is approximately 27 minutes from Sydney Central via train. The main roads through Penshurst are King Georges Road and Forest Road. 


It is the head office of the Switch Group and James, Bridgett, Jonathan and Harry are an enthusiastic, vibrant team dedicated to improving the well-being of locals in Penshurst and surrounding suburbs. The team has a holistic approach to health care with a focus on helping people kickstart your journey towards achieving your goals and can help with things like;

  • Posture correction from prolonged desk bound work.

  • Help with ‘Text Neck’ which is pain from mobile phone usage.

  • Fixing sore shoulders and neck pain from laptop usage.

  • Help with lower back pain from sitting and lifting.

  • Sitting correctly at work or a home office.

  • Sports injuries related to hard core physical training.

Penshurst Physio Reviews

Friendly caring staff. James is wonderful and had been helping ease my headaches. He is genuinely dedicated to improving the wellbeing of his clients. My experience at Switch has been very positive.

Arelda Cady
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

Following my stroke, my experience at Switch has been terrific The receptionists are extremely helpful, friendly and welcoming I was assigned to James Newbury. As an ex-nurse I have been very impressed with James – his knowledge and expertise got me into a good exercise routine

Terry Binding
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

Very happy with my experience with Switch Physio. All the staff are extremely friendly and Ben and James are very knowledgeable. I have benefitted from my treatment so far and look forward to continued improvement.

Ross Gardener
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

James N, Nikki, Diane and all the staff are wonderful very professional and helpful

Margaret McLennan
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

I have been going to Switch Physio for treatment of my back pain following back surgery. Thanks to the legends, James Newbury and Ben, who helped me get out of pain! The whole team is so welcoming and like a family!!

Denise Kara
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

Excellent service and incredibly friendly staff, very knowledgeable for many different kinds of people with all different levels of physical activity.

Alexander Geroges
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

Having back treatment by James at Penshurst the last couple of weeks is definitely helping to ease the pain and movement is also so much better.! Thanks James!

Carol Hood
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

Switch physio are amazing. Friendly and knowledgeable . They will assist you in returning to top shape.

Peter Carter
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

I had been on switch for around 4 months , I’m very happy with the whole process,thanks to all the team special thanks to James ,he is a lovely person, merry christmas guys.

Angelica Fuentes
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

Excellent physio!

Kim Suzzane Smith
Physiotherapy at Penshurst

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.