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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.

Australia’s Paralympic campaign begins

The Olympic Games in Tokyo have recently wrapped up with Australia finishing with 46 medals, including 17 gold, equaling our previous...

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...

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...

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...

Training for the Melbourne Marathon 2020

With Australia’s largest marathon going virtual this year on 5 December, whether it’s training to complete the 5km, 10km, first full or...

Rev up your running: 5 tips that will make a difference NOW

Isolation has seen many of you pick up running, which is fantastic to see! And by now you might be feeling...

Returning to running: how to hit the road safely and effectively

With the closure of gyms during the COVID-19 restrictions, we have seen a large increase in the community’s uptake of running....

Preventing Injury from overtraining

New Year! New Me! New Injury? Avoiding Overuse Injuries

So 2019 was great but you want to make 2020 even better!  It is a common theme every time January 1st...