Classically, Judo is one of the most practiced sports in the world, consisting of a large number of technical and philosophical bases, with great value in development of individuals. However, the systematic practice of judo integrates varied situations of physical contact and specific technical requirements of agility, speed, motor coordination, potency and, especially, physical strength to execute the techniques, with high competitivity.

When combined with continuous requirement for physical and technical improvement that are common in competitive physical training, these demands can constitute predisposition factors for musculoskeletal injuries.

Common Injuries

  • ACL injury
  • Collateral ligament injury
  • Meniscus injury
  • Concussion
  • AC-joint injury
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Dislocated elbow
  • Fractures of the humerus
  • Fractures of the forearm
  • Ankle sprain


    Jumping and Shooting Analysis:

  • Biomechanics + Kinematics of jumping, landing, shooting
  • Primary Movement Screening
  • Supplementary Performance Testing
  • Lower extremity muscle testing
  • Agility, Strength, Explosiveness testing
  • Gaze tracking and visual focus testing
  • Reaction Time and peripheral vision testing
  • Functional Movement Screen (FMS)


18, 24, or 30 sessions performance training programs Private Sessions with Sports Physiotherapist + Sports Scientist + Strength and Conditioning Coach + Sports Psychologist + Sports Nutritionist

  • Increase Strength
  • Increase Muscular Endurance
  • Reduce likelihood of non-contact soft tissue injuries
  • Improve movement efficiency
  • Increase vertical and lateral movement
  • Improve muscular endurance
  • Improve ankle mobility
  • Improve shooting accuracy while dribbling with Reaction time training
  • Improve Eye hand coordination via cognitive training
  • Anxiety and Stress Coping Strategies
  • Personalized Dietary Recommendations


  • warm-up, cool down
  • stretching
  • Strengthening, Pilates
  • Mobility Training


  • Strengthening Training like Copenhagen Strengthening,Nordic Exercise etc.
  • Adjunct Therapy like Taping, Dry Needling,Cupping
  • Plyometrics
  • Pain modalities like IFT, TENS, etc.


Recovery Plan :

  • Game Ready, Sauna Bath, Steam Bath & Mobility Session
  • Break up muscular adhesions
  • Improve range of motion
  • Reduce muscle soreness
  • Increase flexibility


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

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