Empowering Athletes with Expert Care
Sports physiotherapy, a branch within the field of physiotherapy, dedicates itself to addressing injuries and concerns prevalent among sportspeople. Athletes continuously push their bodies to achieve peak performance, subjecting muscles, joints, and bones to substantial strain. This distinct injury type sets it apart from everyday mishaps. Sports physiotherapists play a pivotal role in facilitating athletes’ recovery from such injuries, concurrently equipping them with essential knowledge and tools to proactively prevent future setbacks. To ensure athletes receive optimal care, Sports & Exercise Physiotherapists undergo advanced training in their FACP specialisation.
At PhysioWorks, our pride lies in a dedicated team of clinicians, each exemplifying fervent interest and adeptness in sports physiotherapy. This expertise uniquely positions them to cater to a broad spectrum of athletic clients, spanning from accomplished professionals to enthusiastic amateurs. Notably, these skilled practitioners adeptly address both immediate and lingering injuries stemming from acute trauma or overuse. Their comprehensive services extend to athletes of all age groups and skill tiers, actively participating in sports across diverse levels of competition.
Members of Sports Physiotherapy Australia
Distinguished as esteemed members of Sports Physiotherapy Australia (SPA), our physiotherapy team possesses a comprehensive grasp of cutting-edge, evidence-based practices. Their exceptional skills in precise assessment and diagnosis of sports injuries, coupled with adept utilisation of ‘hands-on’ treatment techniques and individually tailored exercise protocols, not only expedite recovery but also mitigate the potential for subsequent injuries.
Through SPA affiliation, our practitioners gain access to the latest advancements in sports physiotherapy. A notable proportion of our skilled professionals display a pronounced focus on managing sports-related injuries.
The dynamic sports physiotherapy squad at PhysioWorks extends unwavering support and care to numerous sports teams and educational institutions. Our commitment finds expression in active involvement with various sporting clubs, schools, and community events. Connect with us today to address your sports physiotherapy needs and embark on your journey to athletic well-being.
PhysioWorks Acute Sports Injury Clinic
PhysioWorks has established an Acute Sports Injury Clinic at some of our practices to assist with the early assessment and management of acute sports injuries.
Sports Physiotherapy FAQs
Sports Physiotherapy is the specialised branch of physiotherapy which deals with injuries and issues related to spokespeople. Practitioners with additional formal training within Australia are Sports & Exercise Physiotherapists.
What is Sports Physiotherapy?
Sports injuries do differ from common everyday injuries. Athletes usually require high-level performance and demands placed upon their bodies, which stresses their muscles, joints and bones to the limit. Sports physiotherapists help athletes recover from sporting injuries and provide education and resources to prevent problems. Each sports physiotherapist usually has sport-specific knowledge that addresses acute, chronic and overuse injuries. Their services are generally available to sportsmen and women of all ages engaged in sports at any level of competition.
Members of Sports Physiotherapy Australia (SPA) have experience and knowledge of the latest evidence-based practice, professional assessment and diagnosis of sports injuries, and effective hands-on management techniques and exercise protocols to assist recovery and prevent future damage. SPA members have access to the most recent advances in sports physiotherapy. You'll be pleased to know that most PhysioWorks physiotherapists and massage therapists are particularly interested in sports injury management.
General Sports Physio FAQs
- Sports Physiotherapy
- Acute Sports Injury Clinics
- Sports Physiotherapy Treatment
- Youth Sports Injuries
- Sports Injury? What to do? When?
- When Can You Back to Sport?
- Sports-Related Injuries
- Knee Sports Injuries
- Sports Health Conditions
Common Muscle Injuries
Muscle pain, also known as myalgia, can result from various causes and can affect different areas of the body. Managing and preventing discomfort requires a clear understanding of these common muscle injuries. This comprehensive guide aims to explore several sources of muscle pain, including injuries in the neck and back, strains in the lower limbs, conditions in the upper limbs, systemic causes, and more.
To provide valuable insights into the management of common muscle injuries, this guide offers answers to frequently asked questions and suggests products that can aid in your recovery. Access additional information about each specific injury by clicking the provided links.
Neck & Back Muscle Injuries
Lower Limb Muscle Injuries
Upper Limb Muscle Injuries
Systemic Causes of Myalgia
More Information: Myalgia
FAQs & Products
Common Ligament Injuries
Ligament injuries are common in the human body, often causing pain, discomfort, and limitations in mobility.
Various body parts are prone to ligament injuries, such as the knee, ankle, shoulder, wrist, hand, and spine. Among the most prevalent are knee ligament injuries, which include ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) and PCL (Posterior Cruciate Ligament) injuries, as well as MCL (Medial Collateral Ligament) and LCL (Lateral Collateral Ligament) sprains.
In addition, ligament injuries can affect other areas, such as the shoulder, leading to AC (Acromioclavicular) joint injuries and dislocated shoulders. Wrist and hand ligament injuries, including thumb and finger sprains, are also common. Furthermore, ligament injuries can occur in the spine, resulting in back and neck sprains and conditions like "text neck" and whiplash. Understanding these common ligament injuries is essential for prevention, early diagnosis, and effective treatment, enabling individuals to regain their functionality and resume their daily activities.
Knee Ligament Injuries
- Knee Ligament Injuries
- ACL Injury
- PCL Injury
- MCL Sprain
- LCL Sprain
- Posterolateral Corner Injury
- Patella Dislocation
- Superior Tibiofibular Joint Sprain