Articles

The Role of the Flexor Hallucis Longus in Acute Ankle Injury
The Flexor Hallucis Longus (FHL) has long been considered a site of potential overuse injury, especially in dancing cohorts (De-la-Cruz-Torres et al., 2020; Newman et […]
Simon Hall
Apr 26, 2022
Ball Sports, Tracking in The Right Direction for Endurance Runner’s Bones
Endurance sport is one of the greatest tests of mental and physical toughness. During a marathon an athlete, on average, will complete 160-200 steps per […]
Emily McLean
Apr 22, 2021
T-Junction Injuries of the Distal Biceps Femoris
T-Junction injuries of the distal biceps femoris – a more severe variant of hamstring strain injury Although there are signs of a drop in the […]
Fearghal Kerin
Mar 3, 2021
The Challenges In Dealing With a Semi Professional Athlete
The dream for many sportspeople is to forge a long and successful career as a full-time professional athlete. However, only very few are lucky enough […]
Sam O’Neill
Feb 18, 2021
Highlights from The Advanced Upper Limb Rehab in Sport
A big thank you to attendee Luke Nelson for doing a fantastic job in providing this educational summary of our recent course, The Advanced Upper […]
Dec 14, 2019
Surgery for Hamstring Injuries - Dr. Brian Devitt
Orthopaedic Surgeon from OrthoSport Victoria Dr. Brian Devitt explains when, why and how for considerations of hamstring surgery. [spu popup="1283"]
Jan 9, 2019
Rehabilitation for Match Demands
Free access to Jarrod Wade's presentation on Rehabilitation for Match Demands [spu popup="1088"]
May 21, 2018
Prevention Vs Performance: Managing Demands of Elite Athletes
Despite the large amount of knowledge we now have regarding injury prevention of athletes, the shear amount of non-contact injuries that occur each year can […]
Jackson McCosker
Apr 21, 2017
Why we have a placebo effect – Part II
Bruce Hood (Hood 2009) in his book “Supersense: why we believe in the unbelievable” makes a couple of quite pertinent points. He outlines a simple […]
Peter Blanch
Apr 19, 2017
Why we have a placebo effect- Part I
For a long time now, I have stood with my feet precariously placed on two icebergs that sometimes slowly drift apart and sometimes drift back […]
Peter Blanch
Apr 6, 2017
The 16 keys to success working in elite sport
Firstly, thanks to the SportsMap for asking me to wrote this blog. I hope as least a couple of you out there can take a […]
Steve Mount
Mar 17, 2017
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 […]
Feb 5, 2016
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 […]
Feb 5, 2016