From injury prevention to performance recovery from playing sports, working out, and thriving, your athletic journey deserves a physiotherapist that’s as passionate about supporting your body as you are moving it.
Our team of physios have experience in playing sports themselves, making them the ideal choice to helping you prevent sports injuries and rehabilitating patients to optimal levels of sports-specific fitness.
Your guide to sports physiotherapy and finding one in Sydney.
Sports Physiotherapy in Sydney
Whether you’re a casual athlete or a dedicated player, having the right sports-specific tools and expertise in your rehabilitation and training is essential to preventing injury and optimising your wellness.
At Infinite Health, our team of sports physiotherapists understand that the demands and pressures of each sport are different. Combining the best in sports and exercise science, we deliver:
Tailored treatment plans
Between our expert team of sports physios across North Sydney, Chatswood and the CBD, we believe our sports therapy services can significantly assist in restoring and optimising your movement, relieving pain, and increasing your quality of life.
Find us at North Sydney, Chatswood and Sydney's CBD
What does a sports physio do?
A specialised branch of physiotherapy, sports physios are experts in delivering education, guidance, hands-on intervention, rehabilitation, and strengthening programs to treat, manage, and prevent sports-related injuries.
What's the difference between sports physios and general physios?
While they share many methods, techniques, and education with regular physiotherapists, sports physiotherapists typically specialise in managing the musculoskeletal system for a specific sport.
This is the arrangement of the major bone, muscles, tendons, ligaments, and soft tissues, and the framework that supports the body, allows motion, and protects you in sport.
Compared to general physiotherapy, which typically emphasises the rehabilitation of a wide range of patients to return to comfortable day-to-day function, sports physiotherapy focuses on whether patients can return to or manage the physical stresses of the sport of their choosing.
Sports physios often play sport themselves
Most sports physios have experience in a range of sporting environments, making them an ideal choice in preventing sports injuries and rehabilitating patients to optimal levels of sports-specific fitness.
Learn more about the diverse sporting experience our team has here.
Why choose Infinite Health for sports physiotherapy?
A physiotherapy experience built around you
All treatments at Infinite Health begin with a thorough initial consultation with our sports physios.
First we focus on a rigorous assessment of your lifestyle, medical history, and current fitness. This allows us to build personalised treatment plans that are tailored to your goals and body’s needs, reflect your diagnosis, and address the root cause of your injuries.
We aim to understand you better, so you can recover better.
Sports-engineered facilities that let you rehab the right way
Each of our innovative and modern facilities have been designed for the purpose of treating and managing musculoskeletal disorders.
No matter what sport you play, or whether you're training explosiveness, balance, or strength, we have the gear to help you rehab the right way.
With a range of top-of-the-line fitness and sports equipment, free weights, bands, and spacious training zones available, our locations are optimised for you to learn, perform, and train your personalised sports-specific programs.
We offer array of treatments backed by sports-science
Our sports physios apply a wide variety of science-backed modalities to treat your injuries, including:
soft tissue therapy.
Throughout your one-on-one sessions, our team of experts will guide you on the best methods to manage and overcome your injuries.
With each rehabilitation program designed for your optimal recovery and backed by sports science, we work towards minimising the time you spend away from sports.
Our team is more than happy to answer and advise you on any fitness and sports-related questions you may have, so you can get the best out of our service and your health.
Get treated by sports experts
The Infinite Health team is a collection of former professional athletes, recreational players, and fitness-minded specialists.
With a wealth of experience in a broad range of sporting codes including Olympic weight-lifting, calisthenics, futbol, rugby, and taekwondo, our sports physios have the right knowledge to assist your return to sports with care and efficiency.
Three locations conveniently located across Sydney
Situated within central business hubs in Sydney’s Northshore like Chatswood and North Sydney, and the Sydney CBD, Infinite Health delivers quality sports physio nearby to you.
Each of our multiple locations across Sydney are conveniently located nearby public transport and we have extended operating hours to accommodate all lifestyles and age groups.
Suite 901/ 300 George Street
Sydney, NSW 2000
Suite 301/ 121 Walker Street
North Sydney, NSW 2060
Suite 504A/ 71-73 Archer Street
Chatswood, NSW 2067
Our reputation is our guarantee
With so many sports therapy solutions out there it can be difficult to work out what service you can trust.
