Parramatta’s CBD Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist
Welcome to Cumberland Physiotherapy Sport & Rehabilitation Centre
Cumberland Physiotherapy Sport & Rehabilitation Centre is one of the longest established physiotherapy practices in Parramatta. The principal physiotherapist is Matthew West who has been the Consultant Physiotherapist at Westmead Hospital for the past 17 years. He is the only physiotherapist in Parramatta who has a post graduate degree in musculoskeletal and manipulative physiotherapy.
Patients when they attend Cumberland Physiotherapy Sport & Rehabilitation Centre can expect a comprehensive history and detailed assessment as well as treatment of their musculoskeletal condition.
Matthew has had extensive experience in mentoring junior physiotherapists and passing on his expert knowledge to them. Patients will notice an immediate improvement in their pain and symptoms. Matthew commonly treats back and neck pain, sporting injuries, headaches as well as knee, ankle, shoulder and elbow complaints. We also treat post operative surgical patients.
Matthew is very much a hands on physiotherapist who will treat you with mobilisation and manipulation. He also has the skills to do dry needling if necessary. The practice also has at its disposal all the latest electronic equipment if necessary and all patients will be given exercises specific to their condition to help self manage.
This practice has the Hicaps facility for private health funds and is the preferred provider for HCF. We also treat Workers Compensation, Veterans Affairs patients, Compulsory Third Party patients as well as Enhanced Primary Care patients.
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Suite 60 2nd Floor, Civic Arcade, 48-50 George Street Parramatta.
Phone: (02) 9635 9356
Monday - Friday: 7am - 6pm
Where We Are
Suite 60 2nd Floor, Civic Arcade, 48-50 George Street Parramatta. The Erby Place Parking station is directly behind our building. We are a 5 minute walk from Parramatta Station, and a bus stop is conveniently located at the front entrance - click here to view parking and location