Running Assessments

Peak Sports Physiotherapy offers Running Assessments as well as running-specific strength and conditioning to help you improve your running efficiency and performance.

Our Assessments are tailored towards your goals, such as reducing pain or improving performance. It includes a comprehensive musculoskeletal screening as well a videoed running analysis on one of our state-of-the art treadmills.

We can help you optimise your training loads, running-technique and running-specific strength to help you:

  • Injury recovery including shin pain, Achilles tendinopathy and knee pain.
  • Improve your efficiency so you can run further or faster with less effort.
  • Prevent future injuries.
  • Return to running.


Clinical research has shown running re-training can help:

  • Shin splints
  • Patellofemoral joint pain
  • Hamstring injuries
  • Compartment syndrome
  • Stress fractures
  • Back pain
  • Tendinopathies


Just your normal running gear. If you use multiple pairs of runners or wear orthotics please bring these in as well.

Our  Services Include:


Our physiotherapists are highly-trained in providing you with a comprehensive assessment and accurate diagnosis of your injury concerns. We promote an active-approach to treatment that considers your needs, to create a treatment plan that is effective and provides you with the knowledge to manage your injury into the future.

Do you suffer from:

  • Lower back pain including Sciatica
  • Neck pain including Whiplash
  • Hip and knee Osteoarthritis
  • Sports injuries
  • Chronic pain
  • Tendinopathies
  • Stress fractures
  • Post-operative rehabilitation
  • Headaches
  • Referred pain
  • TAC and Workcover injuries
Occupational Physiotherapy

Peak Sports Physiotherapy has formed ongoing relationships by working with local businesses to ensure the health and wellbeing of their employees.

We understand that work-related injuries can be stressful for both employee and employer, therefore our management is underpinned by great communication between parties to ensure an optimal recovery.

Peak Sports Physiotherapy is experienced in providing:

  • Onsite physiotherapy services
  • Manual handling training
  • Ergonomic assessments
  • Pre-Employment Screening 
Running Assessments

Peak Sports Physiotherapy now offers running assessments to help you run faster, further and easier than before.

Our Running Assessments are designed to optimise your running technique. They include:

- Musculoskeletal screening to assess your strength and mobility
- Video analysis on a treadmill of your current running technique
- Individualised plan to help you achieve your running goals
- One FREE follow-up session to review the key points from the initial session

They are perfect for anyone looking to improve their running efficiency, overcome an injury or simply start running for the first time.

Strength & Conditioning

Strength and conditioning can be one of the most effective ways of improving your health and staying pain-free
Peak Sports Physiotheraphy tailors personalised strength and conditioning programs to help you recover from injury and increase your physical capacity.

Our program can be tailored towards:

  • improving work capacity and load tolerance
  • reducing risk of injury including muscle strains, and tendinopathies
  • improving running economy
  • improving power output in cycling
  • reducing general aches and pains and Joint stiffness
  • increasing physical resilience and robustness

Our studio in Wangaratta is fitted with commercial grade equipment that will be able to challenge your current level of fitness

Post Operative Rehabilitation

Peak Sports Physiotherapy can provide tailored rehabilitation programs to help you restore strength and function following surgeries.

Home Visits

Peak Physiotherapy can perform home-visits to the surrounding area for those who are unable to or would have difficulty attending the clinic

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