At Infinite Health, we don’t want you to take our word for it!
With each of our locations receiving a majority of 5-star reviews on Google, our reputation is our guarantee.
We take the philosophy of delivering “Optimal Health Solutions” to our patients and let the results speak for themselves.
Who will help you?
Founding Infinite Health Group with the desire to provide the highest quality health care to the community, John Lee is committed to returning patients to their sporting passions and hobbies.
He specialises in treating and managing sports-related injuries with a focus on knee and shoulder issues, informed by practical experience on the football (futbol) pitch.
Available - Chatswood (Tues, Thurs, Sat). CBD (Mon, Wed, Fri). North Sydney (Wed PM)
With over 15 years of weight training, Aaron is passionate about understanding how the human body produces movement and how improper movement can contribute to pain.
Aaron’s treatment focus is on empowering his patients to take charge of their health, and reach and exceed their fitness goals.
Available - Chatswood
Remedial Massage Therapist
With a degree in Physiotherapy and Diploma of Remedial Massage in his toolbox, Kevin is well-suited to treating sports-related pain or injury.
Currently undertaking further study in Sports Kinesiology apple to running he’s well suited to refining your form and assisting your goals in running.
Available - North Sydney
Driven by a strong desire to help his patients, Stan is focused on treatment that carefully considers the individual needs and performance aspirations.
His work is informed by experience working as a physiotherapist for Dulwich Hill Football club where he diagnosed, treated, and advised acute sporting injuries.
Available - North Sydney
Remedial Massage Therapist
Richard specialises in the active muscle release of sport-related and general physical injuries, to get clients back in their activities in the quickest possible time.
Richard has a degree in Sports and Exercise Science, Personal Training, and Remedial Massage Therapy which he attained in England, which informs his interest in injury prevention and alleviating acute and chronic injuries
Pat specialises in treating and managing knee pain, often linked to running and sports-related injuries. His focus is around patients being pain-free in their day-to-day life so they can return to the activities and sport they love the most.
With a resume working with Australian Border Fitness testing and The Sports Clinic, Pat’s deep passion for fitness and keeping is what motivates him to help others stay fit and healthy.
Available - Chatswood (Tues, Wed, Sat). North Sydney (Mon, Thurs)
Frequently asked questions
Should I have a goal in mind for my Infinite Health sessions?
While we do as much as we can to treat and manage your injuries in our one-on-one sessions, rehab most importantly requires clear goals, transparency, and effort.
Ensure you have a goal in mind for what you want to achieve with our physiotherapy sessions, whether it may be eliminating pain, increasing mobility, or preventing re-injury.
If you are unsure about your goals and need pain treatment first, that’s okay! We’ll ask the right questions to help uncover your goals, whether it's achieving greater performance or wellness in your life.
With clear goals, you’re much more likely to achieve and see positive outcomes in your movement, strength, and balance.
What do I need to share with my sports physio?
Sharing your fitness and sports goals with your therapist is crucial to both parties understanding the methodology and path to rehabilitation. With a good working relationship with your sports physio, your treatment will be more productive and you can feel confident you are working towards your goals.
Do I need to follow my physio treatment plan?
Following your tailored treatment plan is essential to beating your injury and rehabilitation goals.
If you think something is not working or an exercise is causing pain don’t be afraid to communicate your concerns, so your therapist can adjust your plan to be more effective.
Is sports physiotherapy better than physiotherapy?
While being quite similar to physiotherapy, sports therapy is a more focused branch of physiotherapy that explicitly deals with injury prevention, pain management, and conditioning for sports activity.
As physiotherapy is helpful for a broader range of illnesses and conditions, each discipline is ultimately more suited for different types of patients.
What is a remedial sports therapy massage?
Remedial massage therapy applied by our sports physio targets specific damaged, tensed, or immobile muscles in the body.
As a treatment system, it is designed to locate and repair damaged regions of the body to speed up natural healing and recovery.
For patients, remedial massage is particularly effective for several musculoskeletal issues, tackling both the symptoms and causes.