It’s been a busy week. I’m trying not to use the phrase “Uncertain Times” or any of the “C” words, so lets just agree things are happening quickly at the moment. Here’s an update on what’s happening at Parkside as of Sunday March 29
The FFA’s decision to temporarily suspend all grassroots football training/trials/games from Wednesday 18/03 until
Tuesday 14/04 due to COVID-19 is unfortunate, however, all football participants must play a role if we are to help slow the spread of the virus.Read More
Physiotherapy, has been defined as an essential service and the current advice from the Federal Health Minister is that we are permitted to stay open. A well-organised, safe facility is where you should be, not an overworked GP practice or public hospital.Read More
Important Corona Virus Update: The safety and well-being of our clients and staff is always our priority. We are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and taking advice from reputable, official channels and taking steps to help keep our community safe.
As we all adjust to new precautions, we want to highlight a few actions we are taking at Parkside Sports Physiotherapy while we remain open for business as usualRead More
Hi everyone, Matt McEwan from Parkside Sports Physio here. Juyst typing thjis slowly with my left hanfd to let you kjnow what I’e managed to do to myself.Read More
Pre Season is upon us and so are our patients coming in complaining about shin splints. Its one of those really annoying and limiting condition that can have a lasting impact on continued training and games. Trust me, I know how badly they suck.Read More
We are excited to be welcoming Ashleigh Hooper onboard as our Exercise Physiologist. Ashleigh is a familiar face, having been on our Front Desk team for more than 2 years and we’re excited to have her as part of our team. If you aren’t sure what Exercise Physiology involves, we caught up with Ashleigh for this hard-hitting interview!Read More
The vast majority of injuries we see are caused by, or result in significant strength deficits. To accurately guide your rehab, at Parkside we aim to base our strength prescriptions on accurate, validated methods of assessing strength.
Want to know what the number one factor that will lead to an injury this year? Then read on! We’re often asked by clients how they can prevent themselves getting injured playing sport or training, or whether having a certain foot type or flexibility pattern will lead to problems down the track. These are very challenging questions to answer.
Recently I have been lucky enough to take up a position as a physiotherapist for the Cronulla Sharks Academy. I am
required to attend all games and training sessions whilst being responsible for the diagnosis and rehab of all injuries sustained by players. The aim is to then return them to full training and games as soon as possible.
Working with elite athletes and sporting teams has always been a career goal of mine and having the opportunity to work with the Cronulla Sharks is already proving to be a great learning experience.Read More