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Elaine Tan

Physiotherapist

Elaine graduated from the University of Sydney in 2008 and has worked in various private practices as well as the public hospital system. Her keen interest in addressing sports injuries had her working with GPS Rugby, Sydney Half-Marathon, City-2-Surf and Hockey NSW among other major sporting events she has covered.

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Meniscus Injuries: Rehabilitation and Return to Sports

The meniscus is crescent-shaped cartilage that is located inside the knee joint to help shock absorption and reduce friction during movement in the knee – we have two menisci in each knee.

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Corticosteroid injections in the hip and knee – safe or not?

Corticosteroid injections (CSI), which comprises of anaesthetics and steroids, are commonly used by doctors to manage joint-related pain in the short term, especially when there’s …

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Meniscus Injuries: Rehabilitation and Return to Sports

TWO CAUSES OF INJURIES The meniscus is a crescent-shaped cartilage that is located inside the knee joint to help shock absorption and reduce friction during …

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Top 3 most injured body parts in Judo

Martial arts is a form of sport mainly used for combat and self-defence, eg. taekwondo, judo, kungfu etc. A lot of these sports originated from …

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Cycling & Injuries: Just part of it or avoidable?

Cyclists do get injuries all over their body from head to toe depending on its causes. Traumatic causes can include bike crashes, bird attacks, potholes …

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10 Facts About Low Back Pain

Most of us would have experienced low back pain at some point in our lives. Some people recover quickly from it, while others seem to …

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TOP 3 MOST INJURED BODY PARTS IN JUDO

Martial arts is a form of sport mainly used for combat and self-defence, eg. taekwondo, judo, kungfu etc. A lot of these sports originated from …

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CYCLING POSTURE

Most of us who cycle for fun would have thought cycling is an easy sport – just get on the bicycle, make sure it feels …

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