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About Equilibrium Physiotherapy

Equilibrium Physiotherapy (previously known as Chalmers O'Sullivan Physiotherapy) was first established in 1995 providing outpatient services in the Kogarah area and inpatient services to St George Private Hospital.

Equilibrium Physiotherapy is committed to providing a comprehensive, high quality service which includes thorough assessment, accurate diagnosis and effective individualised treatment.

Our highly skilled physiotherapists treat each patient, one on one, using evidence based practice to help achieve their goals, restore function and improve quality of life. We believe in hands on therapy as well as teaching self-management strategies including exercises which can be performed at home.
All our physiotherapists work closely with many GPs, Physicians and Surgeons in the area.

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3 Things to Improve Axillary Web Syndrome

Posted by Eqphysio on 20 July 2018
3 Things to Improve Axillary Web Syndrome
Axillary web syndrome (AWS), also known as cording can develop as a side affect of lymph nodes surgery such as sentinel node biopsy or axillary lymph node dissection. These types of surgeries ar...
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What is Vertigo?

Posted by Eqphysio on 13 July 2018
What is Vertigo?
Did you know 80% of people aged 65 and over have experienced vertigo? Vertigo is a type of dizziness that is often described as a feeling that you are spinning or that the world is spinning ...
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Knee Pain

Posted by Eqphysio on 29 June 2018
Knee Pain
The most common cause of knee pain is patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS) and usually presents with anterior knee pain. It is common in people who participate in sports and symptoms are usually ...
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Getting your body back into balance

Vestibular Rehabilitation

Our physiotherapists are trained to recognise, assess and treat patients that are suffering from vertigo from a vestibular origin such as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), vestibular neuronitis/labyrinthitis and following acoustic neuroma resection.

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