Gluteal Tendinopathy – Exercise & Education? Corticosteroid injection? Wait and see? Which Option is Best – A research update reviewed by physio Michael Wilson

Gluteal tendinopathy, also known as hip bursitis or Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS) is a very common clinical presentation. It has a prevalence of 10-15% and can affect 1 in 4 females over the age of 50. A lot of people will present with various types of symptoms around this area from a dull ache…

Is Your Teenager at risk of a Sport Injury from playing football, netball, soccer or basketball? Advice from Physiotherapist Liam Hehir

We always have the best intentions for our children when it comes to sport, and we never want to see them sidelined because of an injury. This blog will highlight the 3 most common sporting injuries that physiotherapists see in children. For each injury, we will discuss what could be the cause of and how…

Hip and Groin Pain – Sports with Straight Line Running, Kicking and Cutting Athlete Advice my Physio SA Adelaide

Hip and Groin Pain: From the straight line running to the kicking and cutting athlete Anterior hip and groin pain (at the front) can occur suddenly or gradually in athletes, runners, gym goers, or anyone participating in sports that involve fast changes of direction, kicking or rapid acceleration and decelerations (i.e. soccer, football, basketball). Pain…