Blog Archive

How to reduce the risk of overuse injuries in your youth athletes Feb 24th, 2020

Overuse injuries are and have always been a big problem in young athletes. The pressures of succeeding in sport and the immense emphasis by many coaches on maximising volume and intensity of training sessions has caused many young athletes to suffer injuries and at times have their young sporting career...

Nutrition for Injury Prevention Feb 5th, 2020

Injury prevention is not just about proper strength and conditioning. What you put into your body also has a great effect on your risk for injuries. A well balanced healthy diet is vital. Here are just a few foods that have been shown to be beneficial in optimising recovery and...

Physician Health and Wellness Apr 20th, 2019

I want to take a moment to talk about physician health and wellness. This is perhaps more geared towards my physician colleagues but really anyone in health care can likely relate. The road to becoming a doctor is long. It begins with long hours of classes and studying during the...

What is PRP? Apr 9th, 2019

I have recently had a lot of people ask me about PRP. So what is PRP exactly and what is it used for? PRP stands for Platelet Rich Plasma. To state it quite simply, plasma is  the extracellular matrix of our blood that carries the cells and proteins. In other...

Health and Fitness Consultations Mar 25th, 2019

I have to say that its been quite a while since I last blogged. Things have been extremely busy with all sorts of things including work, travel, family life and some new and exciting projects I have been working on. Hopefully everyone had a great holiday season and 2019 has...

Understanding Intermittent Fasting Oct 4th, 2018

As mentioned on my instagram account earlier this week, I want to talk a little bit about the basics of intermittent fasting. As of late you may have heard of it as this amazing new way to lose weight and get healthy. Lots of people on the internet and on...