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At Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy our physios will work with you in providing a fast, effective and long lasting solution to your problems. You can move better and feel better today!


  • Physio
  • Hydro
  • Running Assessments
  • Pre & Post Natal
  • Dance Physio
  • Sports Physio



Your Podiatry Canberra is located with Sport & Spinal Physiotherapy to provide clients with a complete wellness solution for their foot, ankle, toenail or skin problems. 


  • Foot & Ankle Pain solutions
  • Orthotic Therapy
  • Children's Podiatry
  • Toenail & Skin Solutions
  • Diabetes



We provide a holistic approach in diagnosing, treating and preventing muscle and connective tissue disorders through remedial massage therapy.


  • muscle function
  • relaxation & wellbeing
  • increase circulation
  • reduce stress
  • work performance
  • sporting performance
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Exercise Physiologists are experts in the field of fitness & health. We design programs that are client-centred, individualised & safe.


  • Obesity & weight management
  • Cardiovascular disease
  • Diabetes
  • Arthritis
  • Post surgical rehab
  • Pre & post natal
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Our classes are run by physiotherapists who are specifically trained in the delivery of individual programs with the aim of improving function and correct posture.

Class Types

  • Matwork Classes
  • Reformer Classes
  • Strength Classes
  • Pre & Post Natal
  • Premium Gym access


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