Milford, Auckland (September 3, 2015) – The Institute of Sport Physiotherapy (IOSP) provides physio and rehabilitative services from its Takapuna clinic to patients in and around the area, including Milford.

In each case the IOSP handles, the end goal is for the patient to regain full physical functionality of the body part/s affected by pain or injury as quickly as possible. Recovery speed is especially important in sports injury cases as players need to return to training and participation in time-constrained events. In any case, the end goal is to help the patient regain healthy and pain-free living.

The people who make up IOSP recognise that life can take a toll on the human body. A sports injury or disability due to a musculoskeletal disorder can reduce a person’s ability to participate in activities that require physical exertion. IOSP has therapists equipped with in-depth knowledge and hands-on clinical skills to help patients return to pain-free and healthy living.

The registered physiotherapists of IOSP carefully assess and diagnose a patient before formulating a treatment plan. The first visit is usually long because the assigned therapist gathers all the relevant details of the patient’s problem, which are essential in devising a treatment plan that will address all the patient’s needs towards full recovery in the most efficient manner.

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About Institute of Sport Physiotherapy

The Institute of Sport Physiotherapy is a rehabilitative services provider accredited by the Accident Compensation Corporation. Its two clinics serve patients from Milford, Mt. Eden, Takapuna, Newmarket, Parnell, Grafton, and surrounding areas.

Brendan King is one of IOSP’s registered physiotherapists. He has 10 years of experience in sports physiotherapy and musculoskeletal injuries with specialties including neck and back injuries and also helps with headaches and migraines. Brendan’s services are well regarded by patients, which is why even patients from outside Takapuna, including Milford, visit and recommend him.