Injuries


Rotator Cuff Injury & Tear

A rotator cuff injury is a common source of shoulder pain caused by straining or sustaining a tear within the muscles, tendons and joint capsule that stabilise your shoulder (also known as the rotator cuff). Learn More


Shoulder Bursitis

Within your shoulder lies a small, fluid-filled sac called a bursa. Think of it like a cushion that reduces friction and hence injury while you’re moving your shoulder. When that bursa becomes inflamed, it’s known as bursitis.  Learn More


Tendinopathies (tendonitis, tendinosis)

A tendinopathy refers to damage incurred by a tendon and the subsequent painful symptoms that follow. Any tendon around the body can become damaged, whether it is due to trauma/injury, overuse, or various other causes. When a specific tendon is damaged, the name of the tendon is incorporated into the diagnosed condition. For example, injury to the Achilles tendon is known as Achilles tendinopathy. Learn More


Nerve Pain

Nerve pain is caused by problems with the signals that are being transmitted from your nerves to the brain. This is usually a result of damage or disease within the nervous system. Because nerve pain can be felt day and night and even while you’re resting, it can be extremely debilitating to a person’s quality of life. Learn More


Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is a problem faced by 4 in 5 Australians at some point in their lifetime. It’s uncomfortable, painful, and can make everyday tasks and general movement incredibly painful. In fact, it’s one of the most common reasons for missed work. This is why effective treatment that has a long-term focus is absolutely essential. Learn More


Elbow Pain

Whether we acknowledge it or not, we are constantly using and moving our elbows. This means that an elbow injury can be extremely frustrating – and painful. While tennis elbow is the most common elbow injury we treat, there are a number of other causes of elbow pain. Learn More


Knee Pain

The most common causes of knee pain are from overuse injuries that occur gradually over time. This means that despite the onset of new symptoms, the damage to the knee joint or the surrounding bones, muscles or ligaments have developed over many weeks and months. This means effective treatment is essential so that the injury does not continue to worsen. Learn More


Sciatica

Sciatica causes pain that starts at the lower back and spreads down into the leg. The symptoms include both pain and neural such as weakness, numbness, burning and tingling. Effective treatment helps relieve pressure from the sciatic nerve and eliminate the symptoms. Learn More


Upper Back Pain

If you have upper back pain, you may feel anything from a sharp stabbing pain to numbness and tingling that starts around the spine and can spread to the ribs. The pain can come on suddenly following an injury, but often it tends to develop gradually and get progressively worse. Learn More


Calf Injuries

Injury to the calves can be very painful and severely limiting to your regular daily activities – including walking normally! These injuries often occur during sports that require you to quickly start, stop and change direction, such as in basketball, soccer and tennis. Because calf injuries often cause you to change your walking style and begin overloading other muscles, effective treatment is essential. Learn More


Ankle Sprains

Ankles sprains occur when the foot suddenly twists inwards and the ligaments that stabilise the ankle are excessively stretched to the point of strain. It’s often extremely painful, often causing swelling, bruising and making it difficult to bear weight on the injured foot. Learn More