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Have you ever heard of ingredients such as Pulses or Legumes and wondered what exactly they are, are they nutritious and how can they be tailored into our kitchen routines as well as our gym programs?

Here at Recover Sports Medicine, our Accredited Practising Sports and Clinical Dietitian, Jessica Rothwell, discusses all things Pulses, and how Meatless Monday’s are a fabulous way for individuals to incorporate these gems into a varied lifestyle of eating.

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To accompany the return of the RSM Clinical Pilates Classes, Senior Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor, Alexandra McIntosh, explains what Clinical Pilates is, what is involved, and how it may help you!

Alex has worked extensively as a Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor with a strong background in sport, fitness and rehabilitation. Instructing one-on-one as well as our small group Clinical Pilates Classes, Alex can provide personalised support to all patients who attend.

Follow the link below to read more.
If you would like to make an appointment, please call our clinic on 1300 858 774 or email contact@recoversportsmed.com.au

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February at Recover Sports Medicine is Myotherapy Month!
All 1 hour massages are just $69 (normally $95) and this offer is open to both new and existing patients!

Myotherapy is applied in the preventative, corrective and rehabilitative phases of therapy to restore and maintain the normal integrity of the soft tissue structure (muscles, tendons, ligaments and fascia) of the human body. Follow the link below to read more on how a Myotherapy treatment at Recover Sports Medicine may be able to improve your posture, assist in injury rehabilitation or help treat acute & chronic conditions affecting function and mobility.

If you would like to make an appointment, please call us on 1300 858 774, or email contact@recoversportsmed.com.au

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Recover Sports Medicine's Remedial Massage Therapist, Ashleigh, discusses the technique of Dry Needling; what it is, how it is different to Acupuncture, and how it may help you!

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Find out more about Clinical Pilates and how it may be able to assist your rehabilitation program.

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Senior Physiotherapist, Chris Tandy, talks all things Hamstrings!

Follow the link below to read more!
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Do you suffer from headaches? Read more and find out how Recover Sports Medicine may be able to help you!

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Recover Sports Medicine would like to welcome Ashleigh Del Romano to our Soft Tissue team!

Ashleigh is a qualified Remedial Massage Therapist offering massage, cupping and dry needling techniques to help relieve muscle tensions throughout the body.

We are so excited to have her join the RSM Family! Please follow the link below to read more about Ashleigh!

If you would like to book in for a Remedial Massage, please call us on 1300 858 774 or email contact@recoversportsmed.com.au

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Our mission at Recover Sports Medicine is to bring an elite level of care to all our patients. Coming from a background of treating professional sportsmen and women, we understand that accurate diagnosis and a fast resolution of injuries is essential.

When you book in with any of our practitioners, you can be assured that you will be receiving the same elite care provided to many sporting clubs and athletes around Melbourne.

Follow the link below to read more about how we can assist you with your injury rehabilitation!

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Many athletes, sports people and everyday runners are likely to be familiar with tendon injuries and tendon pain. Whilst this is a very complex area, this post aims to educate what the role of the tendon is in the human body, types of tendon injury and address what is currently available to aid in the rehabilitation of the troublesome tendon.
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