Sports Trainer News

The heart of the team: Cardiac conditions in sport

Our Sports Doctor and West Adelaide Football Club Doctor Dr Angela Moran recently spoke with Rowey and Bicks on FIVEaa about heart conditions in sport and symptoms to be wary…

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Looking for a club sponsor? Partner with sportsmed

If your club is interested in partnering with our team this season and beyond, we would love to hear from you! Beyond financial assistance, we offer sports clubs ongoing medical…

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sportsmed ranked nation’s no.1 hospital by Medibank members

Our hospital has received the best overall score in the nation and a 100% patient recommendation rating from Medibank members in a recent patient experience survey. The results were recorded…

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Weekend injury clinic

Need an appointment on the weekend? We’re open! Our doctors provide a weekend injury clinic at our Stepney Healthcare Hub with physiotherapy, podiatry, massage, exercise physiology and gym services also available. Call 08 8362 8111.

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Sports massage, injury and performance

Rafael Bucater | Remedial and Sports Massage Therapist Sports participation and Incidence of Injuries Accordingly, with the Australian Sports Commission, 18.8% of the Australian population plays soccer, 11.9% golf and…

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Practitioner Profile – Dr Rob Buckley

Dr Rob Buckley is a doctor at our Stepney Healthcare Hub with a special interest in sports medicine. For all appointments and enquiries with Dr Buckley, contact 08 8362 8111.

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Experienced podiatrist now visiting Normanville

Our Podiatrist Kristian De Pasquale is now consulting every Thursday in Normanville at The Chiropractic Works. Kristian began visiting the coastal town in August and offers a range of management…

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Neuromuscular training key to controlling the risk of lower limb re-injury

Neuromuscular control training is the key to reducing the risk of lower limb re-injury rates for patients looking to complete a successful return to sport according to sportsmed Exercise Physiologist Matt…

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As a result of the update from the South Australian Government and the easing of some restrictions, we are in a position to resume the following services from Monday 23 November; elective surgery, orthopaedic consulting, physiotherapy, exercise physiology, massage and podiatry. The gym and all group classes, including clinical pilates has also resume on Monday.

All patients and visitors will be screened with a mandatory health and temperature check when attending an appointment. Single use surgical masks are mandatory for all patients at our facilities. Masks will be provided for those who do not have their own.

Please ensure you are appropriately social distancing at all times. 

We greatly appreciate your understanding and encourage you to click on the link below for more information.