Health Check

Category: PHYSIOTHERAPY

Use your Bupa membership to claim for services in our physiotherapy clinic

Did you know that our physiotherapy clinic is part of Bupa’s Member’s First network of recognised providers? This means that if you’re a Bupa health insurance… Read More

Enjoy $20 sessions at our student physio clinic

If you’re currently experiencing pain or have an injury that simply won’t go away there’s never been a better time to visit our physiotherapy clinic!… Read More

2017 PVC Health Staff Excellence Awards

Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 PVC (Health) Staff Excellence Award winners recognised for their excellent contribution to the Health Group: Learning and Teaching… Read More

‘Student’ vs ‘Professional’ health clinics – what’s the difference?

As you may already know, Griffith Health Clinics offer premium health services to members of the public as well as students and staff of Griffith… Read More

Griffith Health Clinics offer community value

  With 60,000 health services delivered last year, Griffith University’s Health Clinics are possibly the University’s largest community engagement vehicle. Executive Officer Peter Westwood says… Read More

Rural health trip supports professional collaboration

In keeping with Griffith University’s interdisciplinary approach to healthcare education and commitment to rural health, 29 students from across the Health Group recently enjoyed a weekend in Toowoomba. Read More

Safe sport for kids – Over 50% of ACL knee injuries are preventable

Australia has the highest incidence of anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries in the world, and sports injuries are now the number one reason for youth… Read More

Curing chronic neck pain through virtual reality perception

Curing chronic neck pain through virtual reality perception; exploring the link between urban Aboriginal male identity and health and evaluating plant management programs on the Gold Coast. These are just some of the research projects undertaken by 13 Indigenous students as part of the Kungullanji Indigenous Summer Research Symposium. The Symposium, in its second year, offers the opportunity for undergraduate Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to participate in research projects across areas in Griffith Sciences and Griffith Health programs. Read More