Busselton 70.3 Massage and Physiotherapy

Star Physio is the Official Physiotherapy Partner of Triathlon WA.

We will be providing massage, taping and injury treatment and performance advice across the  Busselton 70.3 Half Ironman weekend from Friday 30th April through Sunday 2nd May.

Busselton 70.3 Massage

Unfortunately, due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are unable to provide the free post race “quick massage” to all competitors as in previous years, so this will be your only chance for a pre or post race massage. Spots are limited, so make sure you get in quickly to secure a great preparation or post event massage!

COVID-19 hygiene regulation and principles will be adhered to. Please bring your own towel or 2 for comfort and warmth during the massage.

Pre event massage available on Friday from 10-7 and Post event massage on Saturday from 12-6 and Sunday from 9-12. Physiotherapy injury advice, treatment and taping also available, and while you are there why don’t you check out our amazing world best bikefit technology with pressure and stability analysis at the saddle, feet and hands! More info here!

We will also have our amazing Gebiomized road and TT saddles on display. Developed from analysis of over 50000 pressure maps, these are a game changer for those wanting stability and comfort on the bike. Say goodbye to saddle sores! Read more here!

Massage and Physio at Busselton 70.3

$90 for a 60-minute massage, $55 for a 30-minute massage.

Sports taping with Rocktape/ Kinesiotape or strapping tape-$30.

Expert Physiotherapists will also be on site for consultation and treatment if required – short and longer consults available.

Private health rebates apply for physiotherapy consultations.

Call Star Physio 92124254, email info@starphysiowa.com.au or Book Online to make an appointment.

Bookings are essential!

Don’t delay or you will miss out!

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