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About Groin Pain

Groin Pain Groin pain is common in kicking and evasion sports such as Australian football, Soccer and rugby. Previously known as ‘osteitis pubis’ it can be a challenging injury for both athletes and medical teams to manage. A thorough understanding of the anatomy, biomechanics and function is required to manage these injuries effectively. Anatomy 10 …

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Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain can quite debilitative and restrictive for both every day activities and for the sporting populations especially in overhead athletes. There are different types of shoulder pain that require different management and rehabilitation strategies. These may include: Subacromial Impingement Syndrome (also known as Bursitis) Tendinopathy Instability Glenoid labral pathology (SLAP lesion) Adhesive capsulitis (Frozen …

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What your Physio should NOT miss: 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 and return to sport timeframes. Injuries to the syndesmotic tibiofibular joint are less likely to occur …

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4 Tips for Low Back Pain

Back pain does not mean your back is damaged – it means it is sensitised. Your back is one of the strongest structures in the human body. It’s very rare to do permanent damage to your back. 1) MOVEMENT HELPS! Movements may be quite painful at first – like an ankle sprain – but they …

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