5 Tips to Help You and Your Body Prepare for the Upcoming Sport Season
Are you missing your sport? COVID can be blamed for many things, including shortening our sport seasons. Most of us have missed our teammates, coaches, supporters and that smell of freshly cut grass. As we don our boots, sneakers or cleats, it’s important to remember that our bodies have been on hiatus too. Returning to sport too quickly can put our bodies at risk of injury.
With the ever-evolving COVID-19 climate, we are regularly being asked by our patients, friends and family if it’s safe to continue their daily exercise routines. Now, more than ever, we have a very good reason to exercise. We know exercise contributes to good health – and that includes both our physical and mental health and well-being. Even more so in the current situation, we all need a good boost.
At Allsports Physiotherapy, our team is proud to offer individualised rehabilitation and preventative care for athletes of all levels, so we’re very excited to share the work we’ve been doing with the Wynnum Seagulls this year – and the impact that it has helped create on both their physical health and overall wellbeing. This Sunday we’re thrilled to see the Wynnum Seagulls taking on the Burleigh Bears in the Queensland Rugby League 2019 Grand Final! Read more
3 Tips on cricket’s most common injury
With the cold weather disappearing and football coming to an end, the cricket season is just around the corner. Cricket is Australia’s oldest past-time – filled with hours in the sun, flies glued to your back, whites that never stay white, and the odd sore shoulder. Whether it be from a dive to save a four, striving to bowl that top speed yorker, or throwing one too many balls in from the boundary, shoulder pain happens.