Opening hours: Monday – Friday 7:30 am – 7:30 pm
Please be assured that the health and safety of our patients and staff remains our number one priority.
According to Dr Kerry Chant, NSW Chief Health Officer, Allied Health services are to continue to provide important health services for people of our community.Therefore we are available for face-to-face consultations as needed or Telehealth if you prefer.
With changes to people’s work situation, we are finding many people sitting for longer hours in zoom meetings. If this causes you neck and back pain we can help.
If attending our clinic, please wear a mask and check in and out using our QR code.
We continue to follow the NSW Health guidelines in terms of social distancing in our reception areas and the cleaning of all equipment and treatment tables. Our staff are washing their hands before, during and after treatments and have hand sanitiser available for all of our patients. We have all completed the Infection Control Training designed by the Australian Government Department of Health.
Castlereagh Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries Clinic was founded in Sydney in 1988 by Principals Fiona Arneil and Denise Godfrey. Conveniently located in the CBD (5 minutes’ walk from Town Hall Station and just a short walk from Darlinghurst and the Inner West), the clinic is one of Sydney’s longest running clinics.
We operate flexible hours for the convenience of our physio clients wanting to schedule their appointment around work commitments. Treatment times are a generous 30-45 minutes.
We pride ourselves on delivering individualised treatment for our clients and are rewarded in seeing great results. We are dedicated to not only treating your symptoms such as back or knee pain, but finding the underlying cause of your problem to prevent future recurrences. We are committed to keeping up to date with the latest research and techniques in physiotherapy to relieve your pain, and get you back on track as soon as possible.
Castlereagh Physiotherapy acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which we work, the Gadigal people of the Eora nation. We pay our respects to Elders past and present.