Our Equipment

At Kings Cross Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic we have always strived to remain at the leading edge of physiotherapy service provision as well as staying clinically up-to-date. We also continually evaluate new treatment protocols and regimes in order to fulfil our mandate — to provide the best care possible. Below are just a few of our advanced physical therapy equipment. If you have any questions about the equipment below or otherwise, please contact us.

Our Equipment

At Kings Cross Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Clinic we have always strived to remain at the leading edge of physiotherapy service provision as well as staying clinically up-to-date. We also continually evaluate new treatment protocols and regimes in order to fulfil our mandate — to provide the best care possible. Below are just a few of our advanced physical therapy equipment. If you have any questions about the equipment below or otherwise, please contact us.

  • TechnoGym SkillMill Connect
    This unique non-motorized treadmill offers an outstanding variety of exercise variations allowing us to help patients focus on improving power, speed, stamina, and agility. With a large LCD display that connects to the mywellness® platform, we can monitor and asses workout parameters and progress.
  • Fusion Sport SmartSpeed
    Our SmartSpeed acts as wireless timing gates, aiding us in speed testing, agility training and athlete development.
  • FitVibe
    This is a vibrating platform upon which the patient performs a progressive variety of exercise. The available research has shown that a training series on the FitVibe can improve strength and flexibility of targeted muscles as well as improve balance reaches and decreases abnormal muscle tone.
  • SwimEx
    Our 3000 gallon swim tank allows us to provide hydrotherapy to a broad spectrum of patients.
  • Desmotec V12
    This vertical machine is useful for muscular development, injury prevention and rehabilitation purposes by working with the upper body via open kinetic chain functional movements.
  • Keiser Infinity Series: Functional Trainer
    A multi-functional machine for a complete body workout. It can be used for hundreds of different exercises, ranging from rehabilitation to sports-specific applications and is one of the most basic and versatile cable machines available.
  • KinCom
    The Kinetic communicator is designed to measure muscle strength through any selected range of motion. The results can then be used to prescribe an appropriate strengthening program.
  • Exxentric kBox4
    This versatile multi-purpose flywheel training device focuses on upper body, lower body, and core training.
  • CoreStix
    Core Stix enables safe and repeatable movements that rehabilitate strength. The system is scalable and versatile for people of all ability levels. Core Stix can help build strength using a variety of rods, called “stix”, with different resistances.
  • LiteCure Laser
    Deep Tissue Laser Therapy accelerates the body’s own natural healing process through photo-bio-stimulation. Laser therapy is effective in treating chronic conditions, acute conditions and post surgical pain.
  • VertiMax
    A vertical jump and speed training system designed for multi-point leg and arm loading on-platform with up to 4 band multi-point off-platform speed training out to approximately 30 feet.
  • ShockWave
    Biomechanical Stimulation is based on the mechanical application of vibrating pulses to tensed, shortened or overstretched muscles by means of physiological pulse frequencies and low vibration amplitudes via pulse transmitters.