Top 5 Tips to Help Kids Avoid Injuries for the next season of sport
The Allsports Physiotherapy Group is one of the leading providers of allied healthcare in Australia.
We use a multidisciplinary approach to design individualised treatment and rehabilitation programs for a wide range of injuries for patients from all walks of life.
Our growing number of purpose-built physiotherapy and sports medicine clinics provide expert physiotherapy treatment and easy access to a comprehensive range of allied health services aimed at caring for the whole person.
What parents need to know about prepping for the next season of sport
Kids’ sports season is upon us and for many parents, this starts with ensuring that their sports gear fits! However, underneath that sport’s jersey is a body of bones and tendons and muscles that is constantly growing and evolving. This means that kids can be more prone to certain injuries during these active growth phases of their lives.
At Allsports Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine Clinics we see a range of sport-related injuries and the effects these injuries can have on a child’s growing body.
First published March 26, 2020 12:40pm. Updated 6th January 8:30am AEST
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By Steffani Ford - Eat Smart Nutrition Accredited Dietitian & Sports Dietitian
Christmas is typically a time for celebrations, catching up with family and friends and of course delicious food and drinks. But wouldn’t it be great if we could do all this without the associated overfull tummies, lack of exercise, weight gain and guilt? Did you know on average Australians gain 0.8-1.5kg over the Christmas period? While that may not sound like a lot the research shows most of us struggle to lose that extra holiday weight. This Christmas take a pledge with us to enjoy a healthier, guilt free Christmas!