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2nd Skull, head injury -

Children often bump or bang their heads, and it can be difficult to tell whether an injury is serious or not. Any knock to the head is considered a head injury.

Head injuries are classified as mild, moderate or severe. Many head injuries are mild and simply result in a small lump or bruise. Mild head injuries can be managed at home, but if your child has received a moderate or severe injury to the head, they need to see a doctor.

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Joint Supports, LP Support, Physio Phebe, Prevention, Recovery -

Joint supports play a role in both injury recovery and injury prevention and hence why there are different types. I’ll explain the difference and when and why you might need a joint support.

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Elbow, Golf, Injury, LP Support -

Although golfers aren't subject to the same level of physical strain as some sports, injuries do still occur when playing golf and one of the most common of these is known as Golfer's Elbow.

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G-Form, Lacrosse, LP Support -

We've had a close eye on the Australian Men's Lacrosse team this year for the 2018 World Champs in Israel. What they've achieved is brilliant and we're extremely proud to be aligned with many of the brands they use to stay protected on and off the field. Below is a report from the team head coach Glenn Meredith: The Australian Men’s Lacrosse program just completed a World Championships in Israel against 46 other Countries which we ran 4th  and were a mere 2 goals away from a Bronze medal. This is a tremendous achievement when you consider the 3 teams above us...

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LP Support, Physio Phebe -

Article by Physio Phebe Kinesiology tape is becoming increasingly popular, but many people are still unsure how and when to use it. I’ll explain LP Support’s versions of Kinesiology tape, known as Maxtaping and Maxtaping A+ Kinesiology tape, in general, is designed to decrease pain and facilitate lymphatic draining by creating an effect of lifting the skin. The theory describes this effect to then enable more effective blood flow in and out of the area and the sensation of the tape on the skin affecting pain gate pathways. To create the effect, the tape is applied to the skin on...

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