ACL Timelines – How Lach works with his clients to return to sport

ACL injuries are common in young populations playing in multi-directional sports (think netball, touch football, AFL, soccer etc.) Often it is common to feel angry, upset and uncertain about future sporting endeavours with this injury, as it is associated with a significant amount of rehabilitation post surgery. While timelines can vary pending other obstacles such […]

ACL Timelines – How Lach works with his clients to return to sport Learn More »

Alberta Infant Motor Scale

Alberta Infant Motor Scale The Alberta Infant Motor Scale or AIMS is a standardised examination tool used by paediatric physiotherapists to assess infants. The test covers infants from birth up to 18 months of age and assesses their gross motor development.  Who is the AIMS used on? The AIMS is an appropriate test for any

Alberta Infant Motor Scale Learn More »

Whiplash Injury

Whiplash Injury What is whiplash? How is a Whiplash diagnosed? A whiplash injury is usually diagnosed with a complete medical history and physical exam, many whiplash injuries causes damages to soft tissue that cannot be seen on x-rays. Other ways in which a whiplash can be diagnosed is through further imaging such as  x-rays, MRI or

Whiplash Injury Learn More »

What is a hip impingement?

What is a hip impingement? Femroacetabular impingement occurs when the femoral head (ball of the hip) pinches up against the acetabulum (cup of the hip). When this happens, the cartilage that surrounds the acetabulum can be damaged causing hip pain and tightness.   There are three types of morphologies, and they are common within the general population (around 30%) and present

What is a hip impingement? Learn More »

Scroll to Top