Monthly Archives: February 2016

Prognosis of Rectus Femoris Strains

A male, 27 year old athlete presents to you with right anterior thigh pain one-day post injury. He reports feeling a sharp pain on kicking in the later stages of his soccer match. He was unable to continue playing...

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Welcome to Sports Medicine Physiotherapy

As a young teenager, I was always with my older brother Ben. He was almost three years my senior and was a very promising young Australian Rules Football Player. He played in the elite underage competition that sees more...

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Not to be missed Part 1: High Risk Stress Fractures

Stress fractures are often misdiagnosed, within clinical settings, particularly the high risk Navicular and Femoral neck stress fractures. Early and accurate diagnosis of a bone stress injury increases the likelihood of a positive outcome for your athlete. Physiotherapists’ are...

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Not to be Missed: Part 2: The Syndesmosis Complex

The tibiofibular syndesmosis joint plays a primary role in providing the stability and congruency to the mortise of the talocural joint under axial loads. Immediate recognition and prompt management of syndesmotic injuries should minimise complications and improve the prognosis...

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Summary of Anthony Hogan’s Groin Rehabilitation

100% attendees said they would highly recommend this course to their friends and colleagues. The first of our Advanced Lower Limb Rehabilitation in Sport course was recently held in Perth, Western Australia with a huge success. Experienced Sports Physiotherapists...

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