Welcome to Coastal Physiotherapy Clinic and Coastal Hand Clinic in Gosford

We are a multidisciplinary physiotherapy clinic in Gosford, on the NSW Central Coast. offering highly skilled care across a wide range of areas of service including assessment and treatment in the recovery from and rehabilitation of orthopaedic problems including, neck and back pain, shoulder and knee problems as well as sporting injuries and women’s, men’s and paediatric health.

We are the leading clinic in Hand Injury Management on the Central Coast. Our therapists have over 30 years experience to assist you in management and rehabilitation.

Join our team!

Want to work with us? Send us an email to coastalphysioclinic@gmail.com along with your CV. Put interest in physio/hand therapist @ Coastal Physio in the subject line

Full time or part time available with flexible working schedules. We have 2 separate workplaces; one being located in a gym and the other in a combined orthopaedic/sport practice.

GLA:D® – “Good Life with osteoArthritis: Denmark”

Is a program of education and exercise designed to help reduce the symptoms of hip and/or knee osteoarthritis.

There are 12 supervised exercise sessions over 6 weeks, and 2 education sessions. Please check our facebook page for regular updates re these classes.

Each session – education and exercise – will take about 60 minutes.  These sessions are run by local physiotherapists who have been trained by GLA:D® Australia.

As well as providing the treatment framework for osteoarthritis, GLA:D® Australia collects research data from participants.  This data is de-identified, which means that it can’t be used to identify participants.  We ask you to complete questionnaires with information about your health and your experiences with osteoarthritis before you start, then at 3 months and again at 12 months.  Your physiotherapist will also undertake some progression tests.  The GLA:D® Australia team will use this information to work towards improving access to the best possible care for people with osteoarthritis.

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