Let the team at RSP SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY, a trusted provider of physiotherapy in Brisbane, help you recover from your sports injury and overcome the physical and mental obstacles keeping you from performing at your best.


Physiotherapy Rehabilitation and Sports Injuries

Are you ready to get back in the game?

At RSP SPORTS PHYSIOTHERAPY, we go beyond simply treating the symptoms of your injury. We aim to help you recover and reduce future injury risks by getting to the root of every issue.

Sports injury physiotherapy helps athletes to recover from all sports injuries including pain and overuse injuries, muscle stiffness, and other complaints. Our team understands the unique toll sports can take on your body. We’ll provide the diagnosis, advice, physiotherapy, and strength and conditioning training needed to help athletes recover and prevent future injury.

We're dedicated to providing top-notch assessments and rehabilitation, pushing boundaries to help you achieve your best self. We’ll guide you through short- and long-term rehabilitation to help you recover from your sports injury, help you improve muscle strength and body control, and work together towards beating your previous personal best.

Whether you play soccer, rugby, run marathons, frequent the gym, or spend your mornings at the golf course, we can help you recover from a sports injury.


What We Treat

Our sports physiotherapists have the training and experience necessary to help you recover and exceed your previous performance levels. We address many sports injuries, including but not limited to:

When you suffer pain, overuse, or traumatic sports injuries, you want to recover as quickly as possible and return to the sport you love. We’ll personalise your sports injury physiotherapy sessions using evidence-backed assessment techniques and treatments to help you meet and aim to surpass your pre-injury performance.


How We Work

Our physiotherapy services help athletes rehabilitate from pain and recover from sports injuries. We will work with you beyond just recovery and rehabilitation using our three core pillars:


Our initial focus will be your REHAB and recovery, starting with a thorough assessment and diagnosis. From there, we’ll help you understand your diagnosis, the short and long-term phases of your rehabilitation, and we’ll connect your rehabilitation to your personal goals. Your short-term treatment plan will include proper nutrition, strength and conditioning, and manual physiotherapy.


To get the best outcomes for you, we’ll identify all the areas that need improvement. By doing this, we’ll be working on your body as a whole. Building your body's strength can optimise the systems required to promote muscle growth, improve joint stability, and enhance recovery so you can work smarter, not harder.


Together, we’ll define what performance means to you and we’ll work with you to to the very end to ensure you return to the activity or sport you love. We don’t stop there though; we’ll aim to help you exceed your expectations. We’re here to support your journey and make sure you’ve rehabilitated and return as a better and more robust athlete.

Injury Rehabilitation FAQs

Yes, sports physiotherapy can help with a wide range of injuries, including acute injuries suffered during sports activities. Our team of experienced physiotherapists can assess your injury and develop a personalized rehabilitation plan to help you recover and prevent future injuries. We also have a large exclusive gym that you can rehabilitate in guided by our physiotherapists. 

Resource: The Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) has a patient information page on sports injuries and how physiotherapy can help [].

The length of your rehabilitation will depend on the nature and severity of your injury, as well as your individual circumstances. Our physiotherapists will work with you to develop a customized rehabilitation plan that takes into account your goals, abilities, and lifestyle. Your past history also plays a large role in how you will recover from your current injury. We will monitor your progress and adjust your treatment plan as needed to ensure the best possible outcome.

Resource: The APA has a patient information page on recovery times for sports injuries [].

Our team of physiotherapists can help you identify and address any underlying factors that may have contributed to your injury. We can also conduct a generalised athlete performance assessment which can highlight areas for you to improve on in order to reduce the risk of injury. Our physiotherapists are all trained in the prevention systems approach that is run by the majority of professional sporting clubs. 

Resource: The Australian Institute of Sport has a page on injury prevention strategies for athletes [].

Our goal is to help you recover and return to your sport as soon and as safely as possible. We will work with you to set realistic goals and develop a plan to help you achieve them. In some cases, it may be necessary to modify your training or competition schedule to prevent re-injury. Once you’ve returned, we can make a plan to ensure you return better than ever! 

Resource: The APA has a patient information page on returning to sport after injury [].

Our physiotherapists will perform a thorough assessment of your injury and can refer you to a specialist if surgery is necessary. Our clinic has a vast network of the top sports physicians and surgeons in Brisbane if an opinion is required. In many cases, non-surgical approaches such as physiotherapy can be effective in treating sports injuries.

Resource: The Royal Australasian College of Surgeons has a page on when surgery may be necessary for sports injuries [].

Yes, sports physiotherapy can help you improve your performance by addressing any underlying weaknesses or imbalances that may be limiting your ability to perform at your best. Our physiotherapists can develop a personalized exercise program to help you build strength, improve flexibility, and reduce your risk of injury. Our physiotherapists currently work in high level sport or have also worked in elite sport, so will be well adept to assist with increasing your performance. 

Resource: The Australian Institute of Sport has a page on sports physiotherapy and performance enhancement [].

Meet our Team

Jarred Edwards

APA Titled Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist

Kat Byrne


Zach Hrelja



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