Health, Injuries & Insurance


Souths Superules - Personal Injury Insurance Cover

Now available to Masters AFL Teams, the JLT Personal Injury Insurance has been taken out by Souths Superules for its financial members. Click on the PDF for the details on the policy coverage. Only Financial & Life Members are covered, so if you have not paid your fees, sorry, you will not be covered until your fees are current.


Core Training

Real MUST DO's if you are getting back into sport after a long break!


Balding Myths

For those on the team who are folically challenged!


Habits of Elite Athletes

“We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit."


How is Injury Rehabilitation Managed?

A great article on how you should manage an injury


Fuel For The Game

AFL football takes a lot out of the body from depleting energy stores to the toll of physical contact.

Most AFL players prepare their body for the game by getting physiotherapy and massage to ease aches and pains but they also need to eat correctly before the game to ensure they have sufficient energy to get through a full game of AFL.




Get tips on training diets and advice on food to help players stay in top form.


Fitness for AFL

Australian Football requires motivating players to reach a level of fitness that will get them through the season. Get tips, strategies and worksheets to keep your team in top form.


Injury Management

Injury Management

Injury management can make a significant difference to the outcome of a football team.  Maintaining a healthy squad improves your chances of success.  Preparation to avoid injuries is as important as managing injuries when they occur. 


Taping Techniques

Takes you to the Leuko Wesbite for tips on Taping


The Psychosocial Reactions to Injury

Serious injuries, such as the broken leg suffered by young Kangaroo Jack Ziebell, have more than a physical impact on players. They also affect their mental state during rehabilitation.


Soft Tissue Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation following soft tissue injury involves the management of
the athlete from the time of injury to return to sport. Soft tissue injuries
vary in type (e.g. tendon, muscle, ligament, muscle contusion etc) and
severity; however, a generalised program of staged rehabilitation is
relevant for all injuries. The length of the program will vary depending
on the severity of injury but all stages will still need to be addressed.


What to do if your tooth gets knocked out

The following steps should be taken immeadiately


General Information on Injuries

Sport is a vital part of the Australian lifestyle. It provides exercise, social contact, relaxation, competition and promotes good health. It may also cause injuries, many of which can be prevented.

Most sports injuries can be effectively treated by your physiotherapist, enabling you to return to your sporting activities as soon as possible.

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