Welcome to Moreland Orthopaedic and Sports Clinic
Moreland Orthopaedic & Sports Clinic (MOSC) is a vibrant physiotherapy practice specialising in post surgical rehabilitation, musculoskeletal and sports injury management. We are a locally owned practice with a small and dedicated team, committed to clinical excellence and uncompromising patient care.
We are conveniently located within a busy orthopaedic sugeon's rooms on Moreland Road, Coburg, just 8km North of the Melbourne CBD. We are just minutes from multiple public transport services & freeways, making commuting easy.
7 Great Reasons to Choose MOSC Physiotherapy
- Over a decade involvement in elite sport - & current physiotherapy provider to Melbourne Storm
- We specialise in post-surgical rehabilitation
- Close working relationship & links with Melbourne’s best sports physicians & orthopaedic surgeons
- Hands on approach to every condition treated
- Latest technology in computerized foot assessments & custom made orthotic prescription
- Free sports injury risk assessment for sports participants of all sports, ages and participation levels
- 100% money back guarantee
Physiotherapists who specialise in the treatment of children with motor dysfunction are known as paediatric physiotherapists. Read more →
The lumbar spine (lower back) withstands the greatest amount of strain during movement and because the ligaments of the lumbar spine are inherently weak, injury is always a possibility. Read more →
An ultrasound machine, which is very commonly used in physiotherapy, works by using high frequency sound waves (that can't be heard by the human ear) to effectively treat deep tissue injuries. Read more →
A popular rule of thumb is that every kilo of weight loss is equivalent to four less kilos of pressure on a knee afflicted with joint osteoarthritis. Read more →
Soft tissue is the name given to muscles, tendons, ligaments and skin. In some cases, a single forceful movement can damage the soft tissue. Read more →
Stretching is a proven way to improve flexibility or range-of-motion; the amount of movement available in a joint. Read more →
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