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Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology Penrith

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Low Back Pain

The treatment of low back pain at Agility Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology is evidence based, in line with guideline based care and multi-modal. We treat disc-related low back pain, low back pain with leg pain, sciatica, muscle tension and tightness, central and lateral recess stenosis, and radicular and radiculopathy nerve pain. 

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Neck Pain & Headaches

The treatment of neck pain and headaches at Agility Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology is multi-modal and is supported by the very latest research. We treat general neck pain and stiffness, whiplash neck pain, neck pain with headaches and neck pain with nerve-related arm pain.

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Knee Injuries & Complaints

At Agility Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology the treatment of knee injuries and complaints includes knee osteoarthritis, patellofemoral pain syndrome, meniscus injuries, ligament injuries (medial, lateral, ACL and PCL) and tendinopathy complaints. Our focus is using techniques supported by research to reduce pain and return you to pain free movement.

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Osteoarthritis & Osteoporosis

At Agility Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology our approach for osteoarthritis and osteoporosis treatments is in accordance with the clinical guidelines endorsed by the RACGP. These support the use of active interventions to manage the symptoms and dysfunction associated with osteoarthritis and osteoporosis.



Diabetes is a complex metabolic condition that responds to both diet and exercise interventions. There is a wealth of evidence that suggests the use of fasting and moderate-high intensity exercise will provide greater therapeutic benefit. At Agility Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology we are up-to-date with the very best evidence in the management of diabetes.

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Cardiorespiratory Disease

The use of exercise in the management of cardiorespiratory conditions should be considered first line along with medication. At Agility Physiotherapy & Exercise Physiology we are up-to-date with the specifics of what exercise interventions are best for managing and improving the symptoms and dysfunction associated with cardiorespiratory disease.

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