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Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine
110 Elder Street
Lambton Newcastle NSW 2299
Tel: (02) 4965 5655

Physiotherapy centre in Lambton - Servicing Newcastle, Belmont

Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine was formed in 2001 by partners Chris Norgard and Darren Glendenning. In 2006, the practice moved to its current location at 110 Elder Street, Lambton (Newcastle).

 

6 Physiotherapists with over 70 years of collective experience will attend to your rehabilitation requirements. Located in Lambton, we welcome patients from Newcastle, Lake Macquarie, Maitland and Port Stephens areas.

Our skilled practitioners will provide a comprehensive assessment, a diagnosis, a detailed explanation of findings and the latest evidence based "hands on" management techniques required so that you can resume your normal lifestyle as soon as possible. They will do this in a professional, ethical and responsible manner.

Our physiotherapists have sound professional relationships with various Newcastle/Hunter specialists, coaches, trainers and colleagues to ensure a multi-disciplinary approach when required for a timely and effective result. 

Here are some more compelling reasons:

  • An image of facilities in our physiotherapy centre in NewcastleWe pride ourselves on a one-on-one, comprehensive "hands on" professional approach;
  • We strive to identify and address the underlying cause of your problem;
  • Access to the latest equipment, such as slow motion video analysis, to optimise treatment choice;
  • Access to a fully equipped gymnasium for a comprehensive treatment approach with regards to exercise prescription;
  • Staff willingness to teach and remain up-to-date within their field of expertise;
  • Vast experience with injury prevention strategies;
  • Community sport involvement;
  • Easy parking, friendly staff and open extended hours.

Our friendly staff will strive to ensure your appointment exceeds your expectations.

Please pass on to Meaghan a great big thank you for her advice and treatment over the last few weeks. I did state that I would email her the outcome of my race.

Because of her treatment and advice I was able to complete my ultra-marathon event over the weekend (Jabulani Challenge) in 4.52hrs finishing 16th overall. The soreness and issues I was having didn't affect my race and Ive recovered reasonably well.

I'm now enjoying a break, however when I commence training for another race, I intend to confirm with Meaghan my training program to avoid the overuse issues I was experiencing.

Thanks again.
~Scott

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Contact details

Lambton Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine
110 Elder Street
Lambton Newcastle NSW 2299
Tel: (02) 4965 5655

Business hours

Mon 7.00am - 6.30pm
Tue 8.30am - 6.00pm
Wed 7.00am - 6.00pm
Thu 8.30am - 6.30pm
Fri 7.00am - 5.00pm
Sat Closed
Sun Closed

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“ Please pass on to Meaghan a great big thank you for her advice and treatment over the last few weeks. I did state that I would email her the outcome of my race. Because of her treatment and advice I... ”

- Scott
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