Category: Sports Podiatry

May the Ground Reaction Forces Be With You

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There is no better feeling than chasing down a personal best and achieving a goal. It is hard, takes time and can be frustrating when injury stops you in your tracks. Wouldn’t it be nice if there was a way of knowing if your shoes and running technique were complimentary or if you were gaining […]

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Sports Injury Prevention, Biomechanics, Treatment, Management and Recovery

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We recently created a new TV Commercial for Hinkler Podiatry. We’re just now also added it to YouTube. You can see the video below. It promotes our Sports Podiatry services including: Sports Management Biomechanics Sports Injury Prevention Treatment Recovery You can find more information about these services on our Sports Injury and Prevention services webpage. We […]

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After Hours Services Starting in January

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Need a podiatrist after hours? Can’t get time off work to see about your feet? About to start the New Year with a health kick? Hinkler Podiatry can help. With the New Year approaching, many of us will be setting goals relating to improving our health, be it giving up harmful habits or adopting healthy […]

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Vasyli Prior Sports Devices: What are they?

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This article explains what Vasyli Prior Sports devices are and how they can benefit you or your child when playing sport. As if playing competitive sports wasn’t challenging enough, it can be even more stressful if you have foot pain, heel pain or knee pain. Football boots, hockey boots, athletics spikes. They are all designed […]

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Injury Prevention and Management – Pan Pacific Masters Games 2014

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“Moo cow or argyle blue?” This was the question of the day. It was the question of the day before and the day before that. The Pan Pacific Masters Games are held on the Gold Coast every 2 years and hosts more athletes and more sports than the Olympics. The participants are old enough to […]

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Cane2Coral 2014 – Lessons learned from the Left Hand Side of the Road

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“Ancora impure” is the motto of Monash Uni, and is my new favourite Latin phrase. It means, “I am still learning”. This was the reality a few hours after this year’s Cane2Coral when I realised that I had given myself a running injury. Worse still, it was a foot injury. After weeks of training and […]

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