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About us: who we are and what do we do?

Founded in 2009, My Physiotherapy Pty Ltd is a Mobile Physiotherapy Rehabilitation Service servicing Sydney's North, South and Eastern Suburbs and the CBD area. 


Most of our clients are of the geriatric population, often above the age of 85 years old, however, we do cater for all ages. We also provide services to NDIS (self-managing), DVA (Department of Veteran Affairs) and Medicare clients.


We work closely with the Geriatricians, Geriatric Flying Squad and Transitional Aged Care team at War Memorial Hospital in Waverley and also the Physiotherapists and other Allied Health Professional's at St Vincent's Hospital, the Prince of Wales Hospital, Wolper, St Lukes and the Eastern Suburbs Private Hospital.

​An exciting new project we have recently started is an injury prevention program specific to Brazilian Jiu Jitsu. Please contact us to book in as it is by appointment only. 


Services we look after include:

  • Older People Rehabilitation

  • People with Dementia

  • Palliative Care needs

  • Falls Prevention

  • Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehabilitation

  • Preparation for Surgery

  • Post Surgery Rehabilitation

  • Neurological Rehabilitation

  • Brain Injury Rehabilitation

  • Hip, Knee and ankle injuries

  • Back and neck injuries

  • Sporting injuries

  • Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Injury Prevention Program

  • Whiplash post car accident

  • Worker's Compensation Claims

  • Overuse Injuries

  • Muscle and joint pain

  • Headaches

  • Chronic spinal pain

  • Personal training 

  • Massage

Why are we here for you?

Our Mission: 

To deliver our services with creativity, consistency and persistency, together with bringing out our compassionate hearts to care for all. To benefit the greater good of society.



Our Vision:

To become a leader in delivering World Class Care in Physiotherapy. To create a society that strives on having compassion for one another and spread the knowledge on how to look after oneself and each other.



Our Passion: 

We believe in enhancing the quality of life to those who are in need. To empower and help people stay curious, find purpose, joy and happiness in their lives and maximise their independence.



How do we do it?

Our Values:

  • THINK AND TREAT: Treat people the way you like to be treated.

  • HAPPINESS: If everyone smiled around you because of what you do, it is easy to feel the same. 

  • PEACEFULNESS AND GENTLENESS: Soften your voice, refrain from shouting across corridors and close and open doors gently. 

  • RESPECT: Give people their autonomy, your courtesy and respect for them to choose their own way. 

  • INDIVIDUALITY: Everyone has their differences, give people options to choose.

  • DIGNITY: Explain what and why you need to do things and then ask yourself would you be happy with that explanation.

  • COURAGE: Have the courage to think outside the box and for yourself and do what you think is right without harming others, think about how you would like someone else to treat you and do the same upon others you are caring for.

  • BRAVERY: Be brave and challenge your fears of doing the "wrong" thing, discuss it with yourself and someone you respect, if they are available, would you like someone to treat you the same way? Stand up for what you think is right and how you would like to be treated.

  • PATIENCE: Give others time. Have the empathy, understanding and compassion to think. People may not have the cognitive ability or capacity to think and act the same way as you or what you think is "common sense".

  • STRENGTH: Have the strength to challenge and think why people react the way they do and do it better when others fail to do so.

  • UNDERSTANDING: Understand why people do what they do and take no personal threat. Understand that sometimes others do not understand and/or have not found a way to control what they do.

  • HUMILITY: We are human beings and sometimes we make mistakes, be prepared to apologise, accept it and alter your ways.

  • FORGIVENESS: Forgive those who cannot control their attitudes and behaviours for they have not found the way to control it yet.

  • COMPASSION: Recognising, being aware, having a warm heart, understanding and addressing problems by helping, where we can.  



"Life doesn't get easier, you just learn to get better at handling it"

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