“Don’t rush to strengthen stiffness. Learn to move first.” Thoughts from Graham Anderson at the Australian Open Tennis

Some thoughts from Graham on Day 10 of the Australian Open Tennis in Melbourne. Graham is there providing Sports Physiotherapy for the men in this Championships – as he does for several months every year on the ATP World Tour – men’s professional tennis. Day 10: “Don’t strengthen stiffness, learn to move first! Here at the […]

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 “10 minutes for your tendon”. Thoughts from Graham Anderson at the Australian Open Tennis

“10 minutes for your tendon” Thoughts from Graham Anderson at the Australian Open Tennis on Day 9: “Tendinopathies of the achilles and patella tendon are common place. An injury of the Achilles tendon is a degenerative condition of the tendon. The injury is caused by chronic repetitive movements during running and jumping with inadequate recovery […]

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Blog from Graham Anderson, sports physiotherapist at the Australian Open Tennis – ankle injuries

Day 5 from Graham in Melbourne, Australia: “So you’ve turned your ankle whilst playing tennis. A common injury you might have seen at many a tennis event on the telly. Strong balance and proprioceptive training will assist and improve the likelihood of recurrent sprain. Once that ankle mortice and tenon joint is affected by weakened […]

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