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Posture not the pain in the neck as previously thought

Curtin University researchers have examined the link between neck posture and neck pain in adolescents.

Being mindful of back pain in baby boomers

New research by Curtin University has examined the relationship between pain beliefs and low back pain (LBP) in baby boomers, finding poorer beliefs are associated with greater disability.

Research finds runners wired for sound

Curtin University researchers have used sound to examine the impact different running styles have on the body, with findings having potential implications on performance and types of injuries.

Fit for purpose

Dr Elissa Burton with participants
Are Fitbits – the high-tech wristbands that track daily steps, among other things – exclusively the domain of the young, fit and lycra-clad, or are older people getting in on the action, too?

Kicking goals for historic AFL Women’s

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Physiotherapy student Hayley Miller has been selected by the Fremantle Dockers in their first draft pick at the inaugural AFL Women’s National Draft.