Knowing how to avoid exercise-induced injuries is vital to keep you training regularly and help you live a long, healthy life. Here are our top 5 tips to help avoid exercise-induced injury
I have seen a massive increase in the number of injuries women and girls are experiencing playing AFL football recently. Learn how to avoid injuries and play more of this great game.
You may not think it but your feet can play an enormous part in your enjoyment of cycling. The right sorts of cleats, bike shoes, foot position, movement of the foot all determine how the force you generate is transferred into the bike.
Netball is a fantastic sport; I love it. It doesn’t matter what age or ability level you are, anyone can enjoy netball. As with any sport however, there are certain injury risks involved with participation.
Heel pain can be a debilitating condition that sucks the enjoyment out of any experience. With the right diagnosis and management plan, your heel pain could be a thing of the past.
Tendon pain, and its associated dysfunction, can be a major factor for pushing athletes out of sport, limiting our ability to be independent and simply stopping us doing all the things we love to do.
Ankle sprains can stop you playing sports for weeks at a time and if poorly treated, leave you with ankle problems for the rest of your life. Our foot and ankle specialists at Complete Podiatry can help get your ankle sprain better fast.