The month of February 2018 saw Optomo Altitude cyclist and Allsports sponsored athlete, Faye Goodyear out of competition due to a serious crash and in excruciating pain.
The long term effects of w-sitting
What is all the fuss about? A quick google search of the term reveals a myriad of articles written by physiotherapists, occupational therapists, teachers and parents. Many of these popular articles say that w-sitting should be avoided at all costs! But do we need to demonise it?
The latest Allsports Physiotherapy Professional Development Seminar held at our Indooroopilly Clinic, resulted in “The Smiddy Room” brimming with physiotherapists and podiatrists from across the group. The seminar was held by Queensland Combined Orthopaedic Specialists and QSports Medicine industry professionals; Dr Mark Young, Dr Sherwin Goh, Dr Colin Chong and Dr Ben Forster – to discuss the developments in sporting field foot and ankle injuries and their treatment.
The recovery process and what we can do to help you get better.
Whiplash is a common injury often resulting in pain and significant disability. For more information on what we can do to help, read the great article below written by one of our fantastic physios, Joan Kelly.
Football leading cause of hospitalised sports injury
A new report from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare (AIHW) shows that a sports injury sustained while playing football make up the largest proportion of sports-related injuries requiring hospitalisation in Australia.
His Journey to 2016’s Kona Hawaii Ironman
Jarrod Harvey is an amateur Triathlete with aspirations to become a professional within the sport from 2016 onwards. He has been involved in Triathlons since the age of 12 and has competed for Queensland as well as Australia throughout his schooling years. A four-year hiatus from the age of 19 to 23 allowed for the completion of his Bachelor of Health, Sport and Physical Education which is now utilised each day in his position as an HPE Teacher.
Allsports Physiotherapy Indooroopilly has a lot to celebrate. Not only is the clinic marking its 20th birthday, but it has also now moved to brand new premises at 56 Coonan St, Indooroopilly.
Camp Hill’s Melissa Nolan at the RIO Paralympics
Melissa Nolan has earned herself the amazing opportunity of travelling to the Rio Paralympics, and working side by side some of Australia’s most talented Paralympians. Since completing a Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) in 2008 and a Bachelor of Human Movement Studies (Exercise Physiology) in 2009 at the University of Queensland, she has worked at Allsports Physiotherapy Camp Hill, where she has been a partner since 2013.
The recent 2016 Allsports Physiotherapy Professional Development Conference at the Rydges Hotel Brisbane brought together physiotherapists and Podiatrists from across the group to explore and discuss the latest developments in musculoskeletal injuries and their treatment.