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With the vast distances of Australia and reduced availability of healthcare in remote areas, Telehealth physiotherapy was already on the rise before the COVID-19 virus struck. Now, with social distancing and travel restriction measures in place with most Governments, the benefits of telehealth for physio...

At this very moment, 1 in 6 people on the Lower North Shore is suffering from back pain of some description.[1] Back pain affects your work, sports, mental health, sleep and is a leading cause of disability worldwide.[2] How disabling back pain is to a person...

Osteoarthritis (OA) has a broad reaching negative impact on individuals, ranking as the 11th highest contributor to global disability.[1] When it comes to the treatment of OA, physiotherapists are central to the management of symptoms and progression through the delivery of exercise programs. Although OA is...

The word Scoliosis is derived from the Greek word for bent or curved and is used today to describe the lateral curve in the spine caused by the condition. Scoliosis commonly presents as one curve, called a C-curve, or two curves, called an S-curve and...

The dreaded anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear. Anterior cruciate ligament ruptures/tears are one of the most common, painful and infamous injuries in sport. Your ACL is a band of dense connective tissue that is attached to the femur and tibia. The ACL is one of the main ligaments of the...

Your shoulder is a complex joint made up of the arm bone (the humerus), the collarbone (the clavicle) and the shoulder blade (the scapula). These connect to the glenoid, which is a ball-like shaped object that then connects with the socket of the scapula at...

Your hip is a ball and socket joint made of two parts, the acetabulum (the socket) and the femur (the ball) that allows the upper leg to move front to back and side to side. Your hip is the largest weight bearing joint in the...

What are the benefits of childhood sports participation? Physical activity is important in developing the health and wellbeing of children as it promotes a wide range of effects that support growth and development.  Studies have shown that physical activity is not only good for a child’s...

It’s back to school time again, which means that children all around Australia are going to be putting on their backpacks, grabbing their iPads, books, heading to class and putting themselves at higher risk of a back, shoulder and neck pain.[1] The combination of under...

Statistics show that 1 in 3 women in Australia suffer from urinary incontinence, Overactive Bladder (OAB) syndrome being one of the most common forms. Overactive bladder is also known as urge incontinence and can be triggered by something as small as hearing running water or...

SERVICE UPDATE

During these unprecedented times, we’d like to assure you that our clinic is open and safe to attend.

We have taken extra measures to ensure our rooms are disinfected and cleaned on each visit and adhere to social distancing as required.

Although we are seeing patients in the clinic as normal, we are offering extra services for any "at risk" patients via home-visits or tele-health online physio.

All Physiotherapy, Hydrotherapy and Exercise Physiology appointments will still be available in the clinic, at home and online via tele-health. Please call us on 9428 5772 to organise a time or email us at in[email protected]

Stay healthy and we hope to see you in the clinic soon.

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