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Hydrotherapy aka Aquatic Physiotherapy has a myriad of clinical and therapeutic benefits that have been studied for decades. Not only is the water heated specifically to 34 degrees to maximise the positive effect on your body, hydrotherapy sessions are run by expertly qualified physiotherapists that...

If you’re a competitive runner, chances are you’ve already had at least one of the big three running injuries; plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis and runner’s knee. Even if you’re a weekend warrior it’s likely you’ve suffered from at least one of the above and the...

Hydrating is not an optional extra for human beings, it is necessary for survival. That’s what happens when 50-60% of our body mass is water. If you are an active human being who spends time in the gym or running, your need for staying hydrated...

Have you ever suffered from thigh pain and automatically assumed you must have pulled a muscle in your quadriceps? The thigh is one of those areas that most people think they know, when in fact it can be one of the trickier areas of the...

Time and time again as a Sports Specialist Physio, during the initial comprehensive assessment with new patients I am shocked at how many novice trainers and experienced runners alike neglect to get a consistent good night’s sleep. We live in a fast pace world and...

Now that winter is in the rear view mirror, many people around the country will be dusting off the running shoes, updating those apple watches and getting ready to hit the pavement running. Whether you hibernated completely over the winter or scaled back your physical...

Behind every athlete is a story of dedication and sacrifice in order to achieve their goals. The days (sometimes nights) spent training, the adherence to strict programs and diets come rain, hail or shine and pushing through the pain barrier are things that most athletes...

The physios at Lane Cove Physio are here to help. Tennis elbow (otherwise known as lateral epicondylalgia) is a common condition that affects roughly 1-3% of the population. It affects both athletes as well as the general population with varying degrees of severity. The typical symptoms include pain, reduced...

Your ankle is a complex hinge joint forming between the bones of the lower leg  (tibia and fibula) and a bone of the foot (the talus) and allows your foot to bend upwards (dorsiflexion) and downwards (plantarflexion). Because of the number of ligaments, muscles and...