Physiotherapy for the St George community

About us

Hurstville Physio Plus has been providing excellence in physiotherapy and customer service to Hurstville and the broader St George community and beyond since 2000. Located in the heart of Hurstville Town Centre we are conveniently located on Ormonde Parade, across the street from Hurstville train station.

Or team are committed to providing the best physiotherapy treatments to clients in the St George area. We have thousands of loyal clients who happily recommend us to their family, friends and colleagues who live and work in the local area; from Hurstville to Mortdale, Blakehurst to Oatley, Penshurst to Kogarah, Peakhurst to Allawah.

Our experienced physiotherapists are committed to enhancing the health of all our clients and we pride ourselves on our ability to treat people from all walks of life.

We aim to make our clients better, faster and stronger. We continually strive to exceed the expectations of our clients by ensuring Hurstville Physio Plus provides the best, high-quality physiotherapy services. Our team are professional, caring and friendly and our practice is relaxed and welcoming.

We provide professional, individualised physiotherapy treatment for:

  • Private patients
  • Workers Compensation – SIRA
  • Medicare patients – Chronic Disease Management
  • Department of Veteran Affairs – DVA
  • Compulsory Third Party – CTP
  • National Disability Insurance Scheme – NDIS

We offer home visits for clients with acute injuries who are unable to attend the clinic.

Our comprehensive home visit service, particularly for older people, reliably supports ageing clients to confidently remain living safely in their own home.

We also provide rehabilitation, postural improvement, group fitness classes and personal training services.

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