Are You Interested in the Management of Chronic Compartment Syndrome? Does it Really Exist OR Is it Time for some Critical Re-Thinking

An excellent highly recommended BJSM podcast where BJSM editor Dr Karim Khan interviews Dr Andrew Franklyn-Miller.

Some great rethinking of the aetiology of chronic compartment syndrome and some critical thinking re the barefoot running current debate.

Go the link below and click the orange PLAY button on the right of the heading

“Biomechanical Overload & Lower Limb Injuries” Really worth your time to hear this discussion.

Great Interview with Movement Consultant Joanne Elphinston

Click here to watch this great interview with Physiotherapist, Movement Consultant, Author and Teacher Joanne Elphinston with Dr Perry Nickelston


Joanne talks about the 2nd edition of her book “Stability Sport & Performance Movement” and describes how she develops an effective strategy to optimise movement.

The listener can really appreciate how Joanne views functional and dysfunctional movement and the logical pathway she chooses to turn dysfunction toward optimal function.

Joanne will be conducting Parts 1 & 2 of her 4 Part JEMS Movement Analysis, Rehabilitation & Training In Melbourne In late February & early March. Click the link below for full details


Great Discussion on Tendinopathy from the British Journal of Sports Medicine

If you have wondered about the connection between pain and pathology in tendons, this podcast from BJSM is for you.

Jill Cook acts as faciliator in this great discussion.

Chris Littlewood, who has expertise as a clinician and researcher in the rotator cuff, asks questions of Craig Purdam, head of Physiotherapy at the Australian Institute of Sport and co-author of the Continuum model of Tendinopathy, and Melbourne based physiotherapist, Ebonie Rio, who has expertise as a clinician in tendons and as a researcher in tendon pain.

Click below for the discussion (Full discussion is 28 mins)

Webinar with Rob Granter on Low Back Pain, Myofascial Vacuum Cupping & Fascia April 30th 9 pm


Join us at 9pm April 30th (EST Australia) for a webinar discussion on 3 courses that I, Rob Granter, am presenting in Sydney on May 18th & 19th 2013 with Geoff Walker as the convenor.

We will be discussing

Low Back pain,

Myofascial Vacuum Cupping and

The recent explosion of interest in the Fascia of the body.

Click here to register, its a free event.

Registrations now open for Mark Finch’s Fascial Assessment & Treatment courses in 2013

We are thrilled to announce that Mark Finch, the wonderful clinician and presenter from Vancouver Canada, will be returning to Australia & New Zealand in February – March 2013.

This is the 4th time that we have conducted courses with Mark here in Melbourne.

Any practitioner wanting to rapidly advance their knowledge on all aspects of Assessment & Treatment of the Fascial System will love these courses. Mark brings the latest in Fascial research with the skilled hands and astute assessment skills of a highly experienced clinician. 

Full details of each of the 2 day courses are available by clicking the links below


Resolving Fascial Dysfunction of the Spine, Thursday & Friday Feb 28th & March 1st 2013

Venue Hawthorn Melbourne CLICK HERE FOR BROCHURE>>>>>>SpinalBrochV1.2


Resolving Fascial Dysfunction in the Pelvic Girdle, Saturday & Sunday March 2 & 3 2013 Venue Melbourne CBD CLICK HERE FOR BROCHURE>>>>>PelvicGirdleBrochV2.4

Courses are suitable for any manual Therapist: Remedial Massage Therapists, Myotherapists, Osteopaths, Physiotherapists, Chiropractors


Audio Interview (20 minutes) 

To listen to Mark and I discussing developments in the world of Fascial research and its applicability to our clinical practice.CLICK ON THIS LINK >>>>>>>MarkFinch2013 

For further information please email Rob Granter at for Australian (Melbourne) courses & Roger Gooch at for New Zealand (Auckland & Wellington) courses


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