What Happens After Shoulder Surgery

What Happens After Shoulder Surgery

Committing time, effort, care, and patience to your recovery helps move the healing process along. While a recovery timeline of 6 to 12 months is generally predicted, your overall health, the specifics of your surgery, post-surgery activities and therapy all...
How to Avoid Frozen Shoulder

How to Avoid Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder is the common term used to describe adhesive capsulitis, a condition that results in pain and limited shoulder mobility. While the exact cause is unclear, regular daily gentle stretching can help avoid or address the issue. Sedentary work, being...
Reasons For Stretching

Reasons For Stretching

The human body uses over 600 muscles to keep us moving, so it makes perfect sense giving them a stretch will help maintain optimal conditioning. Stretching as little as 2 or 3 times a week using the right techniques can make a noticeable difference to your flexibility...
Sports with the Highest Rates of Injuries

Sports with the Highest Rates of Injuries

Australia’s love of all types of sport is a part of our cultural uniqueness. But with that passion comes the burden of sports injuries. Research from the Australian Institute of Health and Welfare conducted in 2016-17 showed that almost 60,000 people over 15 years old...
Causes of Meniscus Injury

Causes of Meniscus Injury

Meniscus injuries are common, affecting an estimated 6 in 1,000 Australians during their lifetime. Males between 20 and 29 are the most likely to suffer a meniscus tear, and (or possibly because) most meniscus injuries result from sport or sudden impact. However, you...