By: Georgia Main

The Best Expertise

Maintaining the best results requires knowledge and expertise. Our athletes train and so do we, through our professional development program. Meaning that when a practitioner the treats you, they have the most advanced injury care knowledge. Read about what our practitioners are thinking in the injury blogs below.

The countdown to the Melbourne Marathon: footwear tips from CSSM podiatrist Gen Scott

The Melbourne Marathon is just 2.5 weeks away and this year, Australia’s largest marathon has gone virtual from 5-13 December. Whether you are training for your first ever marathon...

Chronic back pain: think of it like burnt toast

By CSSM Osteopath Jaimi Schroen. Back pain is the single leading cause of disability worldwide, with experts estimating up to 80% of...

The facts about Pilates: explore the core

If you’ve been wondering what all the fuss is about Pilates, what class would suit you and if it will work...

Training for the Melbourne Marathon 2020

With Australia’s largest marathon going virtual this year on 5 December, whether it’s training to complete the 5km, 10km, first full or...

Rev up your running: 5 tips that will make a difference NOW

Isolation has seen many of you pick up running, which is fantastic to see! And by now you might be feeling...

Ugg boot foot: heel pain in iso

One of the positives of spending so much more time at home has to be active wear and slippers. It can’t get much...

Putting it all together – Injury Prevention Week

This week has been all about preventing injuries. From warming up, cooling down, foam rolling and sports nutrition, our CSSM practitioners...

What your cool down should look like

In opposition to a warm up, a cool down is geared toward slowing down the body’s pace and preparing it for...

Your warm up should include these 3 components

A warm up is a vital and often forgotten component of any exercise or sport. It allows for the body to...

Is my jaw causing my headache?

Headaches are a common occurrence for some, probably more common now with the lifestyle changes and stresses of the current lockdown...