Sarah Key's Sydney clinic which has now closed was the
most established Australian spinal treatment
centre, attending to patients from across Australia and
beyond. Sarah is now treating patients at her 'back
pain' retreats at 'Uloola' in the Upper Hunter Valley
and her newly-built treatment studio in Newport on
Sydney's northern beaches
For over 31 years our busy Bridge Street clinic behind Circular Quay has been
a destination for patients from across Australia and abroad as the ultimate
back pain centre.
Now, Sarah treats her patients in the country
where, for several days each month, you can benefit from her
(usual) outstanding spinal treatment.
She also consults with patients at her newly-built treatment
studio in Newport on Sydney's northern beaches.
Remember, Sarah Key specialises in backs that nobody else can fix!
The founder director of the pre-eminent Sydney spinal physiotherapy clinic is Sarah Key MVO. The doors of SKPC first opened in 1987. In the years prior to that Sarah, an Australian, made waves in London's famous Harley Street area, where she opened a private clinic at the age of 26. Sarah was summoned to attend to Her Majesty The Queen in 1988. In 2003, the Queen made Sarah a Member of the Victorian Order.
Sarah upcountry in farming mode
Over the last couple of decades Sarah has become a recognised therapist, writer, lecturer and commentator on spinal problems in both the UK and Australia. Sarah sees patients these days at her rural intensive spinal treatment centre 'Fernleigh' in the Upper Hunter Valley (see link at page bottom).
The above graph shows unsolicited responses of 130 people. It shows their pain score out of 10 after using the BackBlock.
In terms of how happy are they, you can see that 'ecstatic, stopping people in the street' is second to 'very'
In the fulness of time, you may wish to complete your own Survey of progress in your back treatment if for no other reason than charting your own improvement. It's 10 easy questions. We'd love to hear.
For a more in-depth understanding of the skills that make a true spinal therapist, you may like to read 'What is Physiotherapy?'
Non-specific back pain is still a conundrum in the world of spinal medicine. Read about a possible explanation here.
Spinal Physiotherapy is another page about some of the more arcane aspects of healing a chronic back problem.
We don't only see spinal problems at our Sydney spinal physiotherapy centre. We treat all the skeleton's peripheral joints too. You may like to read about Knee Replacement Physiotherapy for example.
Muscle spasm is an integral part of both acute and chronic back pain. You can read here about Muscular Rigidity