University of Queensland in Saint Lucia, specifically the School of Health & Rehabilitation Sciences is conducting a study which aims to delve deeper into the causes of persistent hip pain. This study involves the sensory function of and physical loading in people that experience persistent hip pain.

In connection with this study, UQ is calling out healthy female volunteers aged between 40-70 years old who are free of pain. The study will run for only one session with a two-hour duration at the campus. Volunteers will get a Coles Myers gift card as well as free parking.

The school has been conducting studies and teaching sessions in occupational therapy, physiotherapy, audiology and speech pathology. The campus has shown continuous excellence in providing information on various health cases, which have made the school one of the nation’s leading health and rehabilitation educational institutions.

UQ-St Lucia also runs public health and rehabilitation clinics which provide client-focused and personalized healthcare and rehabilitation to children, adults and seniors as well as students and staff of the university.