The team at The Injury Clinic spend time every month putting together some information that we hope is of benefit to our clients. We endeavour to keep things topical and up to date, using recent publications to guide our posts. We hope you enjoy!
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain why pelvic pain is associated with pregnancy and what can be done to manage it.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explains how the pelvis works and why you may be experiencing pain.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic provide some facts and debunk some myths surrounding the pelvis.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain the importance of muscle tone for athletic hip and groin pain.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain what femoroacetabular impingement is.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain components of rehabilitation required for athletic hip and groin pain.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain what exactly athletic hip and groin pain is.
Here at the clinic we like to keep things simple with a few key facts to take home each month. This month, it’s all about athletic hip and groin pain.
A sports dietitian can work closely with you to create a nutrition plan that matches your training load and will help you to work towards your goals.
Consulting with a qualified sports dietitian can provide valuable information about your required energy intake for your individual energy expenditure.
Our Sports Dietitian provides some interesting facts and debunks some myths surrounding fuelling for training.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic can help create a plan around whether to continue running or not with Achilles pain.
The Injury Clinic Physiotherapists weigh up the factors that determine if someone with Achilles pain should get a scan or not.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explore the role of the Achilles when running and walking and its ability to generate force.
A Sports Dietitian can help with creating a plan to help individuals achieve their personal training or competition goals.
The theme for this months facts and myths is Achilles tendinopathy in runner. If you have any further questions, book an appointment with your Physio.
The Injury Clinic Team weigh up the benefits vs costs of ice water recovery after training.
Our Strength Coach explores the impact that lack of sleep can have on our coordination and thus overall performance.
The Injury Clinic team explore the negative impact that electronic devices can have on our sleep and thus overall recovery.
The Injury Clinic team explore how late training sessions can negatively impact our sleep and thus effecting our recovery and performance.
This month we have debunked some myths and provided some handy tips around preparation and recovery to improve performance.
Work with your physiotherapist at The Injury Clinic to develop an exercise regime that positively effects your knee osteoarthritis.
Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic can educate you on the long term implications for your knee and help you decide on the form of short term management following an injury.
Surgery and non-operative management following an ACL injury are both suitable options, and the decision depends on a variety of individual factors. Discuss your options with a physiotherapist at The Injury Clinic.
A well constructed strength and conditioning program can significantly help with the return to sport post ACL reconstruction. The physios and S&C coach at The Injury Clinic can help with this.
This month we have busted some myths focusing on knee injuries and long term joint health! For more information, consult with your physiotherapist.
At The Injury Clinic, physiotherapists are frequently asked about abdominal separation by post partum women. This blog dispels some myths and misconceptions about diastasis rectus abdominis.
In most cases it is safe to exercise during pregnancy, however not many women do because they are unsure or afraid. This blog outlines the benefits and risks of exercise during pregnancy.
While it has been established that in most cases it is safe to exercise during pregnancy, fewer than 15% of pregnant women are achieving the minimum recommendation of exercise (150mins
Returning to exercise post partum is an exciting but scary thought. Physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic can help post partum women return to exercise in a gradual and guided way.
There is a significant correlation between knee pain and the strength and function of your hips. Find out how your Physiotherapists and Strength & Conditioning Coach can help you.
There are many possible contributing factors to the development of PFP and treatment is managed by physiotherapists to keep it specific to the individual.
The Injury Clinic Physiotherapists and Strength Coach can work with you to establish appropriate exercises for your individual situation.
Hip strength training is an important part of reducing patellofemoral pain and keeping your body moving well.
The Injury Clinic physiotherapists provide an understanding of the complexity of pain, as well as some misconceptions surrounding it.
At The Injury Clinic we see a lot of hamstring injuries, especially in the track and field athletes of multiple age groups. Blog Part 1 focuses on diagnosis and associated return to run timelines following hamstring injuries.
Relaxation is not the only benefit gained from Diaphragmatic Breathing. Our Strength & Conditioning Coach explains other advantages and its relationship with injury, also.
