Learn More About Health From The Team At Sports & Spinal Albury

Early injury management….it’s now all about PEACE and LOVE, not HARM
Introducing the NEW acronym for early injury management - P.E.A.C.E. & L.O.V.E.For as long as I can remember, and I am[...]
Interview with our newest Osteopath, Dr Bailey Lang
Where did you grow up and what did you enjoy so much about it that it made you come back[...]
Achilles tendinopathy
What is the Achilles tendon? Your Achilles tendon is an incredibly strong, fibrous piece of connective tissue that connects your[...]
The 4 biggest mistakes you can make following a muscle strain
​In the period following a muscle strain, there are a few mistakes people commonly make.  At very least this can[...]
Calf strain – is it really a sign of getting old?
What is a calf strain?The calves are a group of muscles at the back of the lower leg. There are[...]
What are heat moldable orthotics and will they work for me?
Will orthotics help?This is exactly the question I’ve been asking myself recently and so I attended a course to try[...]
Dry needling….what is all the fuss about?
What is it? Dry needling involves inserting a very thin needle (similar to that of acupuncture) into tight muscles and[...]
Lateral ankle sprains
Lateral Ankle Sprains are one of the most common sporting injuries to the ankle usually caused by ‘rolling out’ or the[...]
Introducing Dr Cameron Bayliss
What did you enjoy about growing up locally? Growing up in Beechworth was great.  I may not have appreciated it as[...]
Rotator cuff tears – they are not as significant as you think.
“I had a scan and it shows I have a rotator cuff tear…….so I am probably going to need surgery’’’.If[...]
Functional Release Cupping
Functional release cupping…….what is this new craze?Before we move on to this in particular, a little background about what cupping[...]
Active or passive cool down? Which is the best? A review of the literature.
A cool down after a hard workout has long been thought of as the best way to recover from the[...]
Hamstring strain – The who, what, where, why and how!
What is a hamstring strain?The hamstrings are a group of muscles at the back of the upper leg. There are[...]
Shockwave Therapy… It’s Not As Shocking As It Sounds
What is Dolorcast Radial Shockwave Therapy?Dolorcast Radial Shockwave Therapy (RSWT), otherwise known as Shockwave Therapy, uses high energy sound waves[...]
Common Misconceptions
Too often in practice we hear things that our clients say that are either completely incorrect, antiquated in their theory,[...]
Stop Foam Rolling Your ITB
Foam rolling of the iliotibial band (ITB) has long been one of the most dreaded part of any maintenance routine.[...]
Selective Functional Movement Assessment
Did you know that Sports & Spinal Albury Osteopath Vaughan is the only certified Selective Functional Movement Assessment (SFMA) therapist[...]
McKenzie Method Course Part A: The Lumbar Spine
Vaughan recently attended a 3 day course focusing specifically on the lower back or lumbar spine diagnosis and treatment.  With[...]
Why Pain Is Not The Sole Predictor Of How Bad An Injury Is
Did you know that pain is not the sole predictor of how bad injury is?What!!! I hear you exclaim. For[...]
10 Things NOT To Do If You Have Tendon Pain
Tendon injuries are among the most common overuse injuries.  Historically, tendon injuries were commonly thought to be a tendinitis, with[...]
What Is That Cracking Noise? Could Constant Cracking Be Causing Your Neck Pain?
Could constant cracking be causing your neck pain?Firstly, we have to understand what a crack is……There are two main types[...]
What To Do About Your Tension Headaches
Headaches making it difficult to concentrate at work? Tired and aching neck from too many hours at the computer? Sick[...]
10 Ways To Keep Active At Work (and Beat The Scourge of “Computer Posture”)
I often joke with my clients that I believe computers were invented by manual therapists to keep us in business.[...]

Sports & Spinal Albury

Level 1, 429 Swift St
Albury, NSW
Phone: 02 6021 1975
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