In: pain

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.

Relieving shoulder impingement and bursitis 

Subacromial impingement syndrome (SIS) and bursitis are common causes of shoulder pain, affecting millions of people worldwide. While these conditions can...

Navigating resistance training with neck pain: modify, don’t quit

As weightlifting and resistance training enthusiasts know all too well, niggles can sometimes appear when trying to ramp up training –...

Urinary tract infection or pelvic floor dysfunction? 

UTI’s or urinary tract infections are an infection in any part of the urinary system and are often extremely painful.   Women...

AFLW and ACL’s: An Insider’s Perspective

They’re the three letters no athlete wants to hear: ACL (or anterior cruciate ligament). The ACL is a ligament in the...

Myotherapy for Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis, also known as MS, is a chronic autoimmune disease that affects and attacks the Central Nervous System (CNS). This...

Myotherapy Shoulder Injury

Movement and Myotherapy

Myotherapy is a form of manual therapy that focuses on the assessment, treatment, and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and dysfunction. It...

Pilates – what’s the fuss all about?

It’s Pilates Day – a day to celebrate the fastest growing form of exercise in Australia! But where did Pilates come...

Hit by a car. The journey back.

What happened? During the start of 2023, training was going perfectly; I was managing my training load well and the...

The mechanisms of building muscle – why muscle failure is not the whole picture 

In my last blog I detailed the plethora of benefits related to having more muscle mass. In this blog I...

Hamstring Injuries – does location matter?  

Location, location, location is a familiar phrase when purchasing property, but does this also ring true in regards to hamstring strains?  ...