Strength and Conditioning Programs for Athletes and Return to Sport or Work
Following a work place injury and workers compensation recommendations our experienced Physiotherapists with dual degrees in Exercise Science can take you through your program to rehabilitate back to your normal work duties. With a fully equipped gym available as well as Reformer Pilates and Crossover Symmetry, we have everything you need to restore you to your full health.
Have a Physiotherapist analyse your functionality, muscular imbalances, weaknesses and mobility issues through individualised assessments. Our analysis is based on your needs and areas of concern or injury. We combine our knowledge of biomechanics, functional movement patterns, Physiotherapy expertise with our exercise physiology and coaching knowledge to provide you with specific conditioning exercises to improve your performance, reduce pain and injury and normalise imbalance or weakness.
Our Assessment includes but is not limited to:
- Overall posture analysis
- Gait and running mechanics
- Squat and Deadlift mechanics
- Joint range of motion
- Muscle length
- Comparison left and right muscle bulks
- Overhead exercise including pull ups, overhead squats, snatch technique etc
- Stability of scapula/pelvis/trunk
- Core strength
Individualised conditioning programs:
At the end of your assessment you will be given an exercise program to improve any areas of concern. These are Sports Specific /Individualised Programs to suit your training circumstances and goals. Conversely they may be used to improve your pain or for rehabilitation purposes post injury or surgery. Programs are monitored and progressed to high level function and strength. Programs may also be written with specific sporting performance in mind.
Examples include but are not limited to:
- Pelvic and core stability
- Shoulder, hip and ankle mobility
- Gluteal and abdominal strengthening
- Scapula and shoulder strengthening
- Specific CrossFit gymnastics strengthening
- Weightlifting and generalised body conditioning