In: muscle

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.

Why athletes are seeing red spots at the Olympics

It’s official: Australia has capped off its best-ever Olympic Games in the pool after the national swim team claimed a record-breaking...

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...

Olympic injuries: what will the toll be at Tokyo?

The Olympics symbolise the ultimate in athletic achievement. Athletes train their entire sporting lives for the chance of winning gold. This...

Osteoarthritis Treatment

Osteoarthritis series part 2: treatment options

In the previous blog post, CSSM physio Peter Stath introduced some concepts to help better understand osteoarthritis and the impact it...

Osteoarthritis series part 1: understanding osteoarthritis

Do you get knee pain that persists for 30 minutes in the morning? Or perhaps your hip feels quite stiff and...

Getting stitched up? Prevent the risk of a stitch.

A stitch, otherwise known as exercise-related transient abdominal pain (ETAP) is a pain felt in the side of the abdomen (and sometimes...

What your cool down should look like

In opposition to a warm up, a cool down is geared toward slowing down the body’s pace and preparing it for...