The Injury Clinic Physiotherapists discuss the disadvantages associated with overdiagnosis and explain that in terms of treatment, sometimes less is more.
Did you know your heel pain may be related to your foot strength?
The physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic work alongside their Strength Coach to help build muscle and strength… even in your feet!
We all know recovery is needed post exercise, so why not recover in the most efficient way possible? Let the physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic update you on the best recovery positions after exercise!
Experiencing Achilles Tendinopathy? Have you ever considered doing a hopping based program? The physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic explain the benefits associated with Hop Training.
Ladies, this one is for you! Our physiotherapists break down the research regarding boobs, biomechanics and running!
Running Facts & Myths…here are some of the common running myths we hear at The Injury Clinic, along with some not so common running facts.
Physiotherapists, Strength Coaches & Dietitians work closely together at The Injury Clinic to manage and prevent running injuries and help improve
Learn all about how The Injury Clinic’s Physiotherapists manage tendon pain to get you back up and running.
Running related injuries are very common here at The Injury Clinic. Our physiotherapists acknowledge the relationship between running technique and patellofemoral stress and work to Diagnose, Fix and Prevent running injuries.
The team at The Injury Clinic understand the frustration of not being able to play sport post ACL reconstruction. Our physiotherapists goal is to return you to sport as quickly as possible, whilst minimising the risk of reinjury.
Tendon health and strength are very important to take stress away from our muscles and avoid injury. Read about how The Injury Clinic’s Strength & Conditioning coach uses tendon training to benefit clients rehab and performance
The Injury Clinic's Sports Dietitian can assist by outlining the role of nutrition in preventing tendinopathy and create an individualised plan for you.
The Injury Clinic’s Strength & Conditioning Coach has your pre-race warm up sorted. Learn about the benefits of pre-race loaded conditioning.
Get all the up to date knowledge on Strength Training for female youth. The Injury Clinic Strength & Conditioning coach works with physiotherapist to ensure our young clients are training safely.
Including adductor strengthening exercises into your gym program can significantly reduce risk of groin injuries. The Injury Clinic Strength and Conditioning Coach and Physiotherapists can show you how!
The Injury Clinic Physiotherapists see a lot of running-related injuries that need to be treated. But we don’t want to see you injured! Let our team of Physiotherapists, Strength Coaches and our Dietitian work with you to prevent injuries or illness from occurring.
Read all about how The Injury Clinic’s Physiotherapists, dietitian and Strength & conditioning coach work together to ensure you get the right treatment.
At The Injury Clinic, we are often dealing with injuries or presentations that have a significant inflammatory component. Physiotherapists and Strength & Conditioning Coaches at The Injury Clinic work closely with the clinic Dietitian to ensure that all possible contributing factors to our clients presentations are
Dry Needling. What is it? Why would physiotherapists at The Injury Clinic suggest dry needling as a treatment technique?
The Injury Clinic offers the service of an Alter-G Treadmill. Physiotherapists and Strength Coaches are trained to determine the right load and and provide a training program that assists in injury management and return to sport.
The Injury Clinic Strength Coach has prepared a blog on the importance of event preparation and tapering. Strength & Conditioning Coaches work alongside Physiotherapists and Sports Dietitians at The Injury Clinic to get the best outcomes for clients.
The Injury Clinic’s sports Dietition shares some handy hints on maintaining a healthy immune system
The Injury Clinic explains the importance of exercise in the prevention and management of injuries. Strength & Conditioning Coaches work alongside Physiotherapists and Sports Dietitians at The Injury Clinic to get the best outcomes for clients.
Stress less… At The Injury Clinic our team of physiotherapists, Strength & Conditioning coaches and sports dietition work together to help reduce stress related injuries
All the benefits of strength training explained by The Injury Clinic. Strength & Conditioning Coaches work alongside Physiotherapists and Sports Dietitians at The Injury Clinic to get the best outcomes for clients.
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