Torticollis is a condition that affects the neck of both children and adults, whereby the resting position of the neck is stuck into sidebending. It can also be referred to as congenital muscular torticollis or “wry neck”. For children with torticollis, the muscle at the front of the neck called the SCM (sternocleidomastoid) becomes shortened.. read more →

What is Osgood Schlatters and why does it happen? Osgood-Schlatter disease is a common condition of the knee which mainly affects children and adolescents. It involves inflammation of the tip of the shin bone (tibial tuberosity), which is just below the knee cap. This is where the tendon from your quadricep muscle (patellar tendon) comes.. read more →

The short answer, Yes! At Vic Sports & Rehab our Clinical Pilates is completely individualized and tailored to your physical ability and needs to help you achieve your goals. Prior to your attendance in a small group class, you are required to complete a 1:1 Initial Assessment with one of our qualified Osteopaths/Clinical Pilates Instructors… read more →

For this purpose, essential clinical care is defined as (please note this is direct from DHHS): • To prevent a significant change/deterioration in functional independence which would result in an escalation of care needs (e.g. an increase in frequency of treatment needed, an increased need for prescription medication due to a significant increase in pain, requirement for.. read more →

Now that you have booked your 1:1 Initial Pilates Appointment we can start working towards your goal! It is important to come in comfortable exercise clothing as there is a large practical/movement component of the appointment. Socks are necessary for hygiene purposes but if you purchase our ‘Intro Pack’ you will be given a free.. read more →

Torticollis, or wry neck, is a condition that affects the neck where the joints lock up and muscles to go into spasm, which limit a significant amount of movement and mobility. Pain is often severe due to the close proximity of the joints of the vertebrae and the spinal cord and exiting nerve roots, as.. read more →

Have you ever looked at a pair of runners and thought “it’s about time I replace those”? How long do you think you get out of a pair of runners or do you judge it on distance covered or replace them once your big toe is poking out of the top? Harley, our resident runner,.. read more →

The Tempero-mandibular joint (TMJ) is the anatomical name for your jaw. It is composed of the mandible and temporal bone, which is part of the cranium. It has some of the strongest muscles in the body such as the masseter, pterygoids, temporalis and hyoid muscles. These help move the jaw for speaking, eating and yawning.. read more →

Sitting at a desk for 8+ hours per day can be extremely challenging and can cause lots of areas of stiffness and discomfort, especially when working from home. Our bodies are designed to move in a variety of planes of movement and this static prolonged positioning can be seriously detrimental to our health. Unfortunately working.. read more →

Victoria Sports and Rehabilitation Clinic is open on Saturdays at our Abbotsford Clinic with Daniel Comerford – Osteopath. The clinic is located at 305 Johnston St, Abbotsford within Four Seasons Wellness Centre. We are open from 8am-12pm and bookings can be made by calling 9417 2591 or you can book online. read more →