user_mobilelogo

tennis stats Gena Wallis, Physiotherapist at Physiologix, works extensively with tennis. She is involved with the Queensland Tennis fallen playerAcademy as well as covering many tennis events in Brisbane.  She also writes for a well known physio website and here she revewis an article all about injuries at Wimbledon:

Injuries in professional tennis are common due to the high loading demands on the body.

australian tennis open webFor the ninth year in a row Kirsty McNab, Sports Physiotherapist, from Physiologix, in The Gap, has worked at The Australian Tennis Open as one of four Tennis Australian physios working with the women. Kirsty works in a room adjoining the changing rooms, treating any of the players that require pre or post match management, as well as providing long term programs for the athletes as they go on to other tournaments. Here are a few things that Kirsty has to share with a few tips we could all learn from:

This was my 9th year working as an Australian Tennis Open physiotherapist. I hope you were all watching and enjoying the great spectacle that these incredible athletes put on.  As many of you are aware, there were a huge number of drop outs of players in lead up tournaments; Serena Williams had a bad knee, Maria Sharapova hurt her forearm. Concerns arose about Federer and possible injury. 

Powered by Spearhead Software Labs Joomla Facebook Like Button
MAKE AN APPOINTMENT
Call  07 35111112
This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
OPENING HOURS
Mon, Wed, Thurs 7am-7pm
Tues 8am-2:30pm; Fri 7:30am-4pm

Sat variable (please call)
Physiologix Therapy SolutionsWHERE TO FIND US
(at Gap Health & Racquet Club)
200 Settlement Rd, The Gap