In: osteopath

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.

Your headache isn’t always in your head – part 3

In the last of our 3-part blog series, we will talk you through the most common headaches we see at...

What a headache – part 2

We’ve noticed that more and more patients during lockdown are seeking our help with headaches.    In the second of a...

How to find your winter workout mojo

The cooler weather is officially rolling in, making it very temping to hibernate indoors with the heater cranking and your dressing...

Why are ACL injuries so common in female footballers?

Women and girls account for nearly one-third of the 1.6 million Australian Rules Football players nationally, with the number of clubs...

Antenatal and post-natal pilates: what you need to know

During pregnancy, the female body experiences major changes in a relatively small period of time. Pilates is one of the most...

The Sarah Gigante Diaries – Part 2

In part 1 of her summer diary for CSSM, Sarah Gigante took us on the road to reflect on her recent...

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...

What’s your trigger point?

Dry needling is a quick and effective technique used all over the world to treat musculoskeletal pain. The process involves a...

Running OSteopath Camberwell Travis Bateman

Run Long Run Strong – Preparing for the Marathon

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...