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Swimmer’s Shoulder

Swimmer’s Shoulder

Swimmer’s shoulder is an umbrella term given to a range of shoulder dysfunctions which can occur generally with an increased swimming load. The shoulder relies on dynamic control through range. Of particular importance is the role of the rotator cuff which provides stability. Examination of a swimmers dynamic control begins with detailed examination of posture, … Read more

Growing Pains

Growing Pains

Musculoskeletal and idiopathic or ‘growing pains’ are common complaints! The challenge is distinguishing between these two conditions. Australian Physiotherapy Association reports that growing pains affect as much as 30% of children, this pain is typically seen between the ages of 3-12, however can occur until full maturation which in girls is generally around 17 and … Read more

Welcome Cameron!

Welcome Cameron!

Welcome to Cameron Little (Physiotherapist) who joined the team at Whitsunday in 2014. Cameron has a background in strength and conditioning coaching. He has a Master of Physiotherapy Practice and Bachelor of Health Science from Latrobe University in Melbourne. Based at our Cannonvale clinc, Cameron is also working closely with local employers and providing physiotherapy for local Aged Care … Read more