Health Care Practitioners
Never become complacent about being injury free. Always be on the lookout and remain in tune with your body. Rest/Ice/Stretching/Treatment = an ongoing maintenance program which can help prevent you from being sidelined for weeks, months even.
It may beneficial to have a monthly check-up with a sports physiotherapist. Addressing structural alignment (hips) in the majority of runners requires ongoing correction.
A massage every couple of weeks will also help you stay injury free.
You can view stretches suitable for running here
(stretch AFTER you’ve warmed up)
Injury prevention videos by Body Leadership Australia
Contact Pat if you would like to recommend a practitioner:
The Run Physio
334 Scottsdale Drive,
- Video analysis of running technique
- Biomechanical assessment
- 1:1 technique coaching
- 4 week technique training plan
- Personalised exercises (if required)
- Written report
Active Rehabilitation Physiotherapy
Mater Medical Centre
07 3163 1188
I’m a regular PCRG runner and having undertaken post graduate study in running injury prevention and management I’m interested in discussing and helping with any of your running niggles and injuries.
Ask for me at PCRG (Tuesdays) for a chat or call Active to make an appointment and ask about the discount for PCRG members.
Body Leadership Australia is passionate about helping runners keep running! With a focus on teaching injury prevention strategies as well as hands on treatment, we also hold regular free information seminars and provide injury prevention videos through our website and Youtube channel. To further support runners we also provide a 10% discount on physio treatment for running club members.
p: 07 3847 8040
401 Old Cleveland Rd, Coorparoo
Phone: 07 3876 9990 Fax: 07 3876 9993
Location: 108 Haig Rd,
At Baroona Physiotherapy we seek to solve the underlying cause of the problem and improve an individuals running potential. We work towards keeping people training during treatment or only a short break.
438 St Pauls Tce
Fortitude Valley QLD 4006
SportsCare Physio – O’Connor
Bodytrack® is an Exercise Physiology studio and gym in Toowong, Brisbane. Our team is made up of university qualified experts in Exercise Physiology and Health and Fitness. We are dedicated to knowledge and the provision of innovative exercise training programs and our Accredited Exercise Physiologists provide services across all areas of Exercise Physiology, Health and Fitness development, Elite Athlete Development, Personal Training and more.
Bodytrack Health and Fitness Pty Ltd
Ph: (07) 3870 4119 | Fax: (07) 3870 4113 | 6/33 Woodstock Rd, Toowong, Qld, 4066
www.bodytrack.com.au | www.facebook.com/Bodytrack
Former PCRG member Aimee Barrett is fresh from spending the past few seasons with the Brisbane Lions is now offering classes at Q Pilates Camp Hill. More details here.
INTRAINING RUNNING INJURY CLINIC
33 Park Road Milton. Ph 3367 3088.
Steve Manning- Bachelor of Health Sciences (podiatry) Hons. Over 20 years experience.
The clinic specialises in running related injuries and we are trying to educate the public to understand that podiatry is a valid and effective way to treat the cause of many overuse injuries- knees, shins, hips. No referral is needed and hicaps is available (private health cover processing).
Registrar Australasian College of Podiatric Surgeons
The Foot Spot
Shop 4 Rode Shopping Centre
Cnr Rode Rd and Appleby Rd Stafford Heights
Ph 3861 4555
Kent Sweeting- Bachelor of Health Science (podiatry) Hons.
Sports injuries including running and cricket. Also does relevant podiatric surgery.
90 Vulture Street, West End
PO Box 5325, West End, QLD, 4101
Ph: (07) 3846 4800
Fax: (07) 3846 4500
Peita Hynes (PCRG member)
Qld Sports Medicine
Gabba Sports Ground & West End
Jenny Elston 33681300
Osteopath for posture and gait.
Natalie Rutsche 3846 3224
Osteopath for alignment and balance correction.
Dr Simon Locke
MBBS BMed Sci FACSP FFSEM (UK) FRACGP
Sport and Exercise Physician
Queensland Centre for Sport+Movement
48 Annerley rd., Woolloongabba
Ph. 07 3393 2001
Simon deals mainly with overuse injuries especially tendons via radial shockwave therapy (RSWT). Generally involving three treatments and in most cases a return to running and/or training in 4-6 weeks. This is a very simple treatment with minimal if any side-effects and a relative early return to training compared with other tendon treatments e.g. eccentric rehabilitation. It compares very favourably with injection therapy such as blood, platelets and cortisone. This is mainly because it now has the runs on the board as an effective proven therapy for tendons.
Dr Peter Friis
17 Abbey St
Wavell Heights Qld 4012
Morningside and mobile
31 Orwell St
Shri Yoga will be offering specific classes for runners, cross-fitters, as well as Yin Yoga classes for deeper stretching.
0400 127 495
Shaun Hackney (online client) feedback: I’ve working with Michele to make me a mentally stronger more focussed runner. Michele has a wealth of sporting knowledge having been a former Olympian and has really opened my mind to unlocking my potential.