Sports Physiotherapy in Parramatta
Active men and women of Parramatta have likely experienced some sort of sports injury at some point. Whether being used to an active lifestyle or being a professional athlete, having a nagging sports injury that won’t heal correctly can drastically affect your performance, health and well-being.
When any type of sports injury is sustained, it is important to receive urgent treatment, to ensure a fast and full recovery. Ignoring the injury may lead to more serious and permanent damage. We offer extensive sports physiotherapy at our Parramatta practice, to ensure the best possible chance of recovery for our patients.
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What is sports physiotherapy for
our Parramatta patients?
At our Infinity Allied Healthcare Parramatta practice, we offer professional sports injury physiotherapy care, tailored to the needs of professional and amateur athletes.
After a thorough assessment of an injury and an accurate diagnosis, we devise an appropriate treatment plan to ensure a safe and long-lasting recovery. We use a combination of treatment techniques which may include, manual therapy, myofascial release, soft tissue mobilisation, trigger point therapy, hot and cold therapy, Kinesio tapping and specialised equipment to treat the areas of injury.
When it is safe we will recommend strengthening exercises that must be practised at home. We will also assess when it is safe to partake in sporting activities once again, and a maintenance plan may be recommended to ensure injury prevention.
Types of sports injuries we can treat at our Parramatta practice
We are able to treat a range of injuries from minor to more severe injuries. We can also offer post-operative treatment. Treatable injuries include but are not limited to:
- Shoulder injuries
- Ankle and knee injuries
- Back and neck injuries
- Arm and leg injuries
- Head injuries
How much does sports physiotherapy cost at our Parramatta practice?
The cost of your sports injury physiotherapy at our Parramatta practice will be dependent on your condition. Once we have done a complete assessment of your condition and have a better understanding of the treatments required we will present you with a detailed quote.
If you need more information regarding our prices, please contact us.
Meet Our Team
Meet our passionate
Parramatta team :
Chester is our passionate clinical manager. He graduated from the University of Sydney with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy. He is dedicated to his patients regaining their well-being, as well as educating fellow physiotherapists on some of the latest treatments, diagnoses and clinical skills.
JOSHUA DE ROBILLARD
Josh has a postgraduate Doctor of Physiotherapy and a degree in Speech & Hearing Sciences. He helps people of all ages stay active, with acute and chronic conditions, using the extensive experience he gained in orthopaedics, sports, cardiorespiratory, neurological and private practice settings.
Cindy obtained her Master of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. By utilising soft tissue techniques, posture and sports techniques with a prescription of exercises, she is able to help her patients achieve their health goals.
To get started on your rehabilitation and treatment plan, you can book an appointment online or call us at (02) 9896 2877. You can also send your enquiries via email or visit our practice in Parramatta which is conveniently located at Shop B, 8 Cowper St, Parramatta NSW 2150.
Frequently Asked Questions
For more information please read our frequently asked questions below:
Many studies have been done to prove the effectiveness of sport physiotherapy, and it has demonstrated that it benefits joints, muscles and alignment injuries. At our Parramatta practice, we ensure to stay up to date with the most effective treatments for our clients.
Yes, sports physiotherapy is very good for athletes. Parramatta athletes that have regular treatments with us experience benefits such as injury prevention, improve performance and increase strength and flexibility.
If you are experiencing recurring musculoskeletal pain from a sporting injury, that does not seem to heal permanently that is a good indication a sports physiotherapy session may be required.