12 Feb RHP Physiotherapy Joins QSNC
RHP physiotherapy to join growing community at the newly constructed Queensland State Netball Centre.
Netball Queensland are pleased to announce a partnership with RHP Physiotherapy that will see the Red Hill Physiotherapy open a new treatment facility in the Queensland State Netball Centre in Nathan.
RHP will continue their work with the Queensland Firebirds and the Netball Queensland Elite Development athletes and will be operational at the new location from 18 February. The access and convenience of RHP for athletes is a benefit of the QSNC facility that will truly be an all-encompassing high-performance hub. The $44m arena will be the first all inclusive ‘home’ of the Queensland Firebirds who will now be able to complete court work, strength, conditioning and rehabilitation all within their new home at QSNC.
Netball Queensland wants to ensure all clients and the wider Nathan community have access and opportunity to receive quality treatment for all aspects of their training and performance no matter what age or level of play that may be.
Netball Queensland General Manager of Venue Operations Grace Hodges is looking forward to promoting local business and building a one stop shop for exercising, rehabilitating and socialising at QSNC.
“RHP have been a valued partner of ours for many years now, and it is important to us that our QSNC community is built around professionals that share our values and support our vision for this exciting new hub of ours.” Hodges said.
RHP Practice Manager Julia Danilova said the partnership will allow the team at RHP to provide its services to an elite level team along with the general public and support clients at the new home for netball in Queensland
“RHP Physiotherapy is very excited to be opening a new Sports Medicine Clinic at QSNC. We look forward to supporting Queensland Netball and the South Brisbane community through the provision of first class injury prevention, treatment and rehabilitation services. RHP Physiotherapy brings 28 years of physiotherapy excellence to QSNC, and therapists who bring a wealth of experience and expertise,” Ms Danilova said.
The Queensland State Netball Centre will be fully operational after Queensland Premier Annastacia Palaszczuk officially opens the centre on 24 February.