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.

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...

How psychosocial factors can affect your running

When we think about running related injuries, it is easy to think about the obvious contributors; recent increase in training or...

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...

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...

Flip flop faux pas: why heel pain soars in summer

An Australian summer goes hand in hand with holidays, swimming and thongs – it doesn’t get much better does it? But...

Coping with Covid

by Osteopath Nicole Owen-Tighe While one month of zero Covid-19 cases in Victoria is something to celebrate, many of us are finding that our...

Peace and love: is it time to ditch the ice pack?

Acute muscle strains and joint sprains are some of the most common lower limb injuries we see as physiotherapists, especially in those involved in high impact sports...

Ugg boot foot: heel pain in iso

One of the positives of spending so much more time at home has to be active wear and slippers. It can’t get much...