Fizeo Works Physiotherapy aligns with Premiership

30 Oct, 2015

Fizeo Works Physiotherapy have been appointed as the major provider of physiotherapy requirements for the 2016 AFL New Zealand Premiership.

Based in Whangarei, the team lead by Skye Renes will attend game days at Harbour Stadium and provide dynamic, innovative and concise assessment as well as intervention and rehabilitation of all musculoskeletal pathologies.
Skye RenesThe Fizeo Works clinic has progressively enhanced its reputation through offering patients a management plan in line with producing efficient outcomes and realistic, achievable goals.
Respect is the key to success and Fizeo Works excels in providing all service users with a friendly and professional environment. Injuries are highlighted in recognition of pathological time scales with an emphasis on the most efficient rehabilitation program solely relating to each athlete.

Those who participate in the AFL New Zealand Premiership will have injuries managed by the preparation and development of specific, measurable, attainable, realistic and timely goals. This will provide the athletes with an innovative and functional dimension to successful injury management.

All players will be required to complete documentation to assist Fizeo Works in providing the highest level of service. This will be forwarded to all participants in due course.

Link to form to be completed by all participants coming soon.

 

 

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