Do you have golfer’s elbow, but don’t play golf, or participate in any golf-like activities? Read below to find out how your wrist positioning can be causing pain at your elbow!
Physiotherapist Darcy takes you through the management of OCD. An injury that can occur in the knees of children and adolescents with pain commonly occurring during or after sport and activity.
Our physio team talks us through why feet are much more than things you just jam into shoes and forget about. We commonly talk about how having a strong and stable foot/ankle complex beats having the most expensive runner and how having a lack of control around your hips can manifest in your foot becoming an issue. Keen to know more?
Are you experiencing knee pain when you run and just can’t seem to shake it off? Or maybe you’ve started walking more? Or maybe you suspect its related to footy, basketball or dancing? Tune in as we explain the lowdown of patellofemoral joint pain.
Stress is something everyone feels throughout our lives, some more frequently than others, however have you ever thought about how massage therapy can assist you?
The comprehensive preparation in the lead up to a triathlon race can be overwhelming, but on race day, we're here to keep it simple!
Check out Physio Bec's top tips for peak race day preparation, and prioritising a safe and successful recovery afterwards, to help you make the most out of this racing season.
The new year is starting and kids are stepping in at full pace! New year, new classes, and new activities – So, what do kids need to be ready for school?
Physio Darcy takes us through his tips and tricks for parents looking to optimise the year for their children, starting with good footwear.
Physiotherapists can play a vast role over a person’s lifespan and life events. For women, one of the most significant but often overlooked changes that a woman's body undergoes is menopause.
Many of us have heard of it but may not be sure exactly what it entails. Here is how physiotherapy can help you to make the most of your menopause chapter...
As much as we'd like them to, our bones just don't have the ability to function the same throughout our entire lives. If we fail to take care of them, we increase our risk of developing degenerative bone conditions like osteoporosis.
Do not fear though, there is a simple way to reduce the onset or severity of brittle bones and improve bone density - EXERCISE! Physio Josh explains the benefits of moving the body throughout the lifespan, which can help us build strong bones.