There is growing awareness of the impact of sport-related head and neck injuries on athletes of all ages and abilities.Read more
In the Clinic … with Kathy Mitchell
Allsports Physiotherapist Kathy Mitchell will join the 15-strong Australian Softball Team in Tokyo as Team Physio, marking the sports first appearance at the Olympic Games since Beijing in 2008.Read more
Pre-season training & off-season rest are two powerful strategies proven to have significant benefits to your in-season performance.Read more
Patella tendinopathy is a condition that can cause knee pain in active individuals.Read more
Proper warm-ups and care in the winter months can help reduce the likelihood of running injuries and optimise your running performance.Read more
The Female Athlete Triad is an important consideration when treating female athletes. So what exactly is it?Read more
For the second consecutive year, Allsports Physiotherapy (as part of the Healthia Ltd group) has partnered with Queensland Rugby Union to become the naming rights sponsor for the Hospital Challenge Cup.Read more
Lift the lid on shoulder pain and 5 helpful tips to understand why your shoulder hurts!
Whether you’re an office worker or a swimmer you can experience shoulder pain at any point in your life.
Shoulder pain can be extremely debilitating for some people and you may find your shoulder pain keeps reoccurring! There are many factors that can contribute to shoulder pain including repetitive tasks, certain movement and/or muscle patterns, or incorrect training or playing techniques.
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.