Sporting Injuries


Sporting Injuries

Valued Health Osteopathy, Bentleigh East

Osteopathy and Sporting Injuries

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Sporting Injuries

Whether you’re an elite athlete or you run around the park once in a while for general fitness, our osteopaths may help prevent and treat many sporting injuries.1 Commonly treated injuries include neck and back strains, shoulder, elbow and wrist injuries, hip and pelvic injuries, knee, leg and ankle injuries, ankle ligament sprains/tears, shoulder tendonitis/impingement, knee ligament and tendon injuries and hip/groin/hamstring injuries.1

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Find out how our Osteopaths may be able to help.

Our Osteopaths at Valued Health Osteopathy in Bentleigh East utilise many techniques including stretching, soft tissue massage, inhibition, trigger point therapy, dry needling and mobilisation techniques. Rehabilitation and exercise prescription advice may also be provided as part of your treatment program.

All our Osteopaths at Valued Health Osteopathy are university trained allied health professionals who have completed a minimum of five years of university training in anatomy, physiology, pathology, general medical diagnosis and osteopathic techniques. It is also a requirement that all our Osteopaths at Valued Health Osteopathy are registered with the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and Osteopathy Australia (OA).

You do not need a referral to see one of our friendly Osteopaths at Valued Health Osteopathy. We have a very good relationship with many surrounding doctors, other health practitioners and personal trainers in the local community of Bentleigh East and surrounding suburbs.

To make an appointment directly with one of our Osteopaths call (03) 8529 3348 to speak to one of our friendly receptionists or book online HERE.

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References:

http://www.osteopathy.org.au/pages/osteopathy-and-you.html

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