The modern game of water polo is a unique combination of swimming, throwing, and martial arts. Physiologically, it is extremely demanding, because it is comprised of intense burst activity of less than 15-second duration, followed by lower intensity intervals of less than 20 seconds. Water polo players need to be able to move quickly, explosively and efficiently in order to avoid being pushed or hit, and to prepare for attack. You need to be in control of your shoulders, back, hips and knees – all at the same time. Similar to basketball, it involves bursts of activity around the goal and during transition, as well as subtle moves and positioning under the water. All of these factors contribute to injury risk, with shoulder injuries among the most common in the sport.

Common Injuries

  • Concussion
  • Facial injuries (teeth, eye, skin)
  • Labrum tear (SLAP-lesion)
  • Rotator cuff injury
  • Patellofemoral pain syndrome
  • Back pain


  • 3D Swimming + Throwing Mechanics Assessment
  • Biomechanics + kinematics of swimming + throwing analysis
  • Upper + lower body muscle testing
  • Agility + balance testing
  • Reaction time assessment
  • Baseline concussion assessment
  • Sensory perception and peripheral vision testing


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

  • Strengthen upper and lower body
  • Strengthen core
  • Increase coordination and balance
  • Increase endurance + stamina
  • Reduce risk of upper extremity, lower extremity and back injuries
  • Reduce risk of surgery and long-term injuries
  • Improve movement efficiency
  • Increase shoulder rotational inertia
  • Increase core strength
  • Improve hip mobility and stability
  • Improve upper +lower body muscle strength
  • Improve focus, rhythm +coordination via brain training
  • Improve endurance + stamina
  • Improve eye hand coordination, sensory perception and reaction time via sensory training
  • Customised Dietary Recommendations
  • Anxiety and Stress Coping Strategies


  • Warm-up, cool down
  • Rotator-cuff and Scapular Muscle Strength and stability Exercises
  • Static and Dynamic stretching
  • Strengthening, Pilates
  • Mobility Training


  • Pain Management
  • Mobility and Flexibility Training
  • Strengthening Training
  • Adjunct Therapy like Taping, Dry Needling,Cupping, Manual Therapy
  • Plyometrics


Pro Recovery Formula : Steam+ Sauna+ Pneumatic compression + Cryotherapy + Mobility Session

  • Break up muscular adhesions
  • Improve range of motion
  • Reduce soreness and 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