Injury Blog

Why is The Navicular So Particular?
July 30, 2019

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

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2019 Netball Shoe Review
July 18, 2019

In this blog post CSSM podiatrist looks at the two best sellers from the 2019 range of netball shoes to see…

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Ash Barty: A Case Study in Managing Burnout in Junior Athletes?
June 11, 2019

On the weekend – Australia’s Ashleigh Barty has become the first Australian to win the French Open in 46 years after…

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ACL post surgery
After ACL surgery – why rehab rules
June 5, 2019

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

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Running OSteopath Camberwell Travis Bateman
Run Long Run Strong – Preparing for the Marathon
May 29, 2019

With 20 weeks to go until the 2019 Melbourne Marathon CSSM Principal and Osteopath Travis Bateman looks at how to start a running program. Here’s…

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2019 Footy Boot Review
May 28, 2019

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PREGNANCY AND OSTEOPATHY
January 31, 2019

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

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PATELLA TENDINOPATHY: JUMPERS KNEE
January 31, 2019

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

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LOW BACK PAIN AND PARACETAMOL
January 31, 2019

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

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PROTECTING JUNIOR ATHLETES FROM INJURY
January 31, 2019

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

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SITTING VS STANDING
January 31, 2019

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

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BLISTERS – LET’S BURST THAT BUBBLE
January 31, 2019

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

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