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Protect Your Posterior With Sports Physiotherapy

Posted by Zoltan Marosszeky on 6 August 2018
Protect Your Posterior With Sports Physiotherapy

Did you know that the posterior chain muscles (the lumbar extensors, glutes, hamstrings and calf) could have a huge impact on your sporting performance?

Tight hamstrings, recurrent muscle tears and lower back strains can all be signs of muscle imbalance within this group.

A physiotherapist will complete an assessment focusing on muscle strength, length, stability and muscle timing patterns to come up with a program specific to you, helping you get back on the field quicker and with fewer recurrences of your injuries.

Let us help you stay ahead of the game. Call us today for more information on how Sports Physiotherapy can help with your sporting performance or to book an appointment with our physiotherapists at Newcastle Integrated Physiotherapy on (02) 4957 2961
Author: Zoltan Marosszeky
About: B AppSc(Phty) Director & Physiotherapist Zoltan joined Charlestown Physio in 2006. In 2012 he advanced to become the sole owner and director of the practice. He graduated in 1998 from the University of Sydney. He gained extensive knowledge and clinical expertise working for the Australian Military and as senior physiotherapist at the Newcastle Industrial plant OneSteel for five and a half years.
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