Sydney West Sports Medicine in Support of Local Athletes

The Academy is pleased to announce that the exciting Sydney West Sports Medicine practice has become the Academy’s official Health Partner, providing its high quality professional resources and services for the benefit of the regions young athletes.

Sydney West Sports Medicine is becoming recognised as the leading multi-disciplinary sports medicine and rehabilitation facility in Western Sydney. Located at Rooty Hill, Sydney West Sports Medicine’s facility is state of the art and provides specialist services across a range disciplines.

Sydney West Sports Medicine will be providing the Academy’s talented athletes with a variety of services including physiotherapy, exercise physiology, sports remedial therapy, sports medicine, chiropractic, dietetics and orthopaedic surgeons.

Sydney West Sports Medicine practitioners will also provide the athletes with education in the area of injury management and prevention, nutrition and physiology, as well as professional services to facilitate functional movement screening, and physiotherapy support at competition events.

In announcing the partnership, Sydney West Sports Medicine’s Practice Manager, Leanne Topolski said “the team look forward to providing The Western Sydney Academy of Sport’s athletes with the highest level of care through a diverse and highly experienced range of elite health professionals. Our vision is to provide all athletes access to the highest quality sports medicine care to enhance health, wellbeing and participation in any sport or activity at any age and at any level. “

Academy CEO Martin Bullock welcomed Sydney West Sports Medicine’s significant support, commenting “the Academy strives to provide for our athletes with the highest possible standards of health care and knowledge as a foundation for their progression to elite levels of sport – and we are very excited to have the opportunity to partner with the region’s premier sports medicine facility”.

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Posted: 4 August 2017