If you are looking for a solution for your pain, injury, or Women’s health issue you are in the right place.
At Take Control, our team of clinicians take you beyond the first priority of pain relief and restoring mobility, to take you past recovery and to your ultimate potential.
This includes mobility and stability programmes as well as hands on treatment to ensure long term vitality and recovery.
Injuries are an unfortunate part of life, however they should never be allowed to limit you for too long. Our highly…
If you are a keen cyclist you probably already realise that in order to maximise performance and minimise pain…
It is extremely common for Women to suffer from incontinence, increased bladder frequency, pain…
Whether you are feeling tight, sore or just know your flexibility is not as good as it once was, Massage Therapy…
For long term back trouble, core stability exercises are the most effective treatment to not only relieve pain….
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Relieve pain quickly to speed up the recovery process
Protect yourself from re-injury through strength and stability
Surpass your goals to ensure ongoing vitality and enhanced performance
The interaction between the Athlete’s body and the sporting equipment used in cycling is highly complex and influenced by many variables including the anthropometric measurements of the cyclist, their flexibility,cycle specific strength and even neural mobility. Optimising Bike Set Up …Learn More »
Dynamic motor control of the lumbo/pelvic/hip region involves complex movement patterns and interrelated kinematics of many joints. Retraining the Virtual Body – Dynamic Control vs. Stiffness.pdfLearn More »
Cyclists spend many hours in the same position while pushing hundreds of watts through the pedals. When riding, some muscles will be used to hold the Cyclist in position, while others are working to generate power through the pedals. The …Learn More »
Take Control Active Rehab,
4/91 Mulga Road,
Oatley, NSW 2223
Mon to Thur - 8am to 7pm
Fri - 8am to 4pm
Sat - 8am to 12pm