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Monday – Friday: 8.00am – 6.00pm
Saturday: 7.30am – 2.00pm
Sunday: Closed

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Welcome to Arrow Physiotherapy

Our experienced practitioners are committed to delivering the best possible care to patients of all ages to activity levels in Castle Hill & the broader Hills District.

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Arrow Physiotherapy was established in 2012, with the aim of delivering professional, personalised, high quality & evidence-based physiotherapy services, which continues to this day.Our services have expanded since this time, to also include remedial massage therapy. We pride ourselves on providing one-to-one consultations and taking the time with our patients to deliver exceptional personalised care.

Our core values include placing our patients at the centre of everything we do, being results and outcomes driven, being committed to delivering the best care possible, being driven to excel & exceed expectations and being actively involved in The Hills community.

We look forward to welcoming you to our clinic!

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Our passionate team of physiotherapists, massage therapists and administration staff are here to deliver you with the best possible care.

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Latest From The Blog

27 Jun 18
How Stressed are your Bones

Being stressed is something that you can probably relate to. However, have you ever put any thought to how stressed your bones might be? Normal day-to-day activity places a certain level of stress on your bones – this is generally healthy and helps keep your bones strong. Failure to stress your bones much (i.e. lack of physical […]

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2 Mar 18
Introducing our Nordboard

Introducing our NordBoard. Our physio, Chris Musgrave, has put his handyman skills to good use recently in constructing this fantastic piece of equipment. To see a video of it in action visit this link. Chris has written the following information about NordBoards and the benefits they have for those with a history of HAMSTRING strains. What […]

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2 Mar 18
Standing desks may not be the answer after all

A recent study (Baker et al. 2018) examining a small group of people doing 2 hours of computer work at a standing desk, resulted in: general body discomfort lower limb swelling cognitive function mental state However on the plus side, it resulted in: creative problem-solving ability As you can see, standing desks should be approached […]

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