Physioworks Health Group Exercise Physiology Program Educates School Athletes



Physioworks Health Group work with numerous Melbourne secondary schools across a range of school sport programs assisting them in the health care education and development of young athletes.

During the recent school holidays, Exercise Physiologists Jude Hewavasam & Brooke DeHey presented at the Loreto Mandeville Hall Aquatic swim camp to over 40 athletes and coaches on ‘Exercise Physiology & Swimming’.

Brooke DeHey (L) and Jude Hewavasam (R) present at the Loreto Aquatic Swim Camp.

Brooke DeHey (L) and Jude Hewavasam (R) present at the Loreto Aquatic Swim Camp.

The presentation focused on the importance of strength training, injury prevention, hydration, nutrition and is complementary to the Exercise Physiology (EP) program that Physioworks currently provide to all Loreto athletes.

The Loreto EP program sees athletes from the school come into a Physioworks clinic for an EP assessment, from which tailored individual strength training programs are developed. These programs are particularly important to support and educate young athletes as they participate and compete with dynamic, growing bodies.

Other school orientated allied health care programs supported by Physioworks Health Group include the St.Kevins College Rowing program and the Xavier College APS Football program.

If we can assist your school athletic and sports programs, or if you would like to understand more about our Exercise Physiology services, please contact us on 9889 6611.

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