Here are a selection of posts by Physioactive detailing information about injuries and news items.

Is work giving you a headache?

By bistring | July 29, 2020

Many of us, at some point in our lives will experience a headache. People that suffer from regular, persistent headaches know it can be debilitating and frustrating. There are many different types of headaches and it can often be hard to determine the reason behind them. If you are noticing that you are always getting … Read more

Hamstring Strain Injuries! What an amateur athlete needs to know!

By bistring | June 3, 2017

By Jamie Phillips (APA Sports Physiotherapist) Hamstring strain injuries (HSI) are one of the most common injuries in many sports such as football, soccer, rugby and basketball. A review of the 2016-17 English Premier League season showed that HSI had the highest injury occurrence rate among all injuries with the most days missed among all … Read more

Can Physiotherapy help with my dizziness?

By bistring | May 17, 2017

It depends on what is the cause of the dizziness. Dizziness can be caused by many things, including low blood pressure, certain medications and vestibular (inner ear) dysfunctions. A very common cause of dizziness is an inner ear dysfunction called Benign (non-life threatening) Paroxysmal (occurs suddenly) Positional (related to head position) Vertigo, or BPPV, which … Read more

Am I Ready to Return to Sport After ACL Reconstruction?

By bistring | February 28, 2017

Return to Sport after ACL Reconstruction By Jamie Phillips (Physiotherapist) If you have had an ACL reconstruction in the past year or two, and you are looking to return to sport, then you may have some anxiety and apprehension about whether you are ready to return to play or not. If you have not completed … Read more

Shin Pain for Runners and Athletes

By bistring | February 15, 2017

 Shin Pain for runners and athletes By Jamie Phillips (Physiotherapist) Shin pain is a common cause of injury and is often disabling for runners and athletes. Many pathological conditions could be occurring when an athlete falls victim to one of these conditions. Historically the term ‘Shin Splints’ has been used, however this term fails to … Read more

Professional Development Session with James Schomburgk

By bistring | May 18, 2016

Big thanks to James Schomburgk (APA Sports/Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist) for running a professional development session with our staff this week! Our physiotherapists have a great passion for continual learning and development!

U/18 National Basketball Grand Finals

By bistring | May 18, 2016

Physioactive are proud to be providing Physio services at the U/18 National Basketball grand finals tonight at Wayville!