SUANFC is excited to announce its physiotherapy partner Sports Lab has recommitted to the Club for a further three years.
After two years providing the Club an effective injury prevention and management program, Sports Lab became an official sponsor for the first time in 2011. The recent agreement sees our partnership with Sports Lab extend beyond a decade.
Sports Lab is a new generation health care centre where Integrated Assessment and Treatment Systems provide a new approach to injury management, performance improvement and total body care.
Sports Lab’s comprehensive, multidisciplinary, patient centered approach is now possible with 9 primary health care disciplines available in the one centre. They also offer several other services to support these disciplines, as well as specialty services including Orthopedics and Sports Medicine.
If you are injured on the weekend, be sure to contact Sports Lab early on Monday to book an assessment at their city-based clinic or their Double Bay, Alexandria, West Ryde or Drummoyne practices. All SUANFC players are given 33% off all physio appointments.
Joe is a Sports and Musculoskeletal titled physiotherapist who is also a certified S&C specialist. Joe has spent the last year working with Team China in their intensive rehab unit and with the Chinese National weightlifting team. Joe has previously played AFL in Adelaide and is excited to be involved in the sport again. Joe will be at all NEAFL training sessions and works from Sports Lab’s CBD and Drummoyne clinics.
DJ has a Doctorate of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor of Exercise and Sports Science. DJ has played at SUANFC in the Premier Division for the past 6 years and has also previously worked for SUANFC and various other sporting teams including GWS Academy and The Canberra Raiders. DJ will be at all Mens Premier and Reserve grade training sessions and works from Sports Lab’s CBD and Drummoyne clinics.
Caitlin has a Masters degree of Physiotherapy and a Bachelor degree in Applied Science. Caitlin is a former elite swimmer having competed at the Youth Olympics and Olympic trials. She worked for SUANFC as a Sports Trainer whilst she was completing her degree and has a keen interest in shoulder and knee injuries. Caitlin currently works from Sports Lab’s Drummoyne Clinic.
Keiran has a Bachelor degree of Physiotherapy and is a former elite swimmer for Sydney University. Whilst completing his degree Keiran also worked for SUANFC as a Sports Trainer. It was during this time that Keiran became interested in the AFL. Keiran will be at Woman’s Premier and Reserve grade Tuesday night training sessions and works from Sports Lab’s Alexandria and Drummoyne clinic’s