With the English Premier League in full swing and the A-League around the corner, what better time to talk about football and that groin pain you just can’t shake! The groin is a complex area made up of a
Office workstation set up plays a vital role in both the quality of health for the employee and the productivity the workers. Current evidence suggests introducing more walking and movement breaks throughout the day to promote better hear and
“When do I use ice or heat for an injury?” This is a question, that as physiotherapists, we hear almost every day. So what is the answer? And why is it complicated? Generally; Ice- if there is an inflammatory
Tradies National Health Month (TNHM) aims to raise awareness of the risks posed to those who work in trade occupations – how it not only affects the individual, but also their families, employers, the health system and the economy.
See our physiotherapist Ozlem Dalkik featured on the Sunrise segment about back pain and apps. Watch the video here.
One of our favourite topics here at Sydney SportsMed & Ergoworks is posture. This month we’ll discuss sleeping postures for neck and back pain.
Most of us may have been inspired by the recent finale of the Australian Open, which drew to a close with an exciting match. Before we dust off our racquet and shoes, there are a few things we need
With the NSW Sun Run Northern Beaches fast approaching in January and the Rainbow Run in February, the team at Sydney Sports Med and Ergoworks thought it would be a good time to discuss one of our most natural
The International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC) had previously rated coffee as “possibly carcinogenic” but changed its mind. It says its latest review found “no conclusive evidence for a carcinogenic effect” of coffee drinking and pointed to some
Researchers have backed the popular belief that working less could be better for your brain. New research from the University of Melbourne has found working part-time for about 25 to 30 hours a week had a positive impact on