Sports Medicine Clinic Top Ryde

say goodbye  to your pain

Your Journey to Pain-Free Living Starts Here

First session at just $99

Ryde's Leading Sports Physiotherapists

new patient offer

Get your first physiotherapy consult for $99

Jenny providing Physiotherapy treatment in Ryde Hyperwell 2

What you can expect

- A 30-minute private consultation with health professionals who care
- Advice you can trust, based on extensive experience and leading health recommendations
- Full Comprehensive Injury Assessment
- Identify The Underlying Cause Of Your Problem
- Hands-on therapy and exercises for immediate pain relief that lasts
- Prescription Of Home Program Of Exercises
- Individualised Treatment Plan For Recovery
Login details to PhysiTrackApp on your smartphone so that you never forget your exercises

You will walk away feeling in control of your recovery
On The spot Health Fund Claims Available

we Treat the real cause of your pain, instead of the symptoms.

At Hyperwell, the leaders of Sports Physiotherapy in Ryde, we provide the gold standard in injury management and rehabilitation to get you back to doing what you love most.

Our team of experienced Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Podiatrists, Myotherapists and Exercise Physiologists in Top Ryde City ensure that your problem is fixed for the long term.

We don’t only look after athletes, but anyone who wants to Move, Perform and Live Better.

move. perform. live

Our Expert Therapists are here to relieve your pain. increase strength. regain movement. improve posture. prevent injuries.

Overcome your limitations and restore optimal physical function with the sports physiotherapists of Hyperwell, conveniently located within Top Ryde City Shopping Centre. Whether you are an athlete looking to get back to your chosen sport, or simply a someone who loves to stay active, we can identify the real cause of your pain and symptoms and through world class treatment and rehabilitation, get you back to your best performance. Our patients receive the very best in hands on care as well as industry leading rehabilitation, thanks to our own functional rehab gym onsite. Unlike average physiotherapy clinics, your treatment does not only take place on treatment beds. Instead, your physiotherapist will be able to properly rehabilitate your injury in our gym, the way it ought to be.


Our Ryde-based chiropractors are trained to restore optimum spine and joint movement as well as function so that you can move and perform at your best, without pain. We certainly don’t believe in 5 min chiropractic treatments, instead focus on delivering high quality treatments. As a patient you will assessed thoroughly and treated using a number of techniques, that may include soft tissue therapy, spinal and joint manipulation, exercises and education. Whilst chiropractors are widely considered spinal practitioners, they can actually treat all joints of the body. Still not sure? Why not book in a FREE ASSESSMENT with Dr Antra today.

The exercise physiologists at Hyperwell Ryde assist their clients by delivering safe and effective exercise-based interventions for people with acute, sub-acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities.

As well as musculoskeletal injuries and strength & conditioning, our exercise physiologists develop and deliver custom programs for a range of patient groups including musculoskeletal, cardiovascular, metabolic, neurological, post-surgical, respiratory, pulmonary and mental health.

As a client, your exercise physiologist will assess, develop and implement  a program with you to reach your target health goal. 

Hyperwell Health & Performance Remedial Massage Clinic in Ryde 2

Myotherapists in Ryde are not to be confused with your average massage therapist. Whilst they are still relatively new in Australia, they are in fact quite a big hit overseas. They are university trained health professionals that can assess and treat a wide range of musculoskeletal problems. Apart from all of the best massage techniques, they also combine highly effective joint mobilisation treatments, exercise prescription, dry needling and cupping techniques to their treatments to give their clients not only pain relief, but also maintain optimum function and wellbeing.


The podiatrists at our Ryde clinic are trained to provide you with the full scope of clinical podiatry, including comprehensive foot assessments, custom orthotics, various treatments, and in-clinic surgery. Many of our clients attend on a regular basis to help ensure that their feet are always in their very best condition. 

Clininxk 1
get in touch

Contact us

If you have any feedback or questions, please contact us by filling out this form or via the methods below:

Frequently Asked Questions

What is physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy at Hyperwell Health & Performance in Ryde is delivered by highly trained allied health professionals. This Physiotherapy treatment is applied in a private one-on-one setting. Most commonly, physiotherapy involves the careful diagnosis, education and treatment of many common conditions relating to bones, joints and muscles, including chronic pain.

Why should I see a physiotherapist?

