The spine relies on constant movement to keep itself free and pliable. What happens when we immobilise it in sitting for to long?
We all know drinking water is vital for our general wellbeing, but did you know it is important for our spinal health?
Struggling with your snatch? When was the last time you overhead squatted? Read more to find out how important an overhead squatting technique is to smashing your next snatch PB.
Many people find their plantar fasciitis hard to shake off. Read here to find out the 4 most common reasons why your plantar fasciitis is not getting better.
Discs don’t slip. In fact, it’s impossible for your disc to slip. Why, then, do people say it so often? Find out here!
The front rack position is used frequently in weightlifting but MANY people struggle with it. Here’s 6 exercise to help improve your form.
For all those rugby or basketball players out there you may have heard of mallet finger…or had your fair share of it! Read on to find out what we do about it.
A question I often get asked in the clinic is “should I get a scan for my back”? The simple answer – maybe.
To kick things off, let’s get one thing straight – flexibility and mobility are NOT the same thing…. Keep reading to find out more
Why do our Physiotherapists run Pilates at our clinic? In short, to get you better! Keep reading to find out more!
Have you had shoulder pain or limited range that started a few days post-vaccination?
For years it has been advised that your knees should not travel past your toes when performing a squat… but should they?
Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, otherwise known as BPPV- you might be thinking “woah, what on earth is that?!” Keep reading to find out more
It is understood that the foods you eat (and those you don’t) impact how well your body fights pain and inflammation. Keep reading to find out more about its role in pain
Cervical radiculopathy… well, what a mouthful. Read more to learn more about that neck and arm pain
Sciatica. Most of you have probably heard of it, but what really is it? Find out here.
Rehabilitation for ACL repair is crucial post-surgery to improve the recovery process, prevent the risk of re-rupture and to increase range and strength of the affected knee.
Tennis players, golfers, gardeners, heavy lifters and even recent mothers are just a few that can develop De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis. Thumb pain? Keep reading
In today’s blog William talks you through everything tennis elbow. Pain , education and recovery. This is a must read if you have elbow pain.
Patellar tendinopathy also knows as jumpers’ knee is an overuse injury that presents as pain at the front of the patella.
Tendinopathies can be a real pain! They generally have a long and slow recovery, but we have some top tips we wanted to share with you surrounding this condition.
Loading that barbell back to the pre-Covid weight may not be your best idea. To avoid injury, burnout and reduce the anxiety here is our guide to getting back into the gym post lockdown.
Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition of the heel of the foot. In plantar fasciitis, the plantar facia becomes irritated and ultimately thickens.
Syndesmosis injuries, account for approximately 11% of all ankle injuries, with a higher occurrence in sporting activities
A common misconception of this condition is that the two sides of the six-pack pull apart and actually separate. This however, is a myth.
Urinary incontinence affects up to 10% of Australian men and up to 38% of Australian Women.
Tendon rupture occurs when sudden forces are exerted upon the Achilles tendon during strenuous physical activities
Muscle injuries occur when the amount of forced being applied exceeds its ability to withstand the force.