What we provide
– Full body biomechanical assessment
– Acute injury assessment and treatment
– Injury assessment and recovery programme
– Running assessments
– Post-op recovery
– Injury prevention
– Sports massage
– Rehabilitation aimed at optimising your function and performance
– Strength & Conditioning including assessment and programming
Full Body Biomechanical Assessments
Looking at your body as a whole unit gives you a much better idea of why things are breaking down, what needs to be changed and/or why you’re in pain now. We look at the way you use your body, the way you use your muscles, the way your joints move (or don’t move) and help you identify the changes you need to make to be better, stronger, faster.
Performing a full body biomechanical assessment also enables us to treat more complex cases. It helps us identify the underlying problem that is driving your pain or causing the feeling that your body just isn’t working the way you want it to.
Performing a running assessment is a great way to improve your running technique and improve your efficiency. Running assessments can help prevent injuries before they take your off the road.
During an assessment, we’re looking for technique issues that may lead to joint or muscle overload – or may simply slow you down. We will assess you and then put together a plan to help you reach your goal time or goal distance.
Our physios love working with sportsmen and women of all levels – including juniors who playing school sports.
Each of our physios has worked with patients from a huge variety of different sports including marathon runners, martial arts, ice skaters and weekend warriors. We also work with patients from golfers to competitive dragon boat teams to those participating in the occasional lawn bowls.
Min has gone through the extensive training process to become a specialised musculoskeletal titled physiotherapist. Bonnie has done extensive training and work with sports men and women, including specific extra study for golf related issues. One of our physios Ali is also a podiatrist and she has worked extensively with runners, personal trainers and CrossFit athletes who are wanting to exercise in a way that is exciting and challenging.
Principal physio Pip has provided physio coverage to the Hopman Cup (elite tennis), Nitro Circus during their Sydney tour and has also worked with professional rugby and semi-professional cricket players. If you’re looking to make sure there aren’t any restrictions in your cranium then we recommend you book in to see Pip. Restrictions within the cranium can be common after orthodontic work, nasal and dental surgeries, and as a result of whiplash or concussions. Restrictions within the cranium can have a significant impact on your body function.
Our women’s health physio, Bonnie and Pip have worked with large numbers of women looking to get back into sport after babies, or those wanting to continue their sport or exercise of choice without experiencing pelvic floor issues. For more information check out our women’s health page.
Our amazing massage therapists are available to help you prepare for, or recover from a sporting event.