Consultation fees: Med1 Clinic is a Bulk Billing clinic for most of our doctors and medical services.        Registration Fees: The registration fee is $25.       Please note that consultations with Dr Zahra Tabrizi and Dr Heidi Andersen are only bulk billing for under 16 years old & pension/ health care card holders.    You will need to pay an out-of-pocket fee, which will be vary depending on your consultation. Please call reception on 9191 6454 for more information.

Exercise Rehabilitation Templestowe

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What does Exercise Rehabilitation mean?

Exercise rehabilitation is a tailored approach using different types of exercise programs in the treatment and recovery process in physiotherapy. It is a crucial aspect of physiotherapy management in those suffering from different physical conditions, including sport injuries.

What is the importance of Exercise Rehabilitation?

Exercise rehabilitation is a vital component in the recovery process for individuals dealing with musculo-skeletal, cardio-respiratory or neurological conditions, as well as athletes suffering from sports injuries. Effective rehabilitation not only addresses the physical aspects of an injury but also considers psychological and biomechanical factors to ensure a comprehensive recovery. At Med1 Clinic, our Templestowe Physiotherapy Centre specialises in exercise rehabilitation in Templestowe Lower and surroundings, offering tailored programs to help you regain strength, functionality, and confidence. A very common application of Exercise Rehabilitation is in sport-related injuries which will be detailed below:

What our physio does in the Management and Rehabilitation of Sports Injuries

4-Phase Progression

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The primary approach in managing sports injuries involves identifying and treating the underlying cause of the injury, attending to the body structure (dysfunction), and the relevant pain. Athletes should aim to continue their sport in a modified form, if possible, to maintain physical conditioning and mental engagement. There are 3 main aspects of rehabilitation in sport injury: Mobility, Strength, and Function. Rehabilitation exercises should mimic the demands of the sport as closely as possible. This involves working the body while maintaining sport-specific positions and movements. Understanding the sport’s postural, biomechanical, and physical demands, as well as the psycho-social aspects enhances the physiotherapist’s ability to diagnose and manage injuries, effectively.

Imagery Techniques

Post-injury, many athletes fear re-injury. Addressing physical and psycho-social skills is crucial for effective rehabilitation. Cognitive imagery techniques are employed to help athletes rehabilitate by using all their senses, particularly the kinesthetic sense, to rehearse the sport mentally.
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Post-Surgery Rehabilitation

Early postoperative rehabilitation is essential and may continue for three to six months, or even up to 12 months. The return of strength and functional capacity is crucial for final clinical outcomes. Maintaining a rehabilitation exercise program prescribed by a physiotherapist is advisable even after returning to training and competition.
By understanding these aspects, clinicians can better support injured athletes through their recovery process, ensuring both physical and mental readiness to return to their sport.
At Med1 Clinic, our exercise rehabilitation programs are designed to facilitate comprehensive recovery from sports injuries. By addressing both physical and psychological aspects, we aim to help athletes and individuals achieve optimal recovery and return to their activities with confidence. Whether you’re seeking sports injuries recovery, physical therapy exercises, or post-injury rehabilitation in Templestowe, our expert team is here to support you every step of the way. Book our physiotherapy services online or call us at (03) 9191 6454 Find out more about our range of physiotherapy services including clinical physiotherapy in Templestowe Lower.

After Hours & Emergency Care

If you require after-hours medical attention still you can call our phone, but it will direct you to our nominated after-hours service (DoctorDoctor) or you can directly call them on 13 26 60. Bulk billed telehealth consults or home visits where appropriate are available by DoctorDoctor, where a patient holds a valid Medicare or Department of Veteran affairs card.

If you require URGENT medical attention, please call 000 or present to the Emergency Department. The closest emergency hospitals are:

Austin Hospital: 145 Studley Road, Heidelberg, VIC 3084. Tel: (03) 9496 5000
Box Hill Hospital: 8 Arnold St, Box Hill, VIC 3128. Tel: 1300 342 255

First Nation Acknowledgement

Med1 Clinic acknowledges that our General Practice is located on the lands of many Traditional Custodians in Victoria, and we welcome all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to this practice. We recognise that Indigenous Australians have an ongoing connection to the land and MED1 Clinic values their unique contribution to the wider community. According to the Australian Health Practitioner Regulation Agency (AHPRA) and 15 National Health Practitioner Boards and in line with national medical standards, codes and guidelines across all our clinic has a shared commitment to ensuring that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples have access to health services that are culturally safe and free from racism so that they can enjoy a healthy life, equal to that of other Australians, enriched by a strong living culture, dignity and justice.

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