Bioathletic began out of a shared frustration where everyday athletes were presenting to us with problems that hadn’t been addressed by conventional physiotherapy. The approaches that were offered in the past were one dimensional and often didn’t acknowledge that maintaining activity levels play a vital role in the body’s recovery.
We decided that the professional sports model was the only ‘complete’ approach so we began treating injuries in the same way that we approach them for our professional athletes.
Over the years we’ve refined our philosophy and it all boils down to these 4 key pillars:
We avoid rest at all costs An active approach to recovery allows us to reintegrate you into sport, training or life as soon as possible (even before you’re fully fit). And by controlling as many variables as we can during the recovery process the aim is to make this inconvenient time as short as possible.
We’re stronger as a team Our physio team knows that it’s impossible to specialise in everything. So we don’t try. And instead, our team have varied areas of focus and specialty. On top of this, your physio will work with our dietetics, massage and exercise rehab team to expedite your rehab process and liaise with your coach or trainer to keep you moving on up.
Rehab and performance are at opposing ends of the same continuum Rather than viewing rehab and performance as two mutually exclusive entities, we’d rather look at it as one long performance continuum. We consider the needs of your sport or lifestyle and build a game plan to suit you from Day 1, building your performance goals into the rehab process.
We don’t aim to make you better. We aim to make you better than you ever were. Mediocrity has no place here. Getting you to a stage where you are no longer injured is great, but leaving you there (and at risk of even more complications) is not something we feel comfortable with. We’ll always aim to take you further. Further than you ever thought possible.
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