Sydney, Australia -- (ReleaseWire) -- 03/21/2014 -- The Sydney Sports Chiropractor, which focuses on getting anyone back to their original athletic and sporting abilities in the shortest amount of time, has today announced that it is the only sports Chiropractor throughout Sydney, Australia to hold an Accreditation in Exercise Physiology (AEP) and a Certificate in Strength & Conditioning (CSCS).
This Chiropractic practice always seeks to increase exercise and functional sports capacity as soon as possible, ensuring its patients can get back to their normal lives. Once the doctors have improved a sports injury, they then go about strengthening and conditioning the injured area to prevent injury in the future and enhance sporting performance through improved neuromusculoskeletal proficiency, which ensures there are better interactions between the patient’s nerves, muscles and the skeleton.
Dr. Christopha Knee B.Sc, M.Chiro, CSCS and Dr. Toby Hudson B.ScExSp, M.Chiro, AEP use the latest diagnostic testing protocols along with specialist diagnostic imaging (referral) to produce a clear diagnosis of the patients injured tissue. This is very important as misdiagnosis or incorrect diagnosis can seriously delay the speed of recovery and return to play. Once a full and proper diagnosis has been made, the Chiropractors will perform an assessment of the area using the latest assessment methods to identify structures that contributed to the injury in the first place, which represents the gold standard in sports-based care. Once a treatment or series of treatments have been identified, these treatments are evidence based and utilise the very latest in researched based rehabilitation exercise.
About The Sydney Sports Chiropractor
The Sydney Sports Chiropractor focuses on getting patients back to original athletic and sporting abilities in the shortest amount of time. They try to increase exercise and functional sports capacity as soon as possible. Once they improve a sports injury they then go about strengthening and conditioning the injured area to prevent injury in the future and enhance sporting performance through improved neuromusculoskeletal proficiency.
Media Contact: Toby Hudson
Location: Sydney, Australia