Physiotherapy North Ryde

We’re here to help you get back on your feet so you can do the things you love to do. Whether you’re looking for help with a sporting injury, post-operative rehabilitation, aches and pains, or stiffness in your muscles and joints, our team are here to help. With experience in elite sport, post-surgical rehabilitation, and private practice settings, there is no injury that our North Ryde Physiotherapists at Any Stage Physiotherapy can’t help you with.

Through personal experience and understanding of what it takes technically, physically, and mentally to play elite sport, Daniel can pass on sound knowledge of the demands and techniques associated with baseball, AFL, soccer, and Rugby. This knowledge is being shared with and used by all of our Physiotherapists, who can assist you in your sporting needs.


What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy is a treatment that helps restore, maintain and make the most of your mobility, function and well-being.

Any Stage Physiotherapy provides accurate assessment, diagnosis, and treatment plans for the care of individuals across a broad range of areas with musculoskeletal injuries, post-surgical rehabilitation requirements and neurological conditions. We help individuals with chronic pain management, provide lifestyle modification and self-management advice, prescribe aids (boots, braces and crutches etc.), prescribe and supervise exercises for individuals, and provide health promotion education, occupational health assessments and injury prevention strategies.

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What our Physiotherapists treat

At Any Stage Physiotherapy, we are here to help you live a pain-free, functional life so you can meet your individual goals

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Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy

Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy involves advanced assessment, diagnosis and treatment of muscles, tendons, ligaments and joint conditions. These injuries may occur after acute events such as running, jumping, kicking, lifting a heavy object or throwing a ball. Examples of more persistent musculoskeletal pain could involve prolonged sitting, yard work, and consistent throwing or kicking.

Muscle/tendon injuries include (but are not limited to):

  • shoulder injuries to the rotator cuff
  • forearm (tennis elbow),
  • hamstring
  • quadriceps
  • calf
  • low back etc.

Joint/ligament injuries include (but are not limited to):

  • neck
  • shoulder
  • hand
  • low back
  • hip
  • knee
  • ankle etc.


Sports Physiotherapy

Sports injuries are experienced due to the specific demand of your sport, meaning these injuries are slightly different from day-to-day life injuries. The demands of each sport are different and require the body to be conditioned in a way that allows for these demands to be performed at maximal effort on a regular and consistent basis. The requirements of sport often have you put more force on specific body parts, including joints, muscles, ligaments, and tendons, thus making them prone to injury.

At Any Stage Physiotherapy, we have a wealth of knowledge across multiple sports, including (but not limited to) baseball, AFL, rugby and soccer. By conducting a thorough and individualised assessment, we help resolve your pain by implementing evidence-based treatment specific to your sport. This approach is supported by focusing on your performance and development to ensure you return to pre-injury performance and functionality.

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Persistent (Chronic) Pain Physiotherapy

Any Stage Physiotherapy understands persistent pain and the potential effects on someone’s day-to-day lifestyle. Persistent pain, known more commonly as chronic pain, has been classified as pain lasting for at least three months. This pain can be constant, or it can come and go.

Persistent pain can interfere with your work, sport and social commitments. Persistent pain may be experienced in any region of the body, with various symptoms including aching, burning, shooting pains, stiffness etc. Common types of persistent pain may be related to arthritis, back/neck pain, or muscular pain, including fibromyalgia.

It is essential to identify the cause of your persistent pain, noting that it may be multifactorial. Persistent pain may be related to a physical injury, which is easily assessed. However, persistent pain can often be intensified based on past experiences, stress and anxiety.

Here at Any Stage Physiotherapy, after conducting a thorough assessment, we implement an active approach to persistent pain, providing an empowering experience as we help you understand your condition.

We use active movements and exercises tailored to your needs to demonstrate how you can implement strategies independently. These strategies lead to a self-management style of treatment, allowing you to confidently implement strategies to prevent flare-ups or manage exacerbations of pain. This style helps progress you towards pain-free function and will enable you to reach your goals.


