Physiotherapy with Resident Physiotherapist Sarah McLachlan
‘Athlete care, for Athlete’s, by Athlete’s’
– Experienced Physiotherapy services include acute and chronic injuries, sport specific management, exercise rehabilitation, Women’s Health including Pre & Post Natal, personalised Physio-led Pilates-styled programs, ‘growing pains’ & kids injuries, high-end functional sports performance training, dry needling and a wide range of manual therapy.
– Cost $150, private rebate available
Follow up Appointment
– This appointment is for a follow up physiotherapy program after an initial assessment
– Cost $100, private rebate available
Sarah is currently treating individuals across these service hours:
Sarah also offers Physio-led Pilates Performance classes every Monday from 630am – Book online here
“Physiotherapy with Sarah McLachlan is targeted to take you from pain, limitation and discomfort, through to relief, ease and FREEDOM of movement but doesn’t end there.
As an elite athlete herself, she hones in thoroughly on all body patterns, stiffness and weaknesses to guide you to gain strength, increase mobility and empower you with the best methods and exercises to reduce reoccurrence OR achieve new sport and recreation goals that matter to YOU.
You will be STRONGER and feel ALIVE.
Sarah strongly believes our bodies are designed to move. Her passion lies in empowering people to not only move, but be strong, feel alive and live the lifestyle they choose with ease and enjoyment.
Sarah believes body work is key to longevity in any sport. AND for a healthy, pain free, able body. Which is why she loves teaching the Performance classes we offer at the Ex Institute.
Sarah calls it body work because it’s “bits of ‘all the things’ “- Pilates, Yoga, Physio exercises, Barre, mobility, conditioning. She does this most days after her training ride, and has for a long time. She practices what she preaches.
Book in to see Sarah McLachlan for your aches, niggles or for a specific program to strengthen your body. Book via MindBody for an Initial Physiotherapy Assessment, with health fund rebates available.“