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It’s that time of year again where we think about the things we want to improve for ourselves in the New Year and (hopefully) write them down in order to achieve them. It’s well known that exercise and physical activity reduces your risk of developing...

Christmas and New Year may be over, but there’s still plenty of time left in the summer holidays for activities, sports and spending time at home. For Australians that means we are more likely to suffer or exacerbate an injury for any number of different...

What is physiotherapy? While most people have a general understanding of what physiotherapy is, the phrase “what is physiotherapy” is one of the most commonly Googled phrases about physiotherapy. Many people aren’t aware of the different nuances between, for example; a Sports Specialist Physio and a...

When most people experience a pain, their first instinct is to head to their GP, instead of thinking as their local physio as a specialist in treating aches and pains. This causes medical centres to become crowded, doctors to become even more backlogged and appointments...

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...