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At Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy our physiotherapists not only practice and consult with patients, but are also involved in post graduate teaching and conduct research.

Research is so important as it improves best practice and practice standards across the board. However, for this to occur we are always looking for potential subjects. Being a subject in a trial is often very rewarding. If you feel this could be of benefit to you, or if you have an interest in some of the trials we are involved with at the time, please don’t hesitate to get in touch

Current Research: One of our clinicians is looking for Physiotherapists to take part in a tendon research study. 



The role of hip adductor and abductor muscle strength in identifying, preventing, and managing groin pain in male soccer players
Familial effects on structural changes relevant to knee osteoarthritis: a prospective cohort study. Osteoarthritis Cartilage 2015
The offspring of people with a total knee replacement for severe primary knee osteoarthritis have a higher risk of worsening knee pain over 8 years
History of knee injury and MRI-assessed knee structures in middle- and older-aged adults: a cross-sectional study
Correlation between changes in global knee structures assessed on MRI and radiographic osteoarthritis changes over 10 years in a mid-life cohort.
Sport and exercise medicine in the undergraduate curriculum. Are we inspiring the next generation of sport and exercise medicine doctors and helping them overcome the barriers they face getting into the specialty?
Muscle damaging exercise increases heat strain during subsequent exercise heat stress.
Sport and exercise medicine in the UK: what juniors should know to get ahead
Management of concussion in disability sport: a different ball game?
Concussion knowledge, attitudes, and beliefs amongst sports medicine personnel at the 2015 cerebral palsy football world championships
Under utilisation of concussion assessment tools by sports clinicians working in cerebral palsy football.
Creating the dream team: introducing participatory sports and exercise medicine via ‘Patient Voices’.
Contact-related strain of quadratus femoris, obturator externus, and inferior gemellus in an Australian Football Player: A Case Report.
Expanding the sport and exercise medicine online community and quality international education: join the SMA journey in 2021! Warm Up
Effects of pubertal maturation on ACL forces during a landing task