Ankle Sprain Grades, Rehab and Recovery

Ankle Sprain Grades, Rehab and Recovery

Wednesday, August 15, 2018

Coming to the end of the winter sports season, Physio Inq Engadine are seeing so many ankle injuries. Ankle sprains are one of the most common sporting injuries. The most common risk factor is previous history of ankle injuries or instability: poor rehabilitation from a previous sprain drastically increases the chances of recurrence. So, you do need physiotherapy for your rolled ankle! Here we answer what each “grade” of sprain means, and how to figure out when you are ready to get back into your sport. Read more

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Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | What Are The Treatment Options?

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome | What Are The Treatment Options?

Monday, June 11, 2018

Carpal tunnel Syndrome occurs in 2.7% of the Australian population with it being more common in women than men. The average age of people who have Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is from the age of 40-50 years. Read more

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Common Injuries In Rugby League | & Prevention Strategies

Common Injuries In Rugby League | & Prevention Strategies

Friday, June 08, 2018

In 2015, across Australia, there was a 6% increase in participation in the sport. This means across Australia 1.4 million people are playing some rugby league. In any collision sport, particularly in rugby league, injuries are a relatively common and inevitable part of playing. Read more

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Bursitis | How Do You Treat & Prevent It?

Bursitis | How Do You Treat & Prevent It?

Monday, June 04, 2018

What is Bursitis? Read more

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Scoliosis: What Is It & How Can You Avoid It?

Scoliosis: What Is It & How Can You Avoid It?

Tuesday, May 22, 2018

Scoliosis is an ailment connected to the spine in a human body. This is a curvature of spine bone, which causes difficulty for a human while standing, sitting and walking. In Scoliosis, such curve in a spine causes contraction of muscles and other internal organs due to which human body may affect functioning properly. Due to this ailment, the human body posture leans to one side. Read more

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Tendonitis: How do you treat it and prevent it?

Tendonitis: How do you treat it and prevent it?

Wednesday, May 09, 2018

Tendonitis is a tendon injury, which is also known as: tendinitis, tendinopathy and tendinosis. Tendinopathy can occur in any tendon of the body, typically: Read more

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Weight Training: How To Avoid Injury & To Keep Training

Weight Training: How To Avoid Injury & To Keep Training

Wednesday, May 02, 2018

If you have just started weight training, or have found yourself with an injury from hitting the gym, you should know that there are seven common reasons we see people with sports injuries following weights training. But there are injury prevention strategies you can use. Read more

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Five easy exercises to avoid knee pain

Five easy exercises to avoid knee pain

Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Knees are оftеn ѕuffеrѕ the highest imрасt аrеаѕ of thе humаn bоdу whеn реrfоrming sports. Nоt only thаt, knее ѕurgеriеѕ аrе also ѕоmе оf the mоѕt соmрliсаtеd to реrfоrm. So, уоu wаnt tо make ѕurе thаt your knее is completely prepared for whatever ѕроrt оr ѕtrеnuоuѕ activity you go tо. Read more

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You lose if you don’t snooze. The importance of a goodnights sleep

You lose if you don’t snooze. The importance of a goodnights sleep

Thursday, April 12, 2018

Many people do not place a high enough value on rest.  Stress can be very damaging to our minds and our bodies.  We need to relax and contemplate things.  Workaholics are often in poor health and can be at times very bitter.  Did you know that Monday mornings typically have the highest incidents of heart attacks?  This can even be true if you enjoy what you are doing.  It is all about balance. Read more

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Strategies for prevention of soccer related injuries

Strategies for prevention of soccer related injuries

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

Football, or soccer, is a hugely popular sport, for all age groups, worldwide. Since we have a continual influx of novice players there are many cases of injury. Sport Medicine Australia revealed that in 2002-2003, 3,270 persons were admitted to hospitals across Australia for soccer-related injuries. The rate of injury for soccer players is said to be up to 35 injuries per 1,000 playing hours. Read more

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