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Knee

ACL Mini Series Part 3: What to expect after ACL surgery?

Setting SMART ( Specific- Measurable- Attainable- Relevant- Time-based) goals is the hallmark of a good rehabilitation program, and recovery after ACL Reconstruction should be no […]

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30
Jun

Fingers

22
Jun

Fingers versus Footballs

Ouch! It seems to me that this season has resulted in a greater number of finger injuries related to football. This is happening at all […]

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Knee

09
Jun

ACL Mini Series: Part 2 – To surgery or not to surgery?

So I’ve gone and done my ACL- what now?! You may be thinking that surgical ACL reconstruction is your only option, however did you know […]

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Knee

19
May

ACL Mini Series – Part 1: Who is at risk of ACL tears and why?

Is it just us or does it seem like after a year off from organised sport, injuries are hitting us harder than ever? At Glenferrie […]

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Elbow and Hand

06
May

Do I have Golfers Elbow?

Do you experience pain when performing gripping tasks such as washing your hair and holding a pan? These are an indication of golfer’s elbow. Golfer’s […]

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Back and Neck

20
Nov

Why Rehabilitation is just like a Fairytale!

Rehabilitation is a complex thing but just like the fairytale Goldilocks and the Three Bears, if you get it just right it can be quite […]

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Foot

25
Sep

How To Identify If You Have A Sprained Foot?

As winter sports start up again, we been seeing more and more Sprained Foot injuries. We thought we should shed some light on the injury […]

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Foot

14
Sep

How to manage an Achilles Rupture Conservatively?

What is an achilles rupture? Achilles rupture is where the achilles tendon that joins the calf to your heel tears. Typically this means surgery; however […]

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News

25
Aug

Top 5 things I wish I knew when starting out Physio!

I’ve just finished having a final year physiotherapy student in his last placement before graduating. It got me thinking back over 25 years ago to […]

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Elbow and Hand

16
Jun

Finger Injuries

Glenferrie Sports and Spinals Hand Therapist Hamish Anderson discusses finger injuries and the importance of early management to promote quick return to function watch Hamish […]

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News

06
Jun

Sleep and Sport

Do your sleeping habits impact on performance? How well do you sleep? Did you know that sleep, or more importantly lack thereof will have a […]

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