Pre & Post Operative Rehabilitation

Pre-operative Rehabilitation:
Pre-operative rehabilitation (Prehab) is a functional exercise-based treatment prescribed to improve people’s strength and function before surgery. By undertaking a structured prehab program, you can significantly improve your response to surgery.

Here at Any Stage Physiotherapy, we can develop a tailored pre-operative rehabilitation program that is designed to assist you with:

  • An individualised exercise program, optimising your range of motion, strength, endurance and coordination before surgery;
  • Information on what to expect immediately after surgery;
  • Information on how to manage pain, swelling, sleep and movement after surgery;
  • Information on how to reduce the risk of post-operative complications
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Post-Operative Rehabilitation:

Our Physiotherapists are here to assist you in recovering from surgery and progressing your movement, strength and function, as you endeavour to reach your goals. Any Stage Physiotherapy takes the guesswork out of your post-operative treatment.

Postoperative rehabilitation is a systematic and tailored approach that your Physiotherapist implements and is often guided, initially, by surgeon protocols.

How Any Stage Physiotherapy assists with post-operative rehabilitation:

  • Advice, education, and guided support through each stage of your recovery;
  • Pain, swelling and scar treatment strategies;
  • Progression through mobility, strength, balance and coordination requirements;
  • A guided return to daily activities and independence;
  • Implementation of activity and sport-related movements;
  • A return to recreational activities and sport

A structured treatment plan by Any Stage Physiotherapy, with an individualised approach, can provide goal-related progressions through each of the stages mentioned above.

Want to reduce your pain? Looking to fulfil a pain-free, active lifestyle? Need assistance pre or post-surgery?

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How we work

At Any Stage Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine, we hear your story and take a detailed history. To that end, we create an individualised treatment plan, including Assessment & Diagnosis aimed at achieving the functional goals we set together.

Treatment & Therapy forms an integral part of our approach to treating the whole body, not just a complaint in isolation. This service is fundamental to ensuring our patient's long-term health and wellness, as they return to pain-free sport, work and everyday life.

We take the time to understand the root cause of your problem in order to provide the best and most effective treatment. Utilising our experience as 'movement specialists', we’ve found that Continued Care is a crucial part of the recovery process.

Physiotherapy North Ryde FAQs

Yes, we are open on Saturday mornings, 8:00 am – 2:00 pm.

Yes! Any Stage Physiotherapy can swipe your private health insurance card through our HICAPS terminal at the end of your appointment, making for an instant way of claiming your rebate. How much your Insurer pays will depend on your Provider and level of cover. If you forget your Private Health Insurance card, we can provide you with the necessary information to claim your Insurer’s website or branch.

If you have an Enhanced Primary Care (EPC) referral from your GP, a portion of your Physiotherapy appointment will be covered by Medicare. Please contact us if you have any questions related to Medicare and how you may have the potential to receive financial assistance for Physiotherapy. 

  • During your first consultation, we will guide you through a detailed and comprehensive assessment to determine the cause of your pain or the severity of your injury. 
  • We will implement the most effective and individualised treatment plan based on your initial assessment.
  • Treatment will include concise education and advice regarding the assessment, diagnosis and treatment plan, moving to a functionally-based treatment plan to assist you in reaching your goals.
  • Your treating Physiotherapist will also liaise with your Doctors, Sports Physician, Specialists, or coaches as required.
  • Please arrive a few minutes early to complete some paperwork
  • Please wear appropriate clothing to expose the area requiring treatment easily. We do have shorts that you can borrow if required.
  • Please also bring along any doctor’s referral letters, scan reports (MRI, ultrasound or x-ray) and your private health insurance card to claim your rebate at the time of your appointment.
  • Physiotherapists are primary care practitioners, so you will not need a referral.
  • However, a Doctor’s referral is required for Workers’ Compensation, CTP and DVA patients.

Yes, we stock a range of boots and braces for various body areas. If we do not have what you need in stock, we can generally order and have it in the clinic within 48 hours. Our  Physiotherapists are experienced in taping techniques related to sporting requirements and pain modification. This will be discussed as a potential tool to assist with your treatment.