GROIN PAIN || Groin pain, referred to also as athletic pubalgia, is a common problem for a number of athletes, particularly those who engage in sports that require specific use (or overuse) of lower abdominal muscles and the proximal muscles of the thigh. Predominantly...

June 21, 2019

In part one, we unearthed that pilates has a role to play in reducing the severity of chronic lower back pain. In part two, we tackle a common question from our patients and delve further into the research to see if there is a difference between mat and reformer pilate...

June 3, 2019

With our 30 day pilates challenge starting today, we thought we would take a look at why we love pilates so much for our patients, and what some of the benefits are. Part 1 looks at how pilates affect those with chronic lower back pain. Part 2 looks at the difference b...

May 24, 2019

KICKING || As per usual the Praxis team delved into an area of clinical interest to better understand the demands of our athletes. Last session we discussed throwing technique which you can read about here.

SUMMARY

  • There are differences in kicking techniques when acc...

May 20, 2019

GRADUATION || A massive congratulations to our resident remedial massage guru Nancy! She recently "doffed the cap" during her graduation ceremony. Nancy successfully completed a Bachelor of Health Science (Myotherapy) at the Endeavour College of Natural Health. 

Myother...

May 15, 2019

THROWING || This week in professional development session, our physio team delved into throwing techniques and links to injury. Proper throwing mechanics are important to understand as they may enable an athlete to achieve maximum performance with minimum chance of inj...

February 11, 2019

ALICE SPRINGS

Cam and Steve finish their week at the National Indigenous Cricket Carnival (NICC) as the central Physiotherapists representing Cricket Australia and Praxis. The NICC has been created to further advance and develop Indigenous cricket. The competition provi...