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HELPING YOU THROUGH

The health and safety of our most valued patients and staff is our immediate priority and we are constantly responding to the evolving advice from the Australian Department of Health. Following these precautions and recommendations, stringent hygiene protocols have been put in place throughout the clinic to keep you as safe as possible. We would…
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Core Strength

“Core stability” The facts

Have you been given “abdominal hollowing” or “bracing” exercises for your lower back pain? Often the blame for lower back pain is “a lack of core stability”, but is this theory now becoming out-dated? Core stability is often referred to as the strength and endurance of your deep abdominal muscles. The two most common muscles…
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back pain

Don’t spoil your Xmas with back pain!!

Give your back the gift of Exercise! Whether you’re making your house ready for Santa’s arrival or having the family around for a holiday cook up, most of us are likely to be busier than ever during the holiday period and we want you to enjoy the festive season without having to worry about niggly…
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cortisone injection

Cortisone Injections – is it the right option for me?

You are in a lot of pain and have just seen your doctor who has recommended a cortisone injection. You have probably heard many conflicting opinions from friends and family on their experiences with cortisone, some will have great stories of miraculous pain relief, some people may have found it an invasive procedure that offered…
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You were made to move…. and we can help!

Read the latest evidence from the World Confederation of Physical Therapy Congress 2017, currently underway in Cape Town. “Physical therapists have a vital role to play in giving patients the ability, knowledge and self-confidence to self-manage chronic musculoskeletal disorders. Their contribution could be increasingly important as musculoskeletal disorders rise in prevalence, a focused symposium heard.”…
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Keep moving and reduce falls

Systematic reviews show that older people who exercise have 21% fewer falls than controls – and in some clinical groups exercise programmes can halve fall rates. More info
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Knee Arthritis Has Doubled Since WW2

The prevalence of knee arthritis in the United States has doubled in adults since World War II. But while many will have already jumped to conclusions as to why this might be the case, it is not for the reasons you probably think. Read more
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We loved “How to exercise better” on Catalyst Tuesday 10th October 2017

We loved it and wanted to share it with you! Watch it here!
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