Western Ave & Physics Rd, Camperdown NSW 2050, Australia
Western Avenue Camperdown NS
(02) 9351 8118
Monday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Tuesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Wednesday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Thursday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Friday 7:00 AM – 6:30 PM
Saturday 8:00 AM – 12:00 PM
About the business
The Sports Clinic @ The University of Sydney | Sports Medicine - Physiotherapy - Podiatry - Exercise Physiology - Acupuncture - Massage Therapy - Dietetics
Inner city multidisciplinary centre offering physiotherapy, sports medicine, podiatry, massage therapy, acupuncture, exercise physiology & dietetics.
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Recent Google Reviews
Gabriella McDonald said 3 years ago
Great reception. Always helpful and emailing things isn't a chore to them. Treating staff have been great in my experience. Picking up on misdiagnosis.
Ellie Flannery said 4 years ago
The Sports Clinic at Sydney University is a competent, experienced and professional environment ! The staff at the clinic are outstanding and really go above and beyond for each individual patient! As someone who suffers a chronic injury, the coherence between sports physicians and physio therapists has been something that has set The Sports Clinic apart from other similar clinics I have gone to. The welcoming environment is accentuated by the wonderful reception staff who are always willing and able to help you. Honestly could not recommend this upbeat, energetic clinic more!!!
Elizabeth Condon said 4 years ago
Highly recommend the staff at the sports clinic! From the moment I walked in, the reception staff greeted me beautifully and asked how my day was. The physio that looked after me was also amazing. He was extremely knowledgeable and made me feel a lot better about my injury. He even followed up with a phone call a few days later to check if I was doing my exercises!! 10/10. thank you Sports Clinic staff!
Stephanie Lawler said 4 years ago
Over the past few years I've suffered from multiple sporting injuries of different natures. I've been treated by almost all of the practitioners at the sports and all of them have been exceptional (physio, sports doctors, podiatrist, remedial massage, acupuncture, diatition). From diagnosis, to getting back on the field, they've all been very helpful and very professional. The diagnosis and treatment/ rehab has always made sure I spend minimal time on the side line. It's also great having such a variety of services in the same place. On multiple occasions I've been able to see more than 1 practitioner on a visit (getting injured whilst at Sydney uni, and seeing a physio straight away and then straight to the sports doctor) The Sports Clinic has always provided an exceptional experience and I'd highly recommend all of their services
Pippa Kensit said 4 years ago
The Sports Clinic at Sydney University is one of the most welcoming, professional, and energetic clinics I have ever experienced. I have been a patient here for the past three years and to this date can only rave about it. From the individualised and person-centred care and attention each physio, allied health specialist and receptionist gives each and every patient, to the state of the art technology and approach to injury and recovery – I am constantly blown away by The Sports Clinic. The upbeat culture of the place is truly a tribute to Stu and his team. From young children to the elderly, the clinic provides the best and most appropriate care for your own needs in an empathetic and sensitive manner. I always believe that a service where the staff remember who you are, what your about and are up for a chat have something very special and relatively rare - The Sports Clinic certainly has this!
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