At Trained Physio & Fitness, we understand the stress that athletes like you can put on your bodies when training or playing your chosen sport.
We focus on treating your injuries at the source while preventing chance of future damage to you.
Our physios treat athletes from a range of sporting disciplines including AFL, Soccer, Basketball, National level gymnasts, State level powerlifters and more.
We work with athletes young and old but are passionate about educating young athletes about sports injury prevention and using the right techniques and training.
Don’t suffer with pain or under-performance, our team can help you get back to your best.
We know you want to return to playing sport as quickly as possible and this sometimes requires a multi-pronged approach. Our expert physios know what it takes to get athletes’ bodies back to pain-free peak performance and so we may recommend additional treatments such as remedial massage, exercise physiology, dry needling etc. We offer all these services right here at our Perth physiotherapy practice.
We work with professional and amateur athletes, as well as casual players, to help you recover from injury and improve your movement. Our physios have a special interest in sports injuries and can examine, diagnose and treat musculoskeletal conditions.
After assessing you, our physiotherapists will discuss with you the most appropriate treatment plan and work with you to correct your training techniques and lifting techniques to ensure your have the best injury prevention strategies moving forward.
What To Expect From Your First Consult With Our Physio About Your Sports Injury
All our initial consultations are hour-long appointments, giving our physio sufficient time to thoroughly investigate your sports injury. They have a special interest in sports injuries and helping people recover from these.
We know that all sportspeople – from professional athletes to social participants – want fast and full recovery from injury, pain or mobility issues and it’s our job to make a proper diagnosis and recommend the most effective treatment plan.
At your first consult with our highly experienced physio in Perth, you can expect an in-depth chat about your symptoms and the likely cause of the sporting injury, followed by a physical examination. Once a diagnosis has been made, your physio will discuss a personalised treatment plan which, once agreed by you, will start immediately.
More often than not, successful recovery and rehabilitation requires the patient to do exercises at home. Your physio will likely suggest tools (such as using an exercise band) and DIY exercises – and they may also suggest further action (such as dry needling and radiology) to promote recovery. We offer a number of allied health services at our Perth physio practice, plus we work closely with a number of external health professionals and will always refer you to a trusted specialist.
A doctor’s referral is not needed for your first consult unless you are making a Medicare, DVA, MVA or Workcover claim. If you have private health insurance, please bring your card with you.
We look forward to welcoming you at our physiotherapy practice and getting you up and running again!
This type of physiotherapy focuses on helping the patient return to – or maintain – the mobility and pain-free freedom of movement which allows them to fully participate in their chosen activity. A physio with a special interest in treating sports-related injuries will help patients recover as well as avoid further injury.
We treat all types of sports injuries at our Perth Physiotherapy practice. Whether you’re a professional AFL player sidelined with a groin injury or a social tennis player with a stiff back, we’ll find the right way to get you back to peak performance. Our physios have a special interest in sports-related injuries and some examples of sports injuries we treat include tennis elbow, rotator cuff injuries, sprains, shin splints, Plantar Fasciitis, lower back pain and shoulder stiffness.
All our initial physio appointments are 60-minutes long. These extended sessions allow for a full and proper diagnosis and personalised treatment plan for your sports injury – as well as allow for treatment to start during the session. Typically, our additional consults are 30-minutes long unless otherwise specified.
Physio isn’t a ‘one-size-fits-all’ solution. The number of sessions you require will depend on the nature of your injury and what’s involved in your customised treatment plan. Our skilled physios will always strive to have you safely back on the field as soon as possible.
You can expect an in-depth discussion about your situation, a physical examination of the affected area and once a diagnosis has been made, you can expect a personalised treatment plan. Treatment will start during your initial physiotherapy appointment.
We have excellent relationships with all recognised health insurance companies and we can submit your claim on your behalf at the time of your treatment. Your gap payment will depend on your specific private healthcare policy.
Our principal physiotherapist and the owner of the business, Cameron Heise, is a keen sportsman and has completed a Bachelor of Science (Exercise and Sports Science) as well as a Bachelor of Science (Physiotherapy). Both he and our other physios have a wealth of experience – and a particular interest – in physio for successfully treating (and preventing) sports-related injuries.
Have you injured yourself playing sport? Is your on-field ability compromised by musculoskeletal pain or stiffness? Then you need a physio in Perth to get you back to peak performance.
Our team has all the experience and skills to assess and manage all types of sports injuries. Whether you’re an elite athlete or play social sport – we can help you recover strongly. To make an appointment, call our Perth physio studio on 08 9325 7602 or book online through our website.
Trained Physio & Fitness work off extended consult times so our clients never feel rushed while they are seeing our team. We offer 60 min Initial consults and 30 min for any follow up appointments you may require.