High Performance Treatment Plans & Programs

P360 exclusively offers our signature range of High Performance Treatment Plans and Programs to our customers. We have a selection of goal-orientated treatment plans and programs developed to achieve results and help you to #beabetteryou.

With a variety of value-added services on offer, P360 can provide you with the whole package for your health and performance. In addition to our High Performance Physiotherapy and Exercise Physiology, we offer Strength & Conditioning, clinical Pilates, remedial massage therapy, and in-house access to surgeons and other Health professionals.

The signature range of High Performance Treatment Plans which are dedicated to specific conditions include; the Ace Your ACL program, Keep Your Cuff program, Bees Knees program, and Beat Your Back Pain program. We can also develop a customised program for you to ensure you meet your goals.

Please see the below flyer for more information on our High Performance Treatment Plans:

P360 DL Flyer High Performance Treatment Plans 2017

If you wish to discuss any of these plans further, please contact P360 via email info@p360.physio or call us on 1800777360.

BAppSc (Phty) Masters (Sports PHTY) APAM

High-Performance Sports & Exercise Physiotherapist, Director

Aaron Lewis is a Physiotherapist with a focus on Achilles tendon, ACL tears, hamstring, and Upper limb throwing and lifting pathology. He is also the founding director and senior consultant Physiotherapist at Performance 360.

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