Recovering from chronic knee pain – occlusion training

Recently, our clinic was asked to help out with a research study being conducted by Lachlan Giles, a PhD candidate at La Trobe University. Our role is deliver a quadriceps rehabilitation program for patients with patellofemoral pain (anterior knee pain), something we see a lot of at the clinic here. This is not your regular […]

Do Minimalist Shoes Prevent Injury?

I am a clinician who sees running injuries every day. In recent years I have seen many runners turn to minimalist footwear. This popularity has been driven by many in the health and fitness industry pushing potential benefits related to injury and performance. I acknowledge there is much debate of what constitutes minimalist footwear, with […]

Tendinopathy blog Feb-Mar 2014

Dear all Just finished a great 2 day tendinopathy course in Melbourne – lots of great tendinopathy clinical discussions, ie the nitty gritty of treating tendons – what to assess, how to treat! Check out future courses at this link Or contact me to organize a course in your part of the world […]