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Physical Rehabilitation

Optimize Sports Chiropractic prides itself on the utilization of evidence-based, multi-modal management approaches for both acute and chronic pain and injuries. With the aid of various diagnostics, we design and implement individually tailored physical rehabilitation plans for each patient, to help in the prevention and management of injury, performance enhancement, or to support optimal function and health. 

Optimize Sports Chiropractic incorporates numerous techniques directed at the entire neuromusculoskeletal system including the joints, muscles, tendons, ligaments, fascia and the nervous system. Dysfunction and injury to any of these structures may result in pain, numbness, weakness, reduced range-of-motion, and/or altered movement, function and performance. By understanding the two-way connection between the body and the nervous system, Optimize Sports Chiropractic utilises and integrates specific physical exercises, neuro-orthopedic exercises, physiological therapeutic modalities, and pain management strategies in order to maximize healthcare outcomes.

Multi-modal management approach

Physical Rehabilitation at Optimize Sports Chiropractic

Brett Jarosz has a strong clinical and academic interest in the field of physical rehabilitation. For the past decade, he has taught Rehabilitation & Exercise Therapy; Neurological and Orthopaedic Assessment; and Advanced Rehabilitation, in the Chiropractic degrees at RMIT University. Brett also teaches post-graduate clinical neuroscience and rehabilitation courses; teaches head injuries and functional testing in the International Certificate in Sports Chiropractic (ICSC) program; as well as helping develop and teach FNOR courses around the world.

Ryan Pool has a strong clinical and academic interest in the field of physical rehabilitation. He is passionate about tennis, having received his Level 2 Certification with the Bailey Tennis Footwork system. Additionally, Ryan has been involved in two research projects that have assessed the footwork of 10 current and former ATP and WTA players. Ryan has also completed the FNOR (Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation) program.

Dylan Jones also has a strong clinical interest in the field of physical rehabilitation. He has received his title of Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach from the Australian Strength and Conditioning Association (ASCA). Additionally, Dylan has completed the FNOR (Functional Neuro-Orthopaedic Rehabilitation) program.

The utilisation and integration of the current evidence into our individualized multi-modal management approach, is another way in which Optimize Sports Chiropractic is dedicated to help you achieve optimal Movement, Function, Performance and Health. 

If you have any specific questions, or want to know if we can help, feel free to contact Brett, Ryan, or Dylan, or call our friendly reception staff to schedule a consultation.

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