Hyperwell Health & Performance physiotherapists in Ryde help your body to move and feel its best. This is achieved through professional assessment, diagnosis, treatment and prevention of your presenting complaint or condition. Physiotherapy techniques aim to assist in repairing tissue damage, reduce pain and increase mobility through exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. At Hyperwell Health & Performance in Ryde we use the best equipment available as part of this process. Physiotherapy can help people of all ages and abilities. You may turn to physiotherapy when you’re ill, injured or ageing. But it’s also valuable to prevent musculoskeletal problems from happening in the first place.

How can physiotherapy help?
  • Surgery Recovery or preparation (pre-hab)
  • Sports injury physiotherapy management
  • Physiotherapy for arthritic conditions
  • Physiotherapy based treatments for chronic pain
  • Acute & chronic back pain treatment
  • Physiotherapy techniques to manage headaches and migraines
  • Pre- and post-natal physiotherapy
  • Increasing sports performance with guided physiotherapy programs
  • Conditions that benefit from physiotherapy delivered dry needling
When should I see a physiotherapist?

If you are experiencing any pain or injury in your body, then may benefit from physiotherapy treatment. This might include pain due to a sudden on-set injury, a niggling concern you’ve been experiencing for a short period, or a more chronic presentation which has started to impact other areas of your life. Whatever your case, an Upwell physiotherapist will help to get you on the path to recovery.

What training and registration is required to be a physiotherapist?

A minimum tertiary study period of four years is required to become a physiotherapist. Most Physiotherapists at Hyperwell Health & Performance in Ryde also have additional Post Graduate qualification including Masters Degrees.  Once a person has graduated with a physiotherapy degree, they may wish to specialise in a particular field which will involve further postgraduate study, usually in the form of a Master’s Degree.

 Further, ever Australian physiotherapist must be registered with the Physiotherapy Board of Australia.

What sort of treatment do physiotherapists use?

Physiotherapists are trained to assess, diagnose and treat your condition and to help you understand it so you can manage your own health.

The following are common treatment methods physiotherapists may use:

  • Joint manipulation and mobilisation to reduce pain and stiffness and increase range of movement.
  • Exercise programs to improve mobility and strengthen muscles.
  • Muscle re-education to improve control.
  • Hot and cold packs, and electro-therapy to relieve pain, reduce swelling and speed up healing process.
  • Clearance techniques and breathing exercises.
  • Assistance with use of aids including: splints, crutches, walking sticks and wheelchairs.
How is physiotherapy delivered at Hyperwell Health & Performance?

Your first appointment at Hyperwell Health & Performance in Ryde will be a 45-minute session, which will include:

  • Objective and Subjective Assessment
  • Diagnosis and Education
  • Treatment; and
  • A discussion about your Care Plan including exercises for you to do at home between appointments.

Following your initial consultation, you will be re-booked into one, or a number of subsequent consultations so that you have every opportunity to achieve your health and wellness goals as outlined in your Care Plan.  If we feel your recovery would be assisted by input from any other Hyperwell services (e.g. exercise physiology, myotherapy, podiatry, chiropractic, group exercise classes etc), we will recommend this as part of Care Plan discussion.

How regularly will I need to see a physio?

This will really depend on your health and wellness outcomes as agreed in your Care Plan.

Is physiotherapy claimable on my private health insurance?

Most health insurance agencies do cover physiotherapy as part of extras coverage, however we would encourage you to check with your individual provider to confirm. We can provide a quotation on what portion of your appointment fee will be covered under health insurance, so please free to get in touch with us to discuss this process.

Is physiotherapy claimable on Medicare?

You may be able to receive a Medicare rebate on your physiotherapy appointment at Hyperwell. In order to do, you will need to obtain a GP Management Plan or Team Care Arrangements (formerly known as Enhanced Primary Care Plan) from your GP. Once you have your approved plan from your GP, you can then bring that into Upwell and receive a Medicare rebate which will cover you for either a full or part-portion of the service fee.

Medicare rebate is available for a maximum of five services per patient each calendar year.

Do I need a referral from my doctor for physiotherapy?

Physiotherapists are in a privileged position where by we are titled Primary Healthcare Practioners, meaning patients can access their care without a referral from a GP or specialist. We do however accept referrals from GPs and/or specialists in cases where a GP Management Plan or Team Care Arrangements (formerly known as Enhanced Primary Care Plan).

Many GPs and specialists will however refer you to seek physiotherapy intervention and we will work closely with your care team to achieve for you optimum outcomes.

still have questions?