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Redcliffe – 3203 5111
North Lakes – 3491 6166
Services for Triathletes
On your initial visit to our Physiotherapist you will be given a thorough assessment to find all causes of your pain/dysfunction. The therapist will then undertake the necessary treatment, as well as fully discussing your particular problems. You will receive a tailor-made home exercise program and specific advice taking into consideration your work, sport and leisure activities.
Remedial massage is a deep massage done by a qualified massage therapist, to encourage the body’s return to normal health after injury or with muscular-skeletal disorders. It is used to treat chronic muscular-skeletal imbalances, strains, sprains, bruising or any injury where the skin is intact. We also offer sports massage.
Exercise Physiologists specialise in the delivery of exercise, lifestyle and behavioural modification programs for the prevention and management of chronic diseases and injuries. They provide physical activity and behaviour change support for clients a variety of conditions. Many Exercise Physiologists are also personal trainers.
Dietitians are university-qualified health professionals that can provide you with scientifically-proven methods, support and motivation to help you achieve your goals and improve your life. Dietitians have specialist training in the field of nutrition. They can help you to translate scientific information regarding health and nutrition into practical information about healthy eating and healthy food choices.
Pilates exercises are extremely precise and focus on core stability muscles whilst challenging the global muscle system to produce length and strength. Consistent Pilates workouts will enhance your quality of life by improving your strength, flexibility, posture, body awareness and stamina.
Price on application. Please contact North Lakes – 3491 6166 for further information
Health Tips from our Physios
1. “Runners often experience pain under the arch of the foot, and this is often a condition called plantar fasciitis. Proper diagnosis is essential, and a combination of physiotherapy and podiatry will help to fix the problem. Rolling your foot on a golf ball or footeez can be useful to start with.
Some information on the condition is on our website.
2. “Cyclists can have tight and/or weak hips. They can develop muscle imbalances which have the potential to cause hip issues and even knee problems via the soft tissue connections. In this way a problem with your TFL (tensor fascia latae, hip muscle) can create patellofemoral (kneecap) problems in the knee.