About Sports & Spinal Albury

Our Unique Difference

Sports & Spinal Albury was established in 2014 with the goal to provide a service that is unmatched in this region.  The way we set out to achieve this is quite simple.  We treat everyone like we would want to be treated. 

What does that mean I hear you ask?

We Actually Care!!

At Sports & Spinal Albury every client is treated as an individual. 

We deliver hands-on treatment focused on the best possible clinical outcomes. We listen. We take time to understand what your current problem and how that is impacting your life.  We explain your problem and likely causes so that you have an understanding of it as well.  We give you advice on what you can do to help yourself in order to speed up the recovery process.  We believe our role is to empowering you with the ability to help in your own treatment. 

We are also not afraid to refer if we are not the right person. Too many times we have seen clients who have had numerous treatments with another health care practitioner with no change in their symptoms. That’s not how we operate. We believe in complete and utter honesty. We are lucky enough to have an extensive network of health professionals that we communicate with regularly who we can refer out to should we feel they are better able to help you achieve your health goals.

Our client-centred approach is unique to the area. Come in and discover why so many of our clients have been referred to us by their trusted family or friend.

What is Osteopathy?

Osteopathy is a unique form of “hands on” manual therapy which recognises the important link between the structure of the body and the way it functions. Osteopaths focus on how the skeleton, joints, muscles, nerves, circulation, connective tissue and internal organs function as a holistic unit.

Our holistic views mean we have a distinctive approach whereby we treat the whole body, not just the site of injury.

Using skilled assessment and diagnosis, osteopaths can identify important types of dysfunction in your body.

Osteopaths then use a wide range of techniques including soft tissue massage, stretching, joint manipulation and mobilisation to treat injury, improve mobility, increase performance and restore health.

At Sports & Spinal Albury our practitioners have also completed extra training in dry needling and kinesio taping to further enhance our ability to treat dysfunctions.

All this means you leave knowing what your problem is, how long it may take to get better, what you can do to help it and how you can prevent recurrence.

Feel Better. Move Better. Perform Better.

Sports & Spinal Albury

Level 1, 429 Swift St
Albury, NSW
Phone: 02 6021 1975

Find Us In Central Albury

Clinic Treatment Hours

  • Mon – 9am til 8pm
  • Tues – 8am til 8pm
  • Wed – 8am til 6pm
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    Thur – 8am til 6pm
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    Fri – 8am til 5pm

Reception is open 8am Mon-Fri