In His Own Words Part 1…

Stuart Jones Blog Part 1

I have been told many times now that I am inspirational, that in essence my story is inspirational. I have never seen my self as being such. My reply is always…I have been given a life hit and I am simply trying to deal with it the best way I can. This is my story. […]

Tokyo Paralympic Athlete – Stuart Jones

Stuart Jones 2020

Stuart Jones 2020 Paralympian Karina from Track n Field Massage has been working with Stuart Jones since July 2019 as he prepared for yet another Australian Championship but also his goal of a podium at the Toyko Paralympics.  We will be publishing a blog, written by Stuart himself, about how he came to be an […]

Massage In Motorsport

Unlike a regular body massage which may be a full body treatment, a sports therapist is likely to focus on specific areas once they have carried out a full assessment. Before the massage begins, your therapist will talk to you about your health and lifestyle (which includes your sport) and may take you through a […]

DOMS – Why it is important to treat

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS) is a common physiological response experienced by athletes after initiating or resuming an exercise routine, after increasing exercise intensity, or after performing eccentric forms of activity. Delayed onset muscle soreness has been associated with minor to severe pain occurring 24 to 72 hours after the exercise bout. Athletic performance may […]

WTAC 2019 Class Winner Interview

Saturday @ #WTAC2019 did not fail to deliver on what I had been hanging to experience again after last year’s event. The crowds were amazing, the line up into the event gates were back along Ferrers Road for a few kms. I came in the back way, as a competitor member of the ARDC it […]