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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.

Pregnancy and OSTEOPATHY

PREGNANCY AND OSTEOPATHY

During nine months of pregnancy, the female body undergoes several structural and physiological changes and this can lead to compensatory patterns...

Patella Tendinopathy "Jumper's Knee "

PATELLA TENDINOPATHY: JUMPERS KNEE

Jumper’s knee With winter just around the corner, the sporting seasons are now in full swing. Many teens and pre-teens are...

LOW BACK PAIN AND PARACETAMOL

Low back pain and paracetamol by Osteopath Lachlan White It is expected that 70-90% of people will suffer from low back pain...

How Much? Training Load For Junior Athletes

PROTECTING JUNIOR ATHLETES FROM INJURY

One of the most common questions we receive from concerned parents about their active children is, “how much is too much?”...

Sit? or Stand?

SITTING VS STANDING

The jury is out on which is better. Standing all day is no better than sitting. This is because, by standing...

blisters

BLISTERS – LET’S BURST THAT BUBBLE

It’s time to burst some bubbles, pop the stigma and talk about the really irritating problem of blisters. They’ve been...

WOMEN ‘5 TIMES MORE LIKELY’ TO RUPTURE ACL

The opening of the AFLW season has seen a spate of season ending knee injuries, including Carlton skipper Brianna Davey who...

a pain the BACKPACK

A PAIN IN THE BACKPACK

With textbooks, computers, lunch and sporting equipment, backpacks can be heavy. This is particularly concerning for junior students as the spine...

if the shoe fits GET THE RIGHT FIT

IF THE SHOE FITS

It’s back to school time! Hard to believe the summer break is already over! Parents – it’s time to check up on all...

BLOG SERIES PART 4: CROSSING THE MIDLINE

Here’s an exercise for you: head down to your local oval and use the boundary line and run directly along it. If...