Fremantle Football Club & Niagara Therapy
Nov 18
It was immediately evident that the Hand Held CVT device was beneficial in the injury management of our athletes. Dr Jeffey Boyle - Principal Physiotherapist Fremantle Football Club

Fremantle Football Club & Niagara Therapy

The Fremantle Football Club’s Physiotherapy Department originally tested a Hand Held Cycloid Vibration Therapy (CVT) device leading into the 2008 AFL season.

The club’s protocol is to actively search worldwide for the latest devices purporting to be beneficial for the elite athlete. We review multiple new devices every year and most never get past the testing phase.

It was immediately evident that the Hand Held CVT device was beneficial in the injury management of our athletes. We were so convinced of its usefulness that we purchased an Equissage Hand Held Portable unit to use on our athletes during game time. Both devices have become an integral part of our players injury prevention and injury management strategies.

We have found the devices to be most useful in decreasing muscular tightness, reducing the incidence of cramping in game and assisting recovery post game and post training.

Dr Jeffey Boyle PhD, FACP
Principal Physiotherapist
Fremantle Football Club

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Niagara CVT devices have been used by the Australian Institute of Sports (AIS) since 2006.

Niagara Therapy is a proud supplier to the Fremantle Dockers and Geelong Cats AFL Teams along with the Brisbane BroncosNorth QLD Cowboys and South Sydney Rabbitohs NRL Teams.

These clubs use Niagara CVT devices on players and management throughout their respective seasons and off-seasons.

Niagara is also committed to working with associations and organisations across a variety of health conditions. We are very proud to have become a Commercial Supporter to the Australian Spinal Research Foundation in 2020 and look forward to assisting them in the work they do with Spinal Research.