In light of Men’s Health Week this month, this was an important topic we wanted to discuss on the blog. Here are a few key stats via the Australian Institute of Health & Welfare that may surprise you in regards to males in the workplace:
Over the last few months, major sporting bodies have been placed in the spotlight when it comes to the attention, management and expected protocols around concussions during play. The codes are being urged to do more than ever before to protect players from head knocks. (more…)
Your knee has four main ligaments, one on each of the outer sides and another two inside the knee behind your knee cap. A knee reconstruction usually requires a tissue graft (usually a tendon) to help keep the knee working as a hinge joint.
Are you participating in this year’s soccer competitions? With the easing of Covid-19 concerns and players eager to get back out onto the field, you may want to consider ways of limiting your risk of injury, ensuring you are able to play the entire season through.
As an Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) accredited practice, some important findings have been identified in the recent Aged Care Royal Commission Final Report into Aged Care Quality and Safety. In this blog, we will be sharing with you information from the media release provided by the APA on the matter.
Taping can play an essential part in rehabilitation and injury prevention and at Progressive Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy, we use it frequently to support our clients throughout their injury recovery journey.
One of Penrith’s most loved sports is Netball and the season is just about to kick off. Those early Saturday morning starts and netball gala days are just upon us. Netball as a sport is considered relatively fast paced, high intensity and involves rapid change of direction, jumping and landing movements.