ACL Ruptures

ACL ruptures have gained significant media attention of late due to the amount of time missed in sport, particularly among elite AFL, soccer and rugby players. This blog will explore what an ACL is, how it is important for knee stability as well as explore the surgical and physiotherapy treatments for them. What is an […]

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What you can do for Hip Pain

Are you experiencing hip pain? Is it located on the outside of your hip? Is there pain when lying on that side? Or do you experience pain when standing on one leg? You may be experiencing greater trochanteric pain syndrome (GTPS). GTPS is the umbrella term to describe pain on the outside of the hip. This […]

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Pregnancy Pool Exercise Class

Watermums is back! Watermums is a fantastic way for pregnant ladies to maintain or improve general fitness, reduce stress on the pelvis and pelvic floor, improve flexibility, reduce swelling in the lower legs, and improve mood due to the endorphin release and catching up with other pregnant ladies. Our classes have been popular for over […]

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achilles tendon

Achilles Tendon Rupture

An injury that isn’t common, but any social sport enthusiast should be aware of is an Achilles Tendon rupture. The Achilles tendon is a segment of connective tissue that helps join your calf muscle to the back of your heel bone. A rupture of this tendon typically happens in sport when taking off to sprint or jump […]

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Medial Ankle Impingement Syndrome

Medial Ankle Impingement Syndrome

Medial impingement syndrome develops due to the formation of a bony spur on the talar bone; and is characterized by a limited range of motion and pain when performing specific movements. The spur causes compression when the ankle is dorsi-flexed (backward bending of your foot).   The syndrome typically develops due to longstanding instability of the […]

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Tennis Elbow

Have you ever come home from a long day of working on the tools or at your desk and noticed that the outer part of your elbow is quite sore? If this is something you experience regularly, you may be experiencing a condition known as tennis elbow. But how can I have tennis elbow if […]

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Considerations with imaging

When someone has sustained an injury or is experiencing pain, it is pretty typical for a doctor or other health professional to refer this person for diagnostic imaging scans, such as X-ray, ultrasound, or MRI. Copies of imaging scans or reports are often given to patients. When received, these reports can be long and detailed, […]

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