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Sydney Sports Orthopaedic and Physiotherapy continues to promote its services and keep clients up to date with latest news, trends and worthy media relating to its services and the industry.
Bottom Line: Never too late to rebuild muscle
It is never too late to rebuild your gluteal muscles says Stuart Baptist, Director of Sydney Men's Health Physiotherapy
Recovery Time Vital After Shoulder Surgery
Rehabilitation cannot be rushed. The "learned impatience" of patients after injury must be unlearned and replaced with the re-education of the slow art of healing.
Pilates Class Information for 2014
The timetable for classes in 2014 and information about Pilates on Macquarie
Recent news article by Virginia Sherriff, Director of Pilates on Macquarie
Scapular Dysfunction Part 1 - Screening
Personal Trainer Lecture Series, discusses screening for scapular dysfunction
Scapular Dysfunction Part 2 - Rehabilitation
Personal Trainer Lecture Series - Rehab of scapular dysfunction through exercise, RTUS, taping etc.
Scapular Dysfunction Part 3 - The Role of the Kinetic Chain and Core
Personal Trainer Lecture Series - open & closed chain, use of slings and exercises
Running Analysis - What is it & Why is it important?
A Powerpoint presentation all about running analysis
Take 10 minutes to keep it simple
Brad's health mantra from the new magazine Women's Fitness - October issue
Brad's advice on running
I love running but I have started to get sore knees. Why is that & what can I do?
Sometimes my wrist aches and feels weak. Brad answers a question about weak wrists.
Demystifying the Pelvis
A PowerPoint Presentation by Sydney Sports & Orthopaedic Physiotherapy on the Pelvis for Personal Trainers. Download here or go to http://www.ssop.com.au/flyers/PelvisPres
A PowerPoint Presentation given by Kate Brocklehurst outlining the basics of Physiotherapy treatment of women's health
Dead Lifts, Squats & Low Back Pain
A Power Point Presentation given by physiotherapist Dan Kelly at the Personal Trainer Seminar at SSOP
Buying the Perfect Joggers
Tips to keep in mind when purchasing new joggers
Ask an Expert - Part 2
Brad discusses exercises to strengthen ankles
Ask an Expert
Ask an expert for advice on health & fitness
Running for exercise is a very enjoyable, rewarding and effective way to get fit. Although it is not with its downfalls, especially when it comes to injuring oneself.
Sacroiliac Joint Pain and Dysfunction
A powerpoint presentation on SIJ problems
Women's Fitness May 2013
Why do my knees hurt when I do weighted squats & lunges?
Running Analysis Powerpoint
The latest in the series of lectures for Personal Trainers. This lecture was on running analysis.
How to Run and Stay Injury Free
Read Brad's expert comments in Body & Soul
Pilates Newsletter Winter 2011
Pre-pay for pilates & save
Winter Newsletter 2011
SSOP official Blackmores Running Festival physiotherapists, important information about exercising in the winter
Autumn Newsletter 2011
Information on headaches related to the neck
Orthopaedic Update - Cortisone for Tendons
Cortisone injections for tendon problems are associated with poorer long-term outcomes
February Physiotherapy Newsletter
Access All Areas Physiotherapy
Tim Rowe's Training Diary
Check out Tim Rowe's training diary
Winter Newsletter 2012
As skilled physiotherapists, we focus on improving long term outcomes by making exercise easier to incorporate into everyday life.
February Pilates Newsletter
Check out the new online features!
PT Lecture Series
PT Lecture Series
Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
PT Lecture Series
Physiotherapy & Pilates
Clinical pilates versus general pilates, what's the difference?
Top Physio Tip
Top Tip from Summer 2012 Newsletter - Getting Fit for Summer
Food Our Experts Will Never Eat
The fitness experts from Women's Fitness Magazine tell which food they would never touch
How to recover from a marathon
How best to prepare for a marathon
Physio and Post Pregnancy Pelvic Girdle Pain
Men's Health Physiotherapy
Real Time Ultrasound and Physiotherapy - The benefits of using the latest technology
In this newsletter we discuss if a sling or splint is better when rehabilitating the shoulder.