Patient Resources


Performance GC

Are you looking to return to performance following ACL injury or other sporting lower limb injuries? Performance GC is a comprehensive program designed to return you to your best, while minimising the chance of re-injury. It is a world class program run by some of the best in the business. For more information, go to



Knee LAB

The knee lab is a battery of tests designed to help patients get back to their very best following ACL surgery. By combining the latest evidence and clinical expertise, the Knee Lab comprises of strength, neuromuscular and outcome testing to help patients confidently return to performance. 

Knee Lab


ITB friction syndrome can be of great frustration to runners.  FInd out what it is and what you need to do about it by dowloading our free information sheet below.

 Plantar Fascia Syndrome


Check out the information sheet below on our special solution for the dreaded cramp....

 Plantar Fascia Syndrome


Pindara is a industry leader in the treatment of Plantar Fasciitis at our Heel Pain Clinic. Have a look at the below hand out to find out more about the condition, how it can be treated and how we can help you!

 Plantar Fascia Syndrome


If you've ever wondered what its like inside the Cryotherapy Chamber, checkout this video....and then come and try it for yourself!




Corks: by hardy sattler

A common yet simple injury seen in contact sports, a ’cork’ or direct trauma can cause significant time away from activity. This simple fact sheet provides a management approach to help ensure the quickest recovery.

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Muscle tears or strains are by far the most common injury seen across all Sports, but unfortunately are often poorly managed in the acute setting. Getting this management right by adhering to the simple tips in this fact sheet can dramatically facilitate the athletes recovery.

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How to Tape Your Knee Cap for Patello Femoral Pain

Taping for Patello Femoral pain is not new and I’ve been using this very successfully since the mid Eighties (yes…over 25 years) First described by Jenny McConnell, we first thought that the taping was actually changing the Knee cap position (and it still “appears” like this when you tape it up correctly) ….what we feel is happening though, is what we call “proprioceptive”….that is the body uses the sensation of the tape on the skin as information…and the result of this information is that the muscles “fire” a little better and reduce the load on the knee cap as they do so….pretty clever stuff, and for some people…marked change in their knee cap pain very quickly.

It’s not the only treatment for knee cap pain we provide here….in fact we’ve developed a check list of nearly 30 items which we feel affects knee cap tracking, and we’ll assess all of these on your assessment.

If you have any questions about this video, please contact your Physio for further advice.