Focus on your Rehabilitation
In first appointment You will be asked specific questions related to your particular sport or even to demonstrate some movements. Your diagnosis and treatment plan will be discussed in the usual way.
Treatment is likely to involve the use of Acupuncture to relieve pain and rehabilitation physiotherapy within the treatment room. The aim is to return to full physical activity.
Sport & Exercise Medicine Services
Our specialist sports are highly experienced in the assessment and treatment of soft tissue injuries, with award winning knowledge of Physiotherapy and acupuncture and healing. They carry out a thorough assessment, treatment and rehabilitation for all musculoskeletal injuries.
For complaints including:
Overuse injuries and stress fractures
Muscle tears, tendon and ligament sprains
Knee, ankle and foot injuries
Shoulder injuries, tennis/golfer elbow, hand and wrist pain
Work Rehabilitation Program
Injuries at work can occur suddenly, such as a slip or fall, or slowly over time with repetitive strain on an area of the body. If you are injured at work, make a claim through your employer, and the Workers Compensation Board will cover your initial assessment fee then decide if you are approved for further treatment. Be sure to make a claim through your employer within 5 days of becoming aware of your workplace injury. Workplace injuries are a common problem. We offer programs that provide workplace injury rehabilitation, work site assessments, and prevention ergonomic advice.
What are the Therapy benefits?
We focus on an active injury approach to restoring function and return to work. Whether your workplace injury has occurred from an accident or from overuse, you will find us programs helpful to:
Relieve Your Pain
Strengthen & Flexibility
Improve Your Functional Abilities
Coordinate Your Return To Work
Provide Ergonomic Advice
Provide Workplace Injury Prevention
Lower back pain
Lower back pain can be because of many reasons, but primary culprits are flexibility, stiffness in spine and hip and core muscle weakness.
Rotator cuff injury
Rotator cuff muscles are group of 4 muscles which works at shoulder joint to provide active stability throughout the range of motion due to injury these muscles are not able to keep the shoulder stable.
Tendons are the terminal part of the muscle which attaches to the bone when they are inflamed in this condition. This can have various underlying biomechanical causes.
It is an inflammation at the junction of muscle and bone at the inner side of elbow. Common reasons are poor flexibility in forearm. This is seen commonly in beginners and occasional golfers.
The Triangular Fibrocartilage Complex (TFCC) Injury
This structure provides stability around the wrist, it get damaged due to overstretching of wrist while playing.
Meniscus the shock absorbing cushion in joint, this gets injured due to unaccustomed twisting action at knee in weight bearing position. This can produce pain inside and outside of joint and if overlooked leads to secondary Osteoarthritis
Planter fasciitis is inflammation of Planter Fascia which is I twisted sling like structure in the sole. It can produce pain under the under the sole or along the inner aspect of heel.
Lower back issues
Lower back issues are primarily due to overuse injury and excess load imposed by sporting moves like fast bowling, batting in slightly bent position.
Shoulder injuries in cricketers are there due to excessive throwing, peculiar bowling action, overtraining, over exertion.
Collateral ligament injury
Collateral ligament injury in knee is due to awkward landing while fielding, twisting over fixed foot when spikes get stuck in turf while bowling or fielding.
Tennis elbow is an inflammation at the outer aspect of the elbow which produces pain around elbow and forearm. Probable reasons are use of heavy bat, over twisting of arm while bowling and biomechanical faults.
Muscular insufficiency of gluteal muscles is also one important contributing factor.
Ankle Sprain is tearing of ligaments which provides stability to the ankle it happens due to sudden change direction of movement, poor balance.
Squash and Tennis
ACL, Meniscus Issue, Shoulder (Rotator cuff injury, SLAP, Impingement), Planter Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinitis.
Meniscus the shock absorbing cushion in joint, this gets injured due to unaccustomed twisting action at knee in weight bearing position. This can produce pain inside and outside of joint and if overlooked leads to secondary Osteoarthritis.
Achilles tendonitis is inflammation at heel cord and its attachment. Artificial flooring, muscular imbalance, compromised flexibility are the contributing factors.
Runners knee, Patellar tendinitis, ITB friction syndrome, Planter fasciitis, Shin splint.