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Sports Injuries in Kids and Teens

Sports Injuries in Kids and Teens After a very successful workshop last week on sports injuries in kids and teens we are excited to share some summary notes. Please see the PDF document below that you can view, download or print....

Womens Health Week 2020

Have you ever coughed, laughed, or sneezed and leaked? About 1 in 3 women suffer with stress urinary incontinence at some stage of their life. Pelvic health is often a very taboo topic amongst the general population and unfortunately many Australian women are not...

Exercising with Pain and Injuries

In one of our recent workshops, we discussed exercising with pain and we based our discussion on Prof Lorimer Moseley’s definition of pain: “Pain is an unpleasant feeling that is felt somewhere in the body and urges us to protect that body part.” “Pain is an output,...

Finding the right massage for you

Whether you are looking to relieve tension, relax tight muscles or take some time for yourself, many people really enjoy receiving a massage. I am often asked by patients which is the best form of massage; Swedish, Sports, Therapeutic, Remedial, Deep Tissue etc. My...

Message to a new physio graduate

I had  the pleasure of attending the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) ‘meet and greet’ new grads last week. With Shana-Lee on maternity leave, Craig up to speed, and myself trying to complete my PhD, we are on the lookout for new staff in the clinic. I...