We also conduct a comprehensive musculoskeletal screening for sporting teams and individuals. This assessment involves a thorough examination of the way an individual's body is functioning, with particular emphasis specific to their sport and daily life activity.
Injuries occur everywhere. They don’t just strike high-level athletes. They can happen to construction workers, people performing manual labour daily, or frankly any professional in a workplace. It’s an unfortunate hazard of the job, one that can have an immediate impact on your job performance or even your pay. When you are dealing with an injury, you need a Melbourne sports physiotherapist who can help you rehabilitate and get through that injury.
At Back On Track Sports Physiotherapy, we employ physiotherapists who can work with you to rehabilitate your physical injuries and keep you active, healthy, and happy. Because all our therapists are athletes or former athletes who have performed at elite levels and have experienced injuries, they understand the mental and physical tolls that those injuries can have on you. Through hands-on treatment, they can treat and rehabilitate you so that you can get back to doing what you love in and out of the workplace.
Our treatments include a range of hands-on therapies, ergonomic advice, and strengthening activities that will help you correct postural or muscle issues that you’re dealing with on the job. We can also advise you on the proper tactics for ongoing health and well-being, as well as techniques including clinical Pilates, floor exercises, and suspension training.
When you are ready to discuss injury treatment for you, or for your employees, give us a call on 03 9885 8456 for more information and to consult with an experienced Melbourne sports physiotherapist.
All major health fund accepted here (HICAPS)
(03) 9885 8456
0407 118 477
WhAt Is The Difference Between A PHySIOThERAPIST and a Sports Physiotherapist?
Sports Physiotherapists have undertaken further post-graduate studies at the university level and are specialised at assessment, diagnosis and treatment of sports injuries.
They have advanced clinical reasoning skills to diagnose, design and implement a conditioning program that assists in early return to sport, prevents re-occurrence of injury and enhances athletic performance.
There are constant changes to the evidence based practice and understanding of sports injury so Sports Physiotherapists are required to keep up-to-date with ongoing education and clinical reasoning.
Sports Physiotherapists are experienced physiotherapists who have undertaken further training at a post-graduate University level and completed examinations by the Australian Physiotherapy Association to account for their advanced standing in the profession. - See more here
Sports Physiotherapists are also specialised in traveling with elite athletes, teams and covering all levels of tournaments (state, national and international).