Sports Injury Rehabilitation2017-11-25T01:01:07+00:00

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Sports Injury Rehabilitation

The aim of sports injury rehabilitation is to treat and completely rehabilitate the athlete or to prevent further injury to maintain the strength, flexibility and endurance of the athlete. The goal of treatment involves protection of the injured tissues to heal and control the early inflammatory phases and to improve flexibility, strength and muscle-imbalance to ensure the full return of the athlete to a particular sport. During and following the physio treatment, the physio will construct an injury rehabilitation plan for you to follow throughout your treatment that will be personalized to improve your injury.

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We listen to you!

We understand that each patient has very specific, individual needs and goals, whether it is learning to walk again, returning to work, running a marathon, or anything in between! We also understand that your injury, pain or dysfunction is standing between you and your desired lifestyle and adversely affecting your quality of life. That is the real reason why you are here! Everything we do at Cremorne Physio is aimed at helping you to achieve these goals, restore your quality of life and ultimately… love the way you feel.

What sets us apart?

  • Winner of the Local Business Awards
  • Open early until late weekdays plus open Saturdays
  • On-the-spot health fund claims
  • Personal, one-on-one treatments in private consulting rooms
  • Cutting edge technology such as Gaitscan and PhysiApp
  • The physio of choice trusted by families on the Lower North Shore since 2001

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Our therapists focus on biomechanical analysis, specific muscle activation, balance and proprioceptive neuromuscular facilitation, postural correction and core stability training. Through these findings the physio will design the exercise programs specific to the assessment findings which will enable restoration of function, muscle reactivation and strengthening of weakened muscles. The rehabilitation sessions may be weekly face-to-face sessions and/or via a program design where the client receives program updates every 4-6 weeks. These visits are carried out for a duration of 45-60min concurrently with physiotherapy sessions.

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