Affiliation: Australian Institute of Sport
- Vitamin D status of females in an elite gymnastics programGreg Lovell
Department of Sports Medicine, Australian Institute of Sport, Bruce, Australian Capital Territory, Australia
Clin J Sport Med 18:159-61. 2008..In Australia it has been assumed that all young athletes have good vitamin D levels. A survey of females in an elite gymnastics program was undertaken to determine their vitamin D and dietary calcium status...
- EMG of the hip adductor muscles in six clinical examination testsGregory A Lovell
Australian Institute of Sport AIS, Dept of Sports Medicine, Leverrier St, Bruce, ACT 2617, Australia
Phys Ther Sport 13:134-40. 2012..To assess activation of muscles of hip adduction using EMG and force analysis during standard clinical tests, and compare athletes with and without a prior history of groin pain...
- Osteitis pubis and assessment of bone marrow edema at the pubic symphysis with MRI in an elite junior male soccer squadGreg Lovell
Department of Sports Medicine, Australian Institute of Sport, Bruce, ACT, Australia
Clin J Sport Med 16:117-22. 2006..To assess bone marrow edema at the pubic symphysis with magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), and its relation to training and osteitis pubis in an elite group of junior soccer players...
- Pseudohyperaldosteronism in an elite triathleteKieran E Fallon
Australian Institute of Sport, Belconnen, Australia
Clin J Sport Med 17:328-9. 2007
- Effectiveness of 1% diclofenac gel in the treatment of wrist extensor tenosynovitis in long distance kayakersJudith J May
Sports Medicine ACT, Suite 9 Calvary Clinic, Bruce, ACT 2617, Australia
J Sci Med Sport 10:59-65. 2007..5%) or small, but none was particularly clear. We conclude that standard treatment appears to be sufficient for the management of wrist extensor tenosynovitis during competition...
- Physician you can heal yourself! Cognitive behavioural training reduces stress in GPsMaria Gardiner
School of Psychology, Flinders University of South Australia, Bedford Park, South Australia 5042
Fam Pract 21:545-51. 2004..High stress and low morale is a well accepted and studied phenomenon in general practice...