Kinetic Sports Physiotherapy | Clinical Pilates | Simon Mole Physio | Shoulder Physio | Sports Physio

Specialists in movement

We aim to empower our patients to take control of their health through accurate diagnosis, education and application of best practice Physiotherapy, Clinical Pilates and exercise intervention.

Sports Physiotherapy

Sports Physiotherapy is the practice of assessing, diagnosing and treating the human body to restore function, reduce stress and relieve pain commonly associated with sporting activity. This requires a thorough understanding of the how we impact our bodies through activity in order to provide optimal treatment.

Whether you’re an athlete or not Kinetic takes a patient-first approach to every case. We apply the same techniques that have successfully helped some of the world’s best athletes stay on top of their game.

We provide a comfortable, relaxing and fresh environment for our clients right here in the Hunter; the same that you would expect from any world class service provider.

Simply put, Kinetic Sports Physiotherapy exists to offer unique solutions to a range sports and non-sports related injuries and conditions. An active life is a healthy life, and our experience and qualifications will help you to be the best version of yourself.

 

Clinical Pilates

Clinical Pilates is recognised by health professionals as one of the best forms of exercise to improve functional movement, optimise core stability and manage injuries and pain. It is also an ideal exercise method pre and post-natal as well as improving pelvic floor function.

Our classes are run by Kate Antcliff, Physiotherapist and the most highly qualified Clinical Pilates clinician in the Hunter. Kate will conduct a prior assement and tailor a program to your specific needs.

At Kinetic Sports Physiotherapy, we offer the following classes:

Clinical Pilates using reformer, trapeze table, swiss ball and mat. Individualised programs constructed and supervised by Physiotherapist.

Individualised core strength & motor control using reformer, trapeze & mat based exercises

‘Balanced and wise’ Over 50’s pilates class with added focus on balance skills.

Lunch blast- 30 minute clinical Pilates class using reformer, trapeze table, swiss ball and mat. Individualised programs constructed and supervised by a Physiotherapist

Pregnancy Pilates using reformer, trapeze table and mat. Individualised programs constructed and ran by Physiotherapist.

Mat Pilates using mat, swiss ball, and Pilates ball. This class is run and programmed by our qualified Pilates instructor.

 

Be treated by the only APA recognised Specialist Sports Physiotherapist in the Hunter.
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Our Services

Our consultative management plans use the latest medical evidence and best pratice enabling patients to recover quicker and get back to their best.

Individualised assessment and diagnosis

Tailored injury self-management plans

State of the art facilities

Hands on treatment

Referral for imaging services

Dry Needling

Clinical Pilates

Strength Training

Waterproof casting

Orthotic prescription

Compression wear

Sports taping and strapping

Ergonomic advice

Orthopaedic braces and supports

 

 

Our belief is that every person deserves world class treatment and best practice. Athlete or not.
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Our Experience

Simon Mole

With over 25 years professional experience, Simon Mole is the only APA Specialist Sports Physiotherapist in the Hunter Region with expertise in the shoulder, elbow and knee.

Holding a Master’s Degree in Health Science (Manipulative Physiotherapy) Simon Mole developed advanced skills in the treatment of spinal pain, headaches and jaw (TMJ) pain, and dizziness. His Master’s treatise investigated the links between working postures and the development of neck pain.

In 2007, Simon Mole was awarded the title of Specialist Sports Physiotherapist by examination from the Australian College of Physiotherapists, with the shoulder being his area of specialisation. Simon recently completed the Australian Weightlifting Federation Club Weightlifting/Sports Power Coach Licence course and is now an accredited coach.

Simon Mole regularly gives back to the physiotherapy community, lecturing both nationally and abroad in the fields of sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy, the shoulder, elbow and knee, injury prevention and rehabilitation. He consults to the Australian Institute of Sport, Northern Territory Institute of Sport, South Australian Sports Institute and New South Wales Institute of Sport. Simon is also a consultant with the Australian College of Physiotherapists as both a facilitator and examiner for the specialist Sports Physiotherapy Training Program.

His passion, dedication and mastery of sports physiotherapy has allowed him to work with the world’s most elite athletes at the highest levels. These professional achievements included;

TEAM APPOINTMENTS

1998-2004

Australian Men’s Waterpolo

2002-2002

Darwin Mosquitoes Rugby Union for Australian Country Championships

1996-1999

Balmain Tigers Australian Rugby League

1996-1999

St Josephs College, Hunters Hill Rugby Union

WORLD CHAMPIONSHIPS

2009

Australian Team Physiotherapist

BMX

2001

FINA World Championship

Team Physiotherapist Men’s Waterpolo

COMMONWEALTH GAMES

Dehli 2010

Australian Headquarters Physiotherapist

Weightlifting, Judo and Wrestling

PARALYMPIC GAMES

London 2012

Team Physiotherapist

Wheelchair Rugby – Gold Medal

OLYMPIC GAMES

London 2012

Australian Headquarters Physiotherapist

Weightlifting, Judo and Wrestling

Athens 2004

Team Physiotherapist

Men’s Waterpolo

Kate Antcliff

Kate has over 7 years professional experience and specialises in musculoskeletal, spinal, sports and post-operative management.

She recently completed her certification examination in Clinical Pilates which makes her the only professional in the Newcastle region with this qualification. Kate will be conducting one-on-one and small group Clinical Pilates Classes by appointment.

Since graduating in 2008 Kate has continually improved as a professional and completed numerous courses in sports physiotherapy, clinical pilates, plaster & fibreglass cast application, orthotic prescription, thermoplastic splint construction and hand therapy.

Kate prides herself on educating her patients about their injury and therefore helping them to optimise their body function and go on to enjoy their lives.

James Alexander

James has over 6 years of professional experience in sports and musculoskeletal physiotherapy, clinical pilates, performance strength and conditioning.

James has worked extensively with athletes from various sports including sprinting, distance running, Australian rules football and soccer. 

Through further study and personal sporting pursuits, James has developed particular interest and skill in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of running related injuries, hip and groin pain, and lower limb tendon injuries. He is also an accredited ASCA Level 1 Strength and Conditioning Coach and Clinical Pilates instructor.       

As a past national level 800m runner James has a unique insight into what is required to overcome injury and return to competing at a high level. He draws on these experiences to ensure every patient receives an individualised and comprehensive management plan.

James’ passion for helping his patients achieve their physical and health related goals led him to commence a Masters of Sports Physiotherapy through Latrobe University, which he will complete in 2018.  

Get In Touch With Us Today

(02) 4929 2323

Fax: (02) 4910 0615
209 Hunter St, Newcastle, NSW, 2300
(Cnr Hunter St and Brown St)