Katie Foster Physiotherapy offers a wide range of services.
Our Treatments Include
Biomechanical assessment • Sports massage • Soft tissue release • Joint mobilisations and Manipulations • Muscle energy techniques • Mulligans techniques • Acupuncture / Electroacupuncture • Pilates • Taping techniques • Vestibular assessment and treatment • Strength training • Strength training for fall prevention • Core stability training for back pain • Patient specific home exercise programs • Run gait assessments • Swim technique assessment • Sport specific technique and strength training
Our Speciality physiotherapy
Katie Foster Physiotherapy has experience working with athletes of all levels from weekend warriors to professional and olympic athletes. She has worked with many sports from ice hockey and lacrosse to track athletes and short track speed skaters.
From pitch side to return to play Katie Foster Physiotherapy can help you assess and manage your acute injury, providing education on how to maintain fitness and optimise your recovery to have you back to your sport as soon as possible. Helping you get fitter and stronger with better movement patterns than pre-injury to prevent recurrence and reduce risk of further injury.
Katie Foster Physiotherapy can help with pre game taping and pitch side management as well as providing clinic and gym based therapy and strengthening. Working with you from acute injury to full fitness and return to play.
Sports Massage Therapy
Alwyn is currently completing his Level 5 massage therapy and has many years of experience working with clients from sports teams to individuals. He has training in a variety of techniques that can be combined to provide a unique tailored treatment to suit your needs.
Alwyn is trained in sports, deep tissue and holistic massage so has many skills he can use to help you feel at your best.
With experience in taping he can also assist with return to sport and injury prevention techniques.
Both Katie and Alwyn have a strong emphasis on manual therapy within their treatment approaches. This combined with techniques including acupuncture, cupping, taping, stretching and joint mobilization provides diverse treatments that target the body as a whole rather than focusing on the part producing the symptoms.
By using a whole body approach you can be confident that imbalances and overloaded structures are identified and addressed to aid a sustained recovery.