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Have you ever noticed that headaches ‘bog’ you down at your most stressful or busiest times? This can best be explained by their multifactorial nature. Headaches are usually triggered by a build up of multiple factors and rarely stem from a single cause. Therefore, while it can be easier in the short term to reach for the pain-relieving medications, this will only provide temporary relief while underlying issues remain unresolved.Read More
One of little Tessia’s favourite bedtime stories is the classic “Who sank the boat?” I’m lucky enough to read this to her most nights (some nights on repeat) and it got me thinking about our clinical reasoning as therapists each day and how patients become injured...Read More
Aneeka has collated her top 7 tips to reduce cycling injuries and enhance recovery, in time for the Tour Down Under. Check them out...Read More
Welcome to one of the most rewarding professions ever!
Being able to influence people's lives so directly is extremely special and the journeys you take with your clients are both deeply satisfying and inspiring.
But there are levels to this game...Read More
Below are some tips that I have found useful in my own experience with running. It can be fun to go for a casual run and play around with some different styles, cues and see what works for you!Read More
March 16, 2016. I rush from work to basketball training. We have just won our first game of the Premier League season the week before. I warm up on the sidelines and get straight into the trial game. The young, enthusiastic U18 state team is running a half court trap. I’m playing point guard, I get the ball over half court before being trapped by two players, I jump to get through the press and land awkwardly.. The sound will never leave my memory. I knew straight away what had happened… there goes my ACL.Read More
I was reading a CV the other day.
I needed to employ another Physio to help with the workload at the clinic. Essentially, I was looking for a candidate that had clinical experience, someone who had carried out this kind of work before successfully. Most ticked that box...Read More
It got me thinking…substitute “drinking” for “running” and “beers” for “kilometres” and this is a discussion that I repeatedly have with people returning to running (or any sport for that matter) after an injury or even after an off-season. Furthermore, substitute “champagne” for “sprinting” and “cocktails” for “high-intensity interval training” and you can start to draw some parallels with common training errors...Read More
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Stretching is a lot like doing dirty dishes. Doing the dishes straight after using them is easier, it doesn’t take as much effort and is more effective. Leaving them over night will make the job harder. Same thing goes with stretching, the sooner after training, the better AND it will require less of your time.Read More
A big reason why I expanded my toolbox to include Traditional Chinese Acupuncture was to effectively treat ailments beyond the musculoskeletal realm. Hayfever was one of the first...Read More
A needle is inserted into rat subcutaneous connective tissue and rotated under dissecting microscope. Numbers 1-7 correspond with the number of rotations of the needle.With as little as one rotation a connective tissue “whorl” can be seen.Read More
I was a 3rd year Physiotherapy student, sitting with a fully fledged physio who was working with a western suburbs soccer team in the Premier League in Adelaide. This was exciting. Sports Physiotherapy was where I wanted my career to head, and as a 3rd year this kind of gig was as good as it gets. It was a Tuesday night and the squad were carrying a few injuries from the weekend.Read More
The pelvis is a 3 part bony ring consisting of two innominate bones, an intervening sacrum, two diarthrodal sacro-iliac joints posteriorly, and a pubic symphysis anteriorly. The lumbar spine consists of 5 vertebrae and has 18 articulations. Together, they form a multi-link system of 8 skeletal segments commonly referred to as the lumbo-pelvic region.Read More