Through our studies we have picked up some useful knowledge in the field of injuries and sports injuries which can occur due to one of three situations and therefore there is the possibility of them occurring again:


- Primary consequential injuries

- Secondary consequential injuries

- Non-consequential injuries


Rehabilitation is the process to regain full function following injury and involves restoring strength, flexibility, endurance and power. It is achieved through various exercises and drills. Rehabilitation is as important as treatment following an injury but unfortunately is often overlooked. The aim of a rehabilitation program is to regain pre-injury levels in all aspects of physical fitness. A full rehabilitation and strengthening program is essential to ensure full recovery and in order to prevent re-injuries. Select the options below to view exercise demonstrations:


- Targeted exercises are used to help you return to pre-injury function

- Personalised exercise prescription is used to improve mobility restrictions

- Helps reduce susceptibility to further sport-related injuries

- Preparation to avoid recurring injury episodes

- Helps achieve peak athletic performance





















Rehabilitation helps athletes effectively treat pain and return to normal function. We emphasise the importance of early injury recognition and treatment, once you have seen the correct health professional regarding your injuries are are discharged to start traigning rehabilitation, specific strengthening and flexibility exercises will be implemented. Progressive exercises are included in rehabilitation programmes to ensure the injury site returns to a fully functional state. Rehabilitation treats a range of conditions including acute sports injuries, strains, sprains, muscle, tendon and ligament repairs, tendonitis, shoulder dislocation and post surgery rehab.




- Injury prevention

- Post-operative injuries

- ACL reconstruction

- Meniscus tears

- Acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries

- Sprains and strains

- Lordosis

- Scoliosis

- Kyphosis

- Circulation

- Coordination and balance

- Exercise performance and endurance

- Muscle strength

- Improve respiratory capacity

- Loosen contracted muscles and tendons

- Mobilize joints

- Promote relaxation

- Reduce rigidity


Rehabilitation is a multi-disciplinary approach to the prevention, evaluation, and treatment of injuries. Once pain and swelling are reduced, progressive reconditioning treatment will begin. Exercises will be prescribed to target specific goals such as mobility, flexibility training, coordination of balance and joint positioning. As progress is made, the athlete and trainer can work together towards re-establishing strength.




Rehabilitation conditioning is critical to help ensure you return to the activities you love as quickly and as safely as possible. We are committed to providing high quality care for all ages and skill levels. Although you may be injured, you can stay in shape. You can use the injury period as an opportunity to strengthen other areas of the body. A personal, committed investment in healing is a strategy that will help you regain optimal performance, we can help you on your way by using methods such as:


- Functional activities.

- Sports specific exercises and training.

- Taping (Athletic and kinesiotaping)

- Muscle reconditioning

- M.ET. (Muscle Energy Techniques) / P.N.F (Prioceptive Neuromuscular Facilitation)

- Foam Rolling Training

- Trigger Point Training

- R.I.C.E (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation)

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