Re-Season Training

profile of Physiotherapist, Jay McGuinness
Jay McGuinness Physiotherapist

Over 35 Soccer players, are you excited about the prospect of getting back together with your team and having a kick and a beer? If you’re a bit worried about getting injured and missing most of a 9 week season then you are not alone and you should read this carefully as I’m about to outline a program you need to be doing now to have your best chance of staying on the pitch.

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We can Help With Pregnancy Low Back and Pelvic Pain

Jessica Stoll
Jess Stoll

Are you Pregnant? Sick of Pelvic or Low Back Pain stealing your glow? You’re not alone! I’ve got a few friends that are pregnant and heaps of them message me about their sore back and pelvis as they progress through their pregnancy. Time and time again I have to reassure friends and patients that despite this being a normal part of pregnancy, Physio can be a big help in keeping you moving as you get ready to welcome your cherished new addition. Keep reading, I’ve got 5 Tops to help get you some relief from pregnancy related pain.Read More

Our New Normal!

It’s been a busy week. I’m trying not to use the phrase “Uncertain Times” or any of the “C” words, so lets just agree things are happening quickly at the moment. Here’s an update on what’s happening at Parkside as of Sunday March 29

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COVID-19 Update

Important Corona Virus Update: The safety and well-being of our clients and staff is always our priority. We are actively monitoring the coronavirus (COVID-19) situation and taking advice from reputable, official channels and taking steps to help keep our community safe.

As we all adjust to new precautions, we want to highlight a few actions we are taking at Parkside Sports Physiotherapy while we remain open for business as usualRead More