Global DRO provides athletes and physicians information on prohibited status of medications based on the current WADA Prohibited List.
Tane Eunson gains an insight to Crusaders SuperRugby, pitch side trauma and sports medicine management with Dr Deb Robinson
A medical presence at the pitch-side helps ensure ‘Safe Sport’, but where do we draw the line in changing the rules of the sport itself?
How confident would you be if you are taken out of your emergency room and transported pitchside caring for a critically injured athlete?
Concussion in rugby: An overview and ethical considerations – guest post by Tane Eunson
Tane Eunson guest post on being a super XV rugby union medical intern in elite professional sport – Super Docs
The most pressing issue in the pitch-side management of trauma involves the on field management of significant head and neck injuries.
Can Throckmorton’s sign predict which side an injury will occur on even before a traumatic incident takes place?
This day…June 2nd 2011, marked the 6th running of the SKINS Cup…A classic 100m dash with staggered handicapped starts akin to the Stawell Gift
Travelling with fit, well hydrated, socially capable, phototropic, extrovert athletes in a Westward direction (to South Africa) should, in theory, be a fairly straight forward exercise…
Travel is an integral part of a professional Rugby Union Players regime. Competition schedules require the crossing of time zones and the rapid re-setting of the body clock with minimal disruption to on-field performance.
I have taken on a new challenge as team doctor for the Emirates Western Force (EWF) Super XV Rugby Union Team in Perth, Western Australia