If you are after a physiotherapist or strength and conditioning professional to assist with the development of yours or your child’s cricket, then a P360 Cricketers Program may suit you.

P360 Founder Aaron Lewis is an experienced Cricket Physiotherapist previously having been in the environment of first-class cricketers at Cricket NSW, WACA, and Cricket Victoria. He has also been involved in the rehabilitation and performance management of many current first class and premier cricket players through his roles at Blacktown and Hawkesbury Premier Cricket. Aaron is also an APA sport & Exercise Physiotherapist meaning he has obtained extra qualifications and training in Sports Physiotherapy.

Aaron is also undertaking his Level 2 Representative Coaching Certification and has previously worked in coaching and administrative roles with Hawkesbury Premier Cricket, Blacktown & City District Cricket Association, North West Sydney Hurricanes and is the Junior Coaching Coordinator for Clydesdale Farms Cricket Club

Aaron Lewis
Aaron Lewis with the Western Warriors State Squad

What if I have a current injury?

For anyone who has recently injured themselves playing cricket or affecting their ability to play or train to their potential. P360 has specific expertise in cricket injuries and can assist in arranging appropriate physio, strength and conditioning, rehab, imaging, and specialist referral for all ages and levels. We can also assist in arranging Cricket Australia Insurance if eligible. This includes:

  • Knee pain
  • Shoulder pain
  • Muscle tears
  • Twisted ankles
  • Low back pain
  • Growing pains
Rehabilitation of a cricketer
Rehabilitation of a cricketer, especially a fast bowler has specific demands and needs. Not all lifting and strength programs will suit

If you have been diagnosed with a significant injury requiring a longer return to sport or surgery we have tailored programs to get you back performing better than before. This can include

  • Lumbar stress fractures or hot spots
  • ACL and knee instability Injuries
  • Shoulder, elbow, and throwing injuries.
High Performance Cricket

P360 High Performance Cricket Screens are designed to identify all the things that can contribute to you performing at your peak. This includes injury risk and performance metrics. We can assess and advise on

  • Muscle and joint movement imbalances / stiffness / hypermobility
  • Bowling technique using 3D analysis
  • Maximal isometric movement strength and imbalances
  • Maturation status and growth related measures
  • Speed, strength and power testing
  • Aerobic capacity
  • Trunk and core endurance and strength
Using the vald forcedecks in a club fast bowler screening

These programs range from the sub-elite (wishing to be elite) through to junior based programs. They are designed for people looking to improve their physical preparation and performance and reduce their risk of injury. Programs include:

  • High Performance Cricket Athlete Management Program
  • High Performance Individual and Group Preparation Programs
  • Youth Group Programs