PHYSIOTHERAPY

Physiotherapy

ANATOMY OF TRAINING 
043 488 1675 

Anatomy of Training is a private physiotherapy practice where we provide specialist treatment of muscle and joint pain and stiffness, and injury management. We partner with you throughout the assessment and treatment process to address your pain and dysfunction, and focus on developing self-management techniques to fit your lifestyle and integrated the latest evidence based treatment techniques.
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Kushini Jayawardane

At Anatomy of Training we have a very proactive, movement and exercise based treatment to your conditions, we understand the benefits of exercise and don't want to keep you away from your activity for long.

Our aim is to treat the whole individual to maintain the health of our clients, we try to keep you involved in the sport/activity you love throughout the treatment process, and work with you to figure out any modification that may need to be addressed to your training at this time.

When should you see a physiotherapist?
You should see a physiotherapist when pain, stiffness, or dysfunctional movement is stopping you from doing the things you love whether it is on the sporting field, at the gym, at work or home.
At Anatomy of Training we don't just treat the symptoms, we also address the cause of your pain or dysfunction. Don't let dysfunction stop you from enjoying the things you love, contact Anatomy of Training Physiotherapy today.
A private physiotherapy consultation will consist of a single session with just you and the physiotherapist where we can establish what is causing your pain and dysfunction.

We will be able to work through not only a diagnosis and treatment to that area, but also what other contributing factors led to the injury to also and address these to prevent future episodes of re-injury.

Treatment techniques include but are not limited to:
Massage/soft tissue therapy
Ridgid and kinesiotaping
Joint and spinal mobilisation
Stretching and strengthening exercise program Postural retraining Proprioceptive and motor control training Pre-screening If follow up treatments are required they will be conducted in individualised 30-45 minute sessions.
All Physiotherapists are registered with APRAH, are Australian Physiotherapy Association members and Work cover accredited.

Kushini Jayawardane
Physiotherapist
B.App.Sc (Physio), APAM
APPI Pilates Certified (Matwork)
Connect Therapy model - Sports Pelvis, Sports Thorax and Advanced Thorax Courses APA Sport L1 APA Spinal L1 Lynn Watson Shoulder L1 Kinesiotape L1-2 APA Tendinopathy Course

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Kush graduated from the University of Sydney in 2013 with a Bachelor of Applied Science (Physiotherapy). Throughout her university studies she worked at the Sydney Adventist Hospital as a Physio Assistant, after graduating she spend 2 years in Regional NSW working with a variety of musculoskeletal and sports injuries.

Kush has always been involved with sport from a young age playing representative hockey from a young age, more recently she has taken up Olympic Weightlifting and competed at a national level.

Kush has a keen interest in treating persistent injuries by assessing the whole body under the connect therapy model (previously known as the Integrated Systems Model Lee LJ & Lee DG 2010 / Thoracic Ring Apporach ).
She likes to assess not only the area causing the symptoms, but other areas of the body that may be contributing to the injury. She is registered with APRAH, an Australian Physiotherapy Association member, and a Workcover accredited physiotherapist.

Book a session with our trainers today by calling 0414 751 089

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