Pain is a sensation that is controlled by the brain. So why does it sometimes remain long after a physical injury has healed? Read more...
With winter upon is, it's time to hit the slopes! Strength training before you ski can reduce injury risk and make the trip away much more enjoyable! Read more...
Foot injuries are not as commonly seen compared to some other sporting injuries. When they occur they need to be accurately diagnosed and managed to avoid ongoing problems, however this can be difficult when you consider the complex and intricate anatomy of the foot.
Physiotherapy well placed to provide specific back pain management, not just advice.
Previous research showed that advice was as effective as physiotherapy for back pain. With recent research, this has changed. Read more...
Pain is not as predictable as we would like it to be. Most people understand pain as signifying harm or damage to the body.
However pain isn't always that simple. Read more
Vibration therapy is popular in some countries but not so much in Australia.
Does it have a place for fit, or unfit people in helping them make fitness gains?
This is a question we get asked often when people are forced to rest due to an injury or other life commitments.
Aidan Rich, APA Sports Physiotherapist was interviewed for Nine.com.au "Coach" on this topic. For the full article see here: Can muscle turn to fat?