Very few other sports require the time and intensity of training as gymnastics. Not only do gymnasts need to be strong and flexible, but they also need to develop speed, balance and grace – which can lead to injury if not training properly.

The nature of the sport entails increasingly difficult techniques that require forceful loading and twisting of joints and extremities (arms and legs), which can lead to significant stresses on a growing body. In addition to nutritional and hormonal factors, most gymnasts are involved in intense year-round training, which can lead to injuries (particularly overuse injuries that are often unique to gymnastics).

Common Gymnastics Injuries

  • Wrist fractures
  • Finger and hand injuries
  • Cartilage damage
  • Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears
  • Knee and low back pain
  • Spinal fractures and herniated discs
  • Achilles tendon strains or tears
  • Ankle sprains
  • Shoulder instability
  • Colles' fracture
  • Burners and stingers


  • 3D biomechanics + kinematics of gymnastics routine analysis
  • Muscle testing
  • Agility + balance testing
  • Baseline concussion assessment
  • Sensory perception and peripheral vision testing
  • Gaze tracking and visual focus testing
  • Diet Assessment


12, 24, or 36 sessions’ performance training programs Private Sessions with Sports Physiotherapist, Sports Scientist, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Sports Nutritionist and Sports Psychologist

  • Strengthen upper+ lower body muscle mass
  • Increase coordination +balance
  • Increase endurance + stamina
  • Reduce risk of injuries to neck, shoulders, wrists, hips, knees + ankles
  • Reduce risk of surgery and/or long-term injury
  • Improve movement efficiency
  • Increase, coordination + rhythm based on position needs; base, partner and/or spotter via brain training
  • Increase angular velocity
  • Improve hip mobility and stability
  • Improve muscle strength
  • Improve eye hand coordination, sensory perception and reaction time via sensory training
  • Anxiety and Stress Coping Strategies
  • Customised Dietary Recommendations
  • Warm-up, cool down
  • Stretching
  • Strengthening, PilatesMobility Training


  • Strengthening Training like Copenhagen Strengthening, Nordic Exercise
  • Adjunct Therapy like Taping, Dry Needling, Cupping
  • Plyometrics
  • Pain modalities like IFT, TENS
  • Improve range of motion of spine, hip + shoulders


    Game Ready, Sauna Bath, Steam Bath & Mobility Session break up muscular adhesions

  • Improve range of motion
  • Reduce soreness + inflammation
  • Increase flexibility
  • Improve lymphatic drainage


A sophisticated incorporation of high end software and technologies for above mentioned assessment and performance enhancement are as follows:

  • Isokinetic Dynamometer
  • Kinetisense
  • Force Plate
  • Gait ON
  • Sauna Bath
  • Steam Bath
  • Game Ready
  • EMG
  • VO 2 Max
  • Hyperbaric Chamber