In: - Injury

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.

Peace and Love

Soft tissue injuries such as strains and sprains are the most common sporting injuries. You may have heard of RICER and...

Will I ever get back on track after ankle surgery?

Can I fully recover after ankle surgery?  If you’ve just had ankle surgery or are scheduled for a procedure soon, this...

Navicular Injury - Podiatry Camberwell

Why is The Navicular So Particular?

The navicular is a prominent midfoot bone, which in sports such as AFL, and fast bowlers in cricket, has been associated...

ACL post surgery

After ACL surgery – why rehab rules

Receiving the diagnosis of a serious knee injury like a torn ACL can be devastating for many athletes and non-athletes alike. ...

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...

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...

inury free Rowing

ROWING INJURY FREE

Rowing is an incredible sport for many reasons: it is a great way to gain cardiovascular fitness, builds full body muscle...

When should i have an MRI, CT SCAN or XRAY?

WHEN SHOULD I HAVE AN MRI, CT SCAN OR XRAY?

Many patients with pain in their lower back are often after treatment and advice on ways to best to manage their...