Hip and Groin Pain – Sports with Straight Line Running, Kicking and Cutting Athlete Advice my Physio SA Adelaide

Hip and Groin Pain: From the straight line running to the kicking and cutting athlete Anterior hip and groin pain (at the front) can occur suddenly or gradually in athletes, runners, gym goers, or anyone participating in sports that involve fast changes of direction, kicking or rapid acceleration and decelerations (i.e. soccer, football, basketball). Pain…

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What Could be Causing my Elbow Pain? What Can Physio do to help? my Physio SA Adelaide

The elbow joint is a commonly injured area especially among sportspeople and manual workers. The most common cause of elbow pain is overuse with tasks of repetitive nature (e.g. racquet sports, throwing, weight lifting, repetitive use of screw driver to name a few!). Tendons, ligaments and muscles work synergistically around the elbow to allow functional…

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Have you had an ACL Reconstruction? Get the best advice from my Physio SA Physiotherapist Joshua Stewart

Have you had your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructed? It’s a fairly common injury for people who play sports that involve lots of twisting, turning and jumping like footy, rugby, netball and soccer. The standard procedure for repairing the structure is an operation that replaces your torn ligament with another tendon, normally from your hamstring.…