The Surfcoast’s own Sports Medicine Centre
Located in Torquay, on the beautiful Surf Coast near Geelong, Torquay Sports Medicine Centre offers high-quality sports medicine, physiotherapy, podiatry, remedial massage and dietician services to help keep you active, healthy and happy.
We’re proud to bring progressive and client-focussed care to the Surf Coast to help you recover and get back to the activities that you love following injury or illness. Our dedicated team are able to help you with a variety of conditions causing you pain and discomfort and get you back on track.
With easy-to-access facilities, including wheelchair access, and Medicare and HICAPS processing on-site, our health professional and customer service teams are here to help.
Our central Surf Coast location means we are easily accessible for residents in Torquay, Barwon Heads, Anglesea, Armstrong Creek, Mount Duneed, Breamlea, Bells Beach, Connewarre, Moggs Creek, Moriac, Aireys Inlet and Lorne.
We believe in bringing the best to the Surfcoast, through progressive and innovative practice.
A Team-Based Approach
We’re passionate about assembling a team of health practitioners behind you to best serve your health needs.
Our team of health practitioners work closely with one another to help return you to being active.
Centred Around You
To help achieve the best results and return you to being healthy, we want to welcome you as part of our amazing team.
We will sit down with you and develop a management plan that suits your needs. The most important person, as always, is you.
In A Professional Environment
We’ve worked hard to create an environment that we’re both delighted to work in, and that will make you feel at ease.
Our dedicated staff, clean rooms and welcoming environment will make you feel happy you’ve engaged our services.
We have a passionate desire to deliver caring, consistent and professional care.
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