In: Hugh Feary

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.

AO: Medical Time Out

If you’re like us, the hot summer nights have been spent watching the world’s best tennis players in the Australian Open....

Running gait analysis: why running is a complex skill

Running is actually quite a complex skill. If you want to get better at basketball or netball, the most logical thing...

gym pain Camberwell

Getting back to the gym: how to eliminate pain after a break  

Lockdown has been hard in so many ways, and those of us who have missed being in the gym and have been trying to pick up...

covid injury Camberwell

Why the COVID hiatus may make you more susceptible to injury  

Two final series cancelled, plenty of interruptions – it is no secret that organised sport has been heavily affected by COVID.   Thankfully, it...

Three things you should do to beat shin splints

With running events featuring in the back half of the year, such as Run Melbourne (unfortunately postponed!) and the Melbourne Marathon, or even...

Achilles tendon rupture – to surgery or not to surgery, that is the question

Australian heart break: If you were like most of Australia glued to the Olympics over the recent weeks, you may have seen Australian steeplechase athlete Genevieve Gregson suffer...

Andy Murray pulls out of Olympic singles competition: why you shouldn’t ignore muscle niggles 

By CSSM Physio Hugh Feary Sad news for tennis fans: reigning Olympic men’s tennis champion Andy Murray has been forced to...