The specificity of hamstring assessment in late swing and early stance
“The development of the HRIG” It is now widely accepted that hamstring Injuries are on the increase, in the premier league, in soccer throughout the […]
Jun 13, 2024
How to last a while in elite sport
Author: Dr. Troy Flanagan - Vice President of Performance at the Milwaukee Bucks in the NBA I started my first job in elite sport in […]
Troy Flanagan
Apr 26, 2024
Emidio Pacecca – How I Rehab in the NFL
Emidio Pacecca, Performance and Rehab manager at New England Patriots was recently on the How I Rehab Podcast with Sports MAP founder Nick Kane. Emidio […]
Mar 13, 2024
Blood Flow Restriction Training in knee rehab – It’s not if, It’s when!
As you know, you should begin high-quality rehabilitation immediately after an injury. Everyone with an acute knee injury (e.g. ACL rupture, MCL injury, meniscal tear…) […]
Mathias Thoelen
Nov 16, 2023
Rehabilitation of a High Grade MCL Tear - Utilising a Systems Based Approach
For contact sport athletes, a common injury which is prevalent is an injury to the Medial Collateral Ligament (MCL) of the knee. As a diagnostic […]
Justin Richardson
Aug 24, 2023
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