Physiotherapy for Neck Pain

Neck pain is among the most common conditions and can be caused by a number of factors. Symptoms normally only last a short amount of time but occasionally the pain can persist. In such cases, it’s important to seek treatment as it could be due to another underlying medical issue.

So if you’ve been in discomfort for more than a few days and are looking for physiotherapy for neck pain in Sydney, you should contact us today to see how we can help. Our team of specialists will be able to provide you with an accurate diagnosis and treatment plan to help relieve any pain or discomfort you’re experiencing.

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Advanced Physiotherapy

Advanced and modern manual therapy and hands on techniques.
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1 on 1
Treatment

We listen and aim to help achieve your goals.
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Quick
Diagnostics

We quickly find the root of the condition resulting in great improvements in pain and recovery.
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of Care

Professional, Positive and Caring Staff.

Common Causes of Neck Pain

There are a number of reasons why you may be experiencing neck pain:

  • Sleeping in an awkward position
  • Poor posture
  • A pinched or trapped nerves
  • Damage to the facet joints as a result of trauma/injury
  • Muscle strains due to exercise
  • Worn joints
  • Certain diseases

There are a number of manual therapy techniques, including joint mobilisation, that our physiotherapists can carry out, to help with pain relief and allow you to return to your normal activities. 

Benefits of Getting Neck Physiotherapy

If you’ve been suffering from neck pain for more than a few days it’s unlikely the issue will resolve itself. Booking physiotherapy treatment has a number of benefits:

  • Define the root of what’s causing pain or dysfunction
  • Decrease pain and improve muscle function via manual therapy
  • Improve head and neck range of motion
  • Provide you with a detailed exercise program to help prevent the pain from returning
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How Can Physiotherapy
Help You?

Our physiotherapy services can help you in numerous ways and not just with pain relief. The correct course of physio can also help you:

  • Avoid surgery altogether
  • Stay fit and healthy at any age
  • With recovery after any necessary surgeries
  • With the management of sports injuries
  • Avoid further neck and muscles injuries in the future

Neck Pain
Symptoms

Weakness or pain in your neck will often cause you to suffer from the following common symptoms:

  • Muscle tightness and spasms
  • A stiff neck and difficulty moving your head
  • Headaches
  • Sharp pain
  • Dull ache
  • Radicular pain
  • Difficulty gripping or lifting objects

If you’ve been suffering from any of these symptoms resulting in movement dysfunction for more than a few days, you should seek physiotherapy treatment immediately.

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What is the Cost
of Neck Physiotherapy
in Sydney?

The total cost for neck physio in Sydney will depend on the number of treatment sessions you require to fix the issue. Our physios will carry out a comprehensive physical assessment and advise you on the best course of treatment. The cost of your initial consultation ranges from $75-$110 depending on the location of the clinic.

However, health fund rebates may be accessible through your private health insurance or worker’s compensation, depending on the nature of your injury. To find out more about health fund rebates we recommend contacting your insurance provider. If you are unsure about our prices and would like some more information, please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Why Choose Infinity Allied Healthcare as your Neck Physiotherapist

At Infinity Allied Healthcare,  we don’t just treat your physical symptoms, we look after your overall health and encourage an active lifestyle too. We know that the whole body is connected and so to determine the cause of your injury we assess your whole body. This way we’re able to accurately provide you with the most comprehensive treatment plan, tailored just for you.

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Meet Our Team

Sydney’s Leading Physiotherapists

Meet our team of physiotherapists here at Allied Infinity Healthcare:

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ALLEN YANG

Principal Physiotherapist and Founder

Allen graduated from Sydney University in 2010 and developed his interest in musculoskeletal physiotherapy through his love of the sport. After suffering from injuries in his younger years, he learnt the importance of maintaining a healthy body. His passion and drive for understanding musculoskeletal injuries have led him to research the most effective forms of treatment.

Samson Fong

Physiotherapist

Samson has a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney as well as a Bachelors of Sports and Exercise Science. He has experience across a wide range of fields including neurological, cardiopulmonary and musculoskeletal conditions. He is passionate about helping patients return to their regular exercises and activities and making a positive difference in their lives.

Samson Fong
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JEFFREY JUSMAN

Clinical Manager & Senior Physiotherapist Chatswood

Jeff graduated with a degree in Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney and joined our team in 2016. He specializes in neck, shoulder and back conditions and is also qualified in Integrated Dry Needling. Jeff prefers using manual therapy techniques to treat his patients and ensures he assesses their whole bodies to determine the source of the problem.

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FAQs

If you have any more questions regarding our neck pain physiotherapy in Sydney, please contact us today for any more information you require or book for your first appointment. In the meantime below are our most frequently asked questions which may also help you.

Physiotherapy is considered one of the most effective ways to treat neck pain.

Regular physiotherapy and exercising will help the ongoing management of any neck pain.

After injuring your neck it is common for the pain to get slightly worse for a day or two but after that, it should start to feel better.

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