ALPHA Sports Medicine Clinic

Exercise Rehab

Delivering Exercise Rehab services to the communities of Newport, Altona, Yarraville, Spotswood, Sunshine, Williamstown and Bacchus Marsh.

Is a Physio or Osteo on your recovery team?

Recovering from aches and pains, discomfort or an injury? Our Physiotherapists and Osteopaths are here to support you on your journey to better health by diagnosing, treating, strengthening and conditioning your body so you can get back to the life and sports you love.

What is Exercise Rehab?

Exercise Rehabilitation is a form of active therapy to help you overcome your injury and return to doing what you love quicker. Our Osteopaths and Physiotherapists at Alpha Sports Medicine are accredited in exercise rehabilitation.

 

What treatment methods do Physiotherapists or Osteopaths use?

Your Physiotherapists and Osteopaths will use a variety of manual treatments such as soft tissue massage, joint manipulation, stretching and exercise to treat you and to help with the body’s natural healing processes. Some of our Physiotherapists and Osteopaths may also use dry needling and myofascial cupping as techniques.

Our ALPHA Physios and Osteos are constantly reviewing and learning the latest evidence-based physical therapy and exercise rehabilitation methods to ensure you get the best care possible.

What conditions do Physiotherapists and Osteopaths treat with Exercise Rehab?

Physiotherapists and Osteopaths can treat a wide range of issues and conditions, such as:

Get the support you need to help your body heal and perform at it’s best.

How do exercise programs work?

The key to a good exercise rehab program is basing it around the goals of the client. Depending on the condition, your Alpha Sports Medicine practitioner will give you a recovery guideline, aligning with your goals. By setting realistic goals along the way, the rehab program can be progressed accordingly, ensuring your recovery builds strength and confidence. Along your rehab journey, you will have the support of your Alpha Osteo or Physio.

Our team at Alpha Sports Medicine offer one on one Active Therapy sessions in our boutique gym located in Newport in the inner west suburbs of Melbourne. 

How do Physios and Osteos work?

The Physiotherapists and Osteopaths at ALPHA Sports Medicine all have a background in sport and an empathetic understanding of pain. We believe the best results are achieved when we actively listen to you and ensure you receive the empathy and support you need to start your journey to recovery.

We treat our patients like family and each treatment session is tailored to you, your needs and circumstances. Why? Because that’s the only way we’ll be able to help you get back to living at your best.

Alpha Sports Medicine is conveniently located in Newport, in the heart of the inner west of Melbourne, and Bacchus March, and we also support the communities of Altona, Yarraville, Spotswood, Sunshine, and Williamstown with our Physiotherapy services.

Taking your recovery to the next level
Get support from the team that is on your side
We believe that being part of your support team and seeing you thrive is one of the most rewarding things we do. Together, we can help you find the relief you are looking for, relax and recover so you can get back to living and enjoying your life.
Give us a call to find out more, or book an appointment online with one of our Osteopaths.

FAQs

Yes. You can use your private health at our clinic when doing an exercise rehab session with one of our Osteos or Physios at Alpha Sports Medicine.

Physiotherapy and Osteopathy are closely related. Both are AHPRA accredited Allied Health practitioners and both study for at least 3 years to get their qualifications. The conditions we treat are similar too. However, there is a difference in the approach we take to helping you heal and recover. A Physiotherapist will focus on movement and function, while an Osteopath will focus on the entire musculoskeletal system as a whole. Here at ALPHA, we work as a team to get the best outcomes we can for you.