Martin Place


Darling Park

Circular Quay

Physio Sydney CBD

Bend + Mend has been providing Sydney’s CBD with Physiotherapy and Pilates services since 2003. We have 4 great locations in Martin Place, Barangaroo, Darling Park and Circular Quay, all with private rooms and specialised one-on-one care. We also have Sydney CBD’s best-loved Physios who have helped over 10,000 people recover from pain and injury.

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Meet our qualified team

Over the last 17 years, principals Fiona, Mark and Kellie have assembled a highly qualified team of wonderful Physiotherapists who all undergo extensive training to be at the top of their profession. We offer a premium service and deliver the best possible treatment to get you better quicker!

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Telehealth at Bend + Mend

At Bend + Mend we know the importance of staying healthy and not delaying treatment and recovery. Our Telehealth Services are here to help you when you may not be able to come into the clinic.

Our Physiotherapists are trained in providing effective Telehealth Physiotherapy, Telehealth Pilates for both individuals and small groups, Pregnancy and Post-Natal Telehealth Pilates sessions and Telehealth Ergonomic Assessments for individuals and companies.

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Recent Articles

News and updates from our clinics and team members

June 15, 2021

Better Understanding Of Pain

Pain is a complex subject. There are many types of pain. Pain comes in different intensities, can be specific to a location or quite diffuse. Pain can be the result…
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June 11, 2021

Knee Osteoarthritis – Physiotherapy vs Corticosteroid Injection     

A recent article from the New England Journal of Medicine investigated two separate treatment methods and their effects on knee osteoarthritis. The comparative effects were either injecting glucocorticoid into the…
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June 11, 2021

My Knee Hurts, Should I Scan It?

An interesting article came to my attention recently. A group of English researchers set out to find how common an abnormal finding is in non-painful knees. Or put simply if…
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