2 Raymond Terrace,
Unit 9B, 1-10 Amy Close,
Terrigal: 4385 2079
Wyong: 4352 3343
Monday – Friday 8am – 7pm
Musculoskeletal and Sports Physiotherapy
All our physios are highly trained and experienced in treating both musculoskeletal and sporting injuries. We are also lucky to have clinicians that have completed their Titling in Sports Physiotherapy and Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy.
Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy is…
A Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist has been awarded this Title following rigorous postgraduate training. They apply advanced clinical reasoning, assessment skills and treatment techniques to achieve the most effective and often instantaneous results. A titled musculoskeletal physiotherapist is highly competent with conditions involving the spine, persistent pain, injuries or problems involving the nervous system, and any other complex conditions. In order to maintain their title Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist must maintain their professional development and knowledgeby attending courses, being exposed to the most current medical research.
An APA Titled Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist will:
- Diagnose and treat any underlying issues
- Ensure you have a clearer understanding of your problems and are able to apply this in the way that you move and control body movement throughout your rehabilitation phase
- Utilize advanced treatment techniques in order to deliver very specific and personalised treatment – spine and peripheral joint manipulation, specific and personal exercise prescription catered to you own personal needs
- Musculoskeletal screening and injury assessments for both athletes and non-athletes
Sports Physiotherapy is…
A Sports Physiotherapist has been awarded this Title following rigorous postgraduate training. They apply advanced clinical reasoning, assessment skills and treatment of acute and persistent sporting injuries, and the management of recreational to elite athletes. A titled sports physiotherapist is highly competent with treating and managing on field and off field injuries, injury prevention and sports specific conditioning and performance monitoring, and individualised exercise and rehabilitation programs. In order to maintain their title Sports Physiotherapist must maintain their professional development and knowledgeby attending courses, being exposed to the most current medical research.
An APA Titled Sports Physiotherapist will:
- Diagnose, treat and manage your sporting injury in a comprehensive and timely manner
- Provide you with the appropriate information regarding your injury, the return to sport management plan, and prognosis
- Rehabilitation and conditioning programs for effective and timely return to sport / competition
- Correspondence with your coach or trainer for collaboration and to optimise your return to sport
- Pre season screening and injury assessments