Dealing With and Preventing Injuries

Diary of Physio Patient: An ACL Injury ~ Part 2

In this four part series, Physiotherapist James Pearce discloses his own feelings, concerns and frustrations as he underwent his own knee reconstructive surgery. As a physiotherapist who routinely consults and treats many people with ACL injuries, when I ruptured my own ACL, I decided to write this blog and give an insight into the recovery […]

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The Dreaded “High Ankle Sprain”, But What’s The Difference?

Ankle sprains are the most common single type of sport related trauma among all body sites and types, and account for more than 80% of injuries. To understand the difference between a common lateral ankle sprain and a high ankle sprain, it’s important to have a brief understanding about the anatomy. Three bones in the […]

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FIFA 11+ ~ A Warm Up Proven To Reduce Injuries

Research has shown the FIFA 11+ program to be effective at preventing football injuries. The reasons for warming up before any physical activity are well known. But are our warm-ups adequately preparing us for an improved performance on the pitch while reducing our inherent risk of injury? Developed and studied by the FIFA Medical Assessment […]

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Management Of Concussion In Sport

There has been growing concern in Australia and internationally about the incidence of sport-related concussion and potential health ramifications for athletes. The issue of concussion is one that affects a wide variety of sports across all levels, from amateur games right up to elite athletes. Quite rightly it is a topic that has received greater […]

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Enjoy Your Holiday?

Jubilee’s Physiotherapists travel all over Australia and throughout the world looking after athletes and sporting teams. It is a wonderful opportunity to immerse yourself in the world of sports physiotherapy, experience different cultures and develop friendships. So what do physiotherapists do when they are on tour? Before You Leave The amount of work performed in […]

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Diary of Patient Physio: An ACL Injury ~ Part 1

In this four part series, Physiotherapist James Pearce discloses his own feelings, concerns and fears as he undertook his own knee reconstructive surgery. As a physiotherapist who routinely consults and treats many people with ACL injuries, when I ruptured my own ACL, I decided to write this blog and give an insight into the recovery […]

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Understanding Osteoarthritis ~ Signs, Symptoms And Management Options

When it comes to osteoarthritis, a little understanding goes a long way. What is Osteoarthritis? Osteoarthritis (OA) is a condition in which the cartilage, which acts as a cushion in our joints, wears away. As a result, the benefits of cartilage are lost, and bones of the joints rub closer together causing pain and swelling. […]

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Women in Football: Are Female Footballers More Susceptible To Injury?

Football as a sport for women is continuing to gain momentum and becoming an ever-increasing first choice of sport for young girls. In fact, FIFA reports that 12% of the footballing population is female, which equates to approximately 30 million players. Numbers grew by 50% between 2000 and 2006 alone. The first women’s World Cup […]

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Stand Up For Fitness ~ Is Paddle Boarding A Good Workout?

Stand-up paddle boarding is considered the fastest growing water sport in the world. And for good reason; it’s a great workout, relaxing and fun. Stand-up paddle (SUP) boarding is becoming more popular each year. Hawaiians have been using it for years as a means to keep fit when the waves are not adequate for surfing. […]

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Dry Needling: A Finer Point To Pain Management

Dry needling is an effective technique for the treatment of muscular pain by relaxing overactive muscles. What is Dry Needling? The practice of ‘dry needling’ involves inserting an acupuncture needle into a trigger point and is typically used to treat the pain associated with injuries or muscular pain. A trigger point is a tender spot […]

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