Active Strides Kids Physiotherapy Sydney

Our Mission is to help children and young adults with all abilities, build the functional skills required to move well, reach their goals and engage in the community.

What is Active Strides?

Active Strides is a private allied health hub focused on the specific needs of children, adolescents and young adults with all abilities. Active Strides is a safe, accessible, functional and most importantly a fun place to do therapy. We provide access to both physical hands-on and functional therapy to encapsulate a ‘whole’ therapy model. Our focus is to provide individualised patient centred functional therapy as part of a multidisciplinary team to support every person’s social, emotional and physical wellbeing.

Our aim is to remove the stigma of DISABILITY and focus on ABILITY

Who Can We Help?

Paediatric delayed developmental or gross motor milestones

Sitting, crawling, standing, walking jumping, running

All Abilities

Cerebral palsy, Down syndrome, Autism, Brain injury, muscular dystrophies and other congenital syndromes or conditions

Gait abnormalties

Limps, leg length discrepancies, bow legs, pronating feet, knock knees, pigeon toe (Intoeing), tight hamstrings, toe walkers

Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD)

coordination, clumsiness, balance problems


Hyper-mobility and low muscle tone


Growing pains

E.g. Sever’s disease, Osgood Schlatters Syndrome.

Musculoskeletal injuries

Postural related pains

Adolescent sporting injuries and return to sport

Post operative and fracture rehabilitation

Concussion assessment and management

Exercise for emotional regulation in young adults

Mental health, anxiety, depression, disordered eating and self esteem.

Young women in sport and fitness

Movement, exercise,  mentorship, pilates.

Family support network

We are a team of experienced health professionals with a passion for working with people of all abilities.

Free Movement Assessment Checklist

Worried about the way your child moves? Feel like they are not “keeping up with their peers”? Or maybe you even notice they are a little bit floppy or clumsy? Contact us to see if we can help or download our free movement assessment.

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