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Our qualified physios treat all types of sporting injuries.

What Exactly Is Sports Physio?

Sports Physiotherapists treat injuries sustained during sporting and other recreational physical activities, such as hip impingement, back and neck strains, plantar fasciitis, ankle sprains, shin splints, shoulder dislocations, hamstring strains, and more!

How We Care

After the diagnosis has been made, you will be provided with a detailed treatment and rehabilitation plan, designed just for you. Our goal is to get you back in action quickly, while also ensuring to prevent future injuries to the maximum extent feasible. Hence, we are looking for the perfect combination of a fast-paced, yet safe recovery.

Your rehabilitation may include techniques such as joint mobilisation and soft-tissue massage, and a series of exercises which will help your body recuperate and regain its full strength and movement capacity, so that you can once more perform at 100% of your abilities. Utilising advanced physiotherapy approaches and modern technology, we make sure that you are physically ready to face your next challenge.

Common Sports Injuries We Treat

Hamstring Sprains

A common football injury because the hamstring is susceptible to strains or tears in high intensity sports.

Sprained Ankle

Stretched or torn ankle ligaments are very common in a multitude of sports and can happen by a sudden twist or by rolling it awkwardly.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)

Manage your recovery from an ACL injury after surgery. We’ll help you increase your range of movement and build up strength in your knee.

Elbow Injuries

Both Tennis Elbow and Golfer’s Elbow are common sports injuries caused by inflammation of tendons that attach to the elbow.

Sailendra at the Australian Open  :tennis:

Our Director, Sailendra recently attended the Australian Open as a travelling Physiotherapist for doubles specialist, Ivan Dodig. Congratulations to Ivan and his partner Kristina Mladenovic on winning the Mixed Doubles title  :trophy:

All physios are professionally trained to diagnose and treat sports injuries, which are often different to everyday injuries / conditions. Many physios have a special interest in a particular sport and may have post-graduate training in Sports Physiotherapy to develop advanced musculoskeletal knowledge, rehabilitation techniques and learn about pain management.

Sports physiotherapists are trained in the prevention, diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of both minor and serious sporting injuries. The majority of injuries occur when there is an imbalance between muscle strength and weakness. Physios will often perform a biomechanical analysis to identify the root cause of any patterns of movement which may lead to long term issues.