Your Time, Our Dedication. At the RADcentre, we understand the significance of time in ACL & Knee rehabilitation.
Our expert staff are committed to providing personalised care, cutting-edge techniques, and unwavering support throughout your journey to ensure a swift and successful recovery.
Trust us to help you reclaim your strength, get back in the game, and achieve your comeback with confidence.
- Settle Down the Swelling
- Get the Knee Straight
- Focus on Quad Activation
- Re-Training basic Gait Mechanics
-Regain Single Leg Balance
-Regain Muscle Size and Strength
-Single Leg Squat with Good Control
-Full testing battery to determine Readiness to Run.
-Force Plate Tests <20% Limb Asymmetry
-Isometric Tests <20% Limb Asymmetry
-505 Change of Direction <20% Limb Asymmetry
-Force Plate Tests <10% Limb Asymmetry
-Isometric Tests <10% Limb Asymmetry
-505 Change of Direction <10% Limb Asymmetry
-Single Leg Jump Testing <10% Limb Asymmetry
-Force Plate Tests <5% Limb Asymmetry
-Isometric Tests <5% Limb Asymmetry
-505 Change of Direction <5% Limb Asymmetry
-Single Leg Jump Testing <5% Limb Asymmetry
How early can I start my rehab after major knee surgery?
It is dependant on the surgery, however after most traditional ACL repair surgeries, we can start rehab within a week of surgery.
How do I start?
Book an Initial Appointment with one of our Physiotherapists. Bring along any scans or surgeon reports and our Physio will take you through a thorough 60 minute session. After this, our Physio will design a rehab program for you based on your current function and your future goals.
Can I do it online?
Yes, if you are not located in Ballarat, all of our services and rehab programs can be delivered remotely. If you are from out of town, we also package up programs which include a face to face session with our coaches at the RADcentre when it comes to any major testing phases.
Do you cater for all knee injuries?
Yes, we cater for all types of knee injuries. Last year alone we helped over 50+ people regain function after a knee injury, ranging from short term to long term injuries.