Injury of the Month

  • Preventing Injuries

    Adelaide Crows Physiotherapist, Mark Nagel gives you training tips on how to prepare for your next big event and minimise the risk of injury.

  • Tendon Injuries

    Adelaide Crows Physiotherapist Mark Nagel talks about Tendon Injuries and what can be done about them. A very common complaint in the sporting world is tendonitis. The most common areas in the body to have tendon injuries are the Achilles and the Patella (knee) tendons. Whilst the causes for these problems can be varied and […]

  • Ankle Sprains

    Ankle sprains are a common sporting injury. Learn how to manage the ankle sprain and get back to sport as soon as possible.

  • Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries

    Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries are debilitating, requiring knee reconstruction for the athlete to return to sport. Rehabilitation following reconstruction is extensive aiming to regain movement, strength, balance and agility allowing for successful return to sport in 9 to 12 months following surgery. The older athlete may opt to have no surgery and can successfully return to activities that involve no sharp direction changes and twisting by completing a strength and balance rehabilitation program.