Walking the walk

In March this year Australia’s most decorated male track and field athlete and Ballarat legend Jared Tallent announced his retirement from competitive athletics.

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Osteochondritis Dissecans

Osteochondritis Dissecans is a relatively common childhood problem in the knee. The name means bone and cartilage breaking away from the underlying bone. It most commonly heals by itself, but in adults, or adolescents over the age of 14, it seems more likely to break off than to heal. It is less common in girls, but the upper age cutoff for might be lowe

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Physiotherapy and Telehealth

You may have noticed this week that I have been performing Physiotherapy with Telehealth using telephone and zoom as a way of exercising social distancing but still continuing essential care for patients.

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Tips for coping with Coronavirus Anxiety

Feelings of worry and unease can be expected following a stressful event, such as the recent declaration of a global pandemic, however, it is important that we learn to manage our stress before it turns to more severe anxiety and panic.

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What is Sports Medicine?

One of the most common questions we hear in our practice is “Why should I see a Sports Physician? I walk the dog and do the gardening”, or “I’m 70 and haven’t played sport since I was 16.”

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