PRP Physio is proud to be working in partnership with The Lakes FC to promote and support the football (soccer) community in the North Lakes region. This is my 4th season working with The Lakes FC having worked with their Senior Men’s and Senior Women’s squads in past years. In the 2021 season the Men’s team was promoted to BPL and the Women’s team maintained their BWPL status. This year we are working with both squads on their training nights as well as travelling to games with both teams to assist and support them in rehabilitation from injuries, injury prevention, strapping, and gameday on-field assessments and return to sport clearances.
The Leopards are a fantastic community and family oriented club with a fantastic president in Clint Castle leading the charge. With the announcement that The Lakes FC and North Lakes Mustangs will be merging in 2022, we will be looking to continue to support the growing club as it looks to grow in numbers and provide further pathways for talented football (soccer) players in the North Lakes and surrounding regions.
We have done some workshops with the senior teams regarding injury prevention, rehabilitation from injuries, training load management and how to avoid overloading, common strapping techniques, and the role of physiotherapists in working with sporting teams and athletes.
We look forward to continuing to support The Lakes FC in the future as we look to grow with the club and teams and progress to support and knowledge we can pass onto their players, coaches, and parents.
Supporting the local North Lakes community is one of our key missions as a physiotherapy clinic. Supporting young athletes, all the way through to the senior squads, and the over 35 teams, we are here to help when needed.
As a member of The Lakes FC community we offer a 15% discount for all players and direct family members including brothers, sisters, partners, mothers, and fathers. We still maintain our high quality of physiotherapy services, and you still get it as a home visit or at a field if that is where you are at in your rehabilitation.