November

Injury prevention

Australian women’s soccer is on a roll. Given a recent Professional Footballers Australia injury report recommending each W-League club have on hand a physiotherapist at training and at all matches, we speak with some physios working to keep players on the pitch: Lucy Kennedy from the reigning W-League champions, Melbourne City; Kate Beerworth, former Matildas head physiotherapist; and her successor, David Battersby.

ALSO INSIDE

Sonia Cheng and colleagues from the APA Cardiorespiratory group present five facts about treatment approaches in lung disease; and the story of former AFL player Barry Richardson who overcame a heart attack before achieving 50 years as a practising physiotherapist.

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Marko Stechiwskyj
Managing Editor
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