A Multidisciplinary Sports Physio Practice
Based at The University of New South Wales

Industry News, Events & Education

Usain Bolt - In the 100m final, every hundredth of a second gained or lost in the race counts.
19 September 2017

What makes a winning sprinter?

In all sprint running races, every hundredth of a second gained or lost in the race counts. But, most importantly, the fastest male and female sprinters attain incredible top running speeds, with peaks in excess of 44km per hour and 38km per hour in the men’s and women’s 100m races. So what makes a fast runner?

Concussion in sport
11 September 2017

Study links concussions to structural changes in the brain

A new study has found that concussions can have long-term effects on the structure of the brain. Even after clinical symptoms dissipate, structural changes can still be found, according to the study out of the Medical College of Wisconsin.

Top tips to stay in shape while away on holiday
22 July 2017

Top tips to stay in shape while away on holiday

It’s possible to incorporate exercise into your trip without ruining your plans to relax, writes Dublin based personal trainer David Last.

ACL injury: Rising number of children suffering serious knee injuries playing sport
17 May 2017

ACL injury: Rising number of children suffering serious knee injuries playing sport

Children's sports getting faster and more professional are among the reasons being suggested for a rise in the number of young people needing knee reconstructions.

Exercising in Hot Weather
8 February 2017

Exercising in Hot Weather

By understanding the causes of heat illness health professionals, coaches, players and anyone involved in sport or physical activity can help prevent heat illness by using the advice provided in the Guidelines to minimise the risks.

Roger Federer
11 January 2017

Rehabilitation of the tennis athlete

Rehabilitating tennis athletes can be challenging due to the demands and complexity of the sport. A multi-modal rehabilitation approach for the tennis athlete may assist clinicians in producing more optimal treatment outcomes.

Kieran Jack leaves the field helped by Tim Needham and Nathan Gibbs
22 September 2016

Tips on choosing a sports doctor or physio

If injured, your first point of contact is likely going to be your general practitioner, and from there you may need to be referred to an orphopaedic, sports medicine specialist and/or physiotherapist.

Hiking
19 February 2016

Top tips to stay in shape while away on holiday

When my clients are going on holidays I encourage them to spend as much time outdoors doing workouts, focusing on the likes of swimmimg, cycling or running. In this article, I take a look at some of the best equipment out there for people who are on the road, away on their summer holidays, or those who just want to train outdoors with little to no equipment.

Madison Robinson
13 April 2015

Netball's battle of wounded knee

Our resident Australian Diamonds Netball physio, ACL Guru and all round extraordinaire, Alanna has been making amazing programs to prevent and protect knees around Australia.

Who we are

Kensington Physiotherapy is a multidisciplinary practice including Physiotherapists, Podiatrists, Massage Therapists, and Dieticians. We work closely with other healthcare practitioners in the community such as General Practitioners, Sports Physicians, and Orthopaedic Consultants.

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We pride ourselves on our level of service, the quality of our manual and exercise treatment options, our commitment to research and an evidence-based treatment approach.

Our physiotherapists maintain the highest ethical and professional standards.

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