Cyclists are different to other athletes Their injuries are often a result of the complex biomechanics interaction between the bicycle and the rider.
Our physios have first hand knowledge and personal experience in cycling from a recreational to elite level.
Physios have extensive experience in assessment and treatment of the human body.
Musculoskeletal pain and injuries form the major part of physio’s core training.
Assessment of the human body is a complicated process involving rigorous subjective (verbal history) and objective (physical assessment) assessment.
This is best done by experienced and trained practitioners with a sound knowledge of anatomy, pathology of injury, ergonomics, manual handling (of patients) and a strong clinical history in diagnosis.
Over 20 Years
Experience in Bike Fitting
From recreational level to the elite
DON’T PUT UP WITH PAIN
Optimising your position and technique to manage injuries will improve your ability to ride harder, faster and for longer.
Topbike Physio Emma Colson understands cycling injuries not just as a physiotherapist but also from being a competitor at national and international level representing Australia at World Championships and Commonwealth Games.
Rosie McCaughey is a Physiotherapist, pilates, yoga and strength and conditioning coach. Rosie competed seriously in triathlon for 8 years and she is passionate about educating on the place of yoga and strength and conditioning in cycling to improve position, posture and injury prevention.
Riding a bike should be pain-free and enjoyable
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