Children’s sporting injuries are common at the start of a new season. It is not uncommon for kids to do 5 or 6 days a week of their chosen sport, especially if they play for school, club and representative or academy teams. We commonly hear that 10 to 16-year-old kids are clocking up 10-12 hours of solid activity. Even the highly trained AFL footballers don’t do that much full-on exercise. Unlike our young athletes, Elite players have access to complete recovery programs such as ice baths, massage, yoga and Physio to help them. It is easy to understand that the high training demands placed on a young developing body can lead to injuries.
West Lakes Physio
Sports & Rehab
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PARKING UPDATE: HOORAY! We now have 6 allocated parks in the back carpark, with a 2-hour limit. We hope this helps improve access to the clinic, but there is plenty of free parking at Westfield for those who can manage a short walk across the road. ... See MoreSee Less
In this one hour session you will learn the evidence for various treatment options including medication, exercise, joint injections and surgery. The benefits of the exercise and education GLA:D program will be a key focus. Register to book your place firstname.lastname@example.org or call 83472043 ... See MoreSee Less
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Wow-what a year! One year ago, we rebranded to West Lakes Physio-Sports and Rehab. I can't believe all we have achieved in such difficult times for small businesses. A huge thank you to our amazing team of reception staff, physios and massage therapists for all you do to make this a great work environment. And to all our patients that have tolerated construction works, parking difficulties and covid protocols-THANK YOU for your continued support and for referring your friends and family. ... See MoreSee Less
Congratulations 👏 great team 😁😷
Wow that’s gone quick!!
All the hard work is paying off. X
Last night, we were blessed to have renowned Pain Science Guru Dave Butler share his knowledge and time in an informal Question and Answer session in the clinic. David Butler is a physiotherapist, an Associate Professor, an educator a researcher and a clinician who has played an instrumental role in helping the physiotherapy world and beyond understand the complexities of chronic pain.
As Adelaide trained physios, we have all benefited from his teachings and are better therapists because of it. Last night was extra special as he announced that it would be his last education session at a small private practice clinic.
So a huge thank you to Dave and to Peter Barrett for organising the session. Great mates that have shared a long and fruitful journey together in the physiotherapy profession.
For more info about the multiple publications that Dave has co-authored for patients to read and learn from, see: www.noigroup.com/shop/ ... See MoreSee Less
Sad to have missed it, but what a legend, what a physio!
Looking good Dave! As are all my Physio friends. 💕
Good on ya Dave!
See you tomorrow