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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.

Running more? Why you should have a plan

We have seen a lot of overuse injuries at CSSM recently as many of us do more walking or running than...

The female athlete triad: over-training and energy deficiency in female athletes

By Osteopath, Nicole Owen-Tighe This one’s for all our super sporty female champions out there! The ‘Female Athlete Triad’ – maybe...

Building strength in just 13 minutes

A lot of people have upped their running km’s throughout iso which is great to see however, we need to make...

Behavioural goals: the secret to success

Behavioural Goals vs Outcome goals By CSSM Podiatrist Alicia Schifferle Generally, when we want something, we are taught to first think...

Spotlight on Sylvie: Keeping up the motivation

   Sylvie Tennant is one of our original members of the CSSM Run Club. A busy mother of two young children, she initially got into...

Men’s Health Week

Did you know only 30% of a man’s overall health is determined by his genetics? 70% is controllable through lifestyle. Men’s...

Footy’s Back – But is there an injury sting in the COVID tail?

Footy is BACK!  Today the AFL announced a June 11 start date to the 2020 AFL Season.  With the start...

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Infection Control Policy

UPDATED 6 August 2020   MELBOURNE IS CURRENTLY IN STAGE 4 COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS  Camberwell Sports & Spinal Medicine remains an essential...

The road to Tokyo

A huge congratulations to 2019 @teamCSSM alumni Steven Currie who will be heading to Tokyo after qualifying for the Australian taekwondo...

Reisstance Training in Youth

Young Guns – Resistance Training for Junior Athletes

In his previous blog post, CSSM Physiotherapist Peter Stath wrote about junior athletes and the potential pitfalls of specialising in one particular sport from...