WHAT IS PHYSIOTHERAPY
Physiotherapists are trained in the treatment of injury, and as such, are often the first stop for injured athletes. Physiotherapy diagnose and treat through the use of optimal techniques to help you get back on track with your sporting endeavours. Physiotherapy treatment utilises techniques including mobilisation, soft tissue release, stretching, proprioceptive training and functional rehabilitation.
OUR PHYSIOTHERAPY SERVICE
We provide the highest quality diagnosis and treatment through the use of optimal techniques. Treatment utilises techniques including mobilisation, manipulation, soft tissue release, stretching, training and functional rehabilitation. Our goal is to combine all aspects of rehabilitation to not only treat your injury, but also to prevent re-occurrence and empower you with the tools to self-manage any minor symptoms that may present.
Titled APA Sports Physiotherapist, Masters of Physiotherapy, Post Grad Cert. Physiotherapy, BPhty, Bsc.
Clinical Interests – Sports Injury Management and Rehabilitation; Pre & Post Orthopaedic Management; Running; Cross-Fit; Dry needling, Spinal Moblisation, Maitlands, Mulligans technique; Athlete Screening; Biomechanics
Clinical Interests -Running/ Lower Limb Injuries; Achilles Tendinopathy; Plantar Fasciitis/ Fasciopathy; Orthopaedics; Exercise Physiology; Strength & Conditioning/ Rehabilitation; Biomechanics
BSc. Athletic Therapy and Training, MSc. Physiotherapy
Clinical Interests – Strength & Conditioning, Rehabilitation, Return to Sport, Pre & post surgical management, dry needling, manual therapy, Gaelic football, AFL, soccer, golf, rugby