Even though the beach weather is just kicking in, it’s time to start thinking about pre-season for our winter team sports. We’re excited to have our AxIT strength measurement system to help you make decisions about prehab and smart training goals based on numbers, not guesswork.Read More
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I love this time of year. A New Year offers an opportunity to review and reset, plan some goals and make a resolution to change something you think is important.
For me that always includes a fitness goal. They usually revolve around weight. Last years was to get to 85kg. I missed by 7-10kgs depending on what day it is! Read More
Can exercise lower your blood pressure?Read More
why you should ignore traditional medical advice!
Every week, thousands of people sprain their ankle. Most do it at sport, some walking down stairs or on uneven ground.
Here’s a typical story we hear as Physiotherapists, almost every week.
The medical term for “runners knee” is Patello-Femoral Pain Syndrome. Pain is usually felt at the front of the knee with running, stairs and sitting.
One in 20 teens and one in 10 adult females suffer from Patello-Femoral Pain. Pain lasts for a year or more in 1/3 of people.
Pain and injury doesn’t take a holiday, so neither do we. We know from experience that the next few weeks can be some of our busiest of the year. So, we’ve got your back and will be available for any silly season mishaps.
It is that time of year where we replace our beanies and jumpers with swim caps and cozzies.
Now that restrictions have eased and there is no longer the hassle of worrying about booking swim sessions online you are probably excited to be back in the water.
Whether you’re training for ocean swimming events, triathlons, pool competitions or just swimming leisurely to increase your fitness, it is quite likely you have come across the term ‘Swimmers Shoulder’ or even had it.
So what is it?Read More
If you’re in a private health fund and covered for “Extras”, do you know when your benefits re-set? Are you sure you’re in the best value for money cover for your needs? Are you paying too much for the lowest benefits? You’ve been paying insurance premiums that always increase, have you made the best use of your insurance?Read More