Established in 1986 the South Sydney Sports Medicine Centre (formerly known as South Sydney Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre) has a proud reputation in the Eastern suburbs catering for injured people from all walks of life.
The Centre is owned and managed with its original founders Grace Bryant, Nathan Gibbs, Elizabeth Steet and Mark Beaven.
Originally located on Bunnerong Rd, Maroubra. Out growing these premises we moved to our current location in Kensington, in 1995.
The Multi-Disciplinary Centre thrives on a team approach to managing your injuries, utilizing the experience and expertise of its partners, associates and staff
Centrally located on Anzac Pde with parking underneath and a bus stop at the door.
Our Experienced team at South Sydney Sports Medicine has been providing decades of sports medicine/physiotherapy care for:
- Sydney Swans AFL
- Rugby League teams including Sydney Roosters, South Sydney Rabbitohs, Manly Sea Eagles, Newtown Jets, City, Country, Indigenous All Stars, NSW State of Origin and the Australian teams
- Australian Netball Team, Sydney now NSW Swifts Netball
- NSW Cricket
- Tennis players
- Ironmen and women
- Bangarra Dance Company
- Australian Women’s and Men’s Water Polo teams
- Olympic and Commonwealth games headquarters
Injury Management Philosophy
Whether you are an elite, recreactional or industrial athlete, SSSMC’s primary aim is to provide you with our excellence in the diagnosis and management of your injuries.
Utilising the specialised skills, evidence based knowledge and experience of our team. Providing you with an optimal recovery time and enhanced performance.
Our treatment philosophy is the same for the elite, industrial and recreational athlete.
Our specialised team of Sports Physicians, & Sports doctors, Sports physiotherapists & Physiotherapists, Orthopaedic Surgeons, Podiatrists, Dieticians and Exercise Physiologists have your well being and goals for your recovery as our main concern and seek to achieve this in a professional, ethical, empathic and timely manner.