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Avoid ‘Swimmer’s Shoulder’ with this quick tip

With summer here, a lot more of us will choose to jump in the pool for some exercise. Swimming is a great form of low impact exercise to help increase strength, endurance and overall cardiovascular fitness. ‘Swimmer’s shoulder’ is a general term given to a range of...

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How can Sport and Performance Psychology Help You?

by Rachel Jones, Sport & Exercise Psychologist   Sport and performance psychology is all about maximising your mental game, whatever your area of performance might be. I believe that everyone is a performer, whether it be in sport, business, performing arts,...

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WARM-UP LIKE A PRO WITH THESE 6 TIPS

Once we would warm-up like these guys! We now know better.   Follow Physiologic’s top 6 tips for the perfect warm-up;   1. Don’t foam roll This sounds like the exact opposite of what we have been told for the last millennium BUT foam rolling and...

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Beyond Bariatric Surgery podcast – Mark Barrett

Mark Barrett was recently a guest on the Beyond Bariatric Surgery podcast. To hear Mark’s best tips on how to boost your metabolism and jump starting weight loss with interval training click the link below. Click here if to listen now...

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Shoulder pain – It can be resolved !!

Over the past few months I have been seeing an increasing amount of patients with shoulder related pain who are complaining of very similar issues. These things include : “ I have pain laying on my shoulder at night” “ My Shoulder pain warms up and becomes sore only...

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KOKODA 2017

The Kokoda Challenge is Australia’s iconic team ultra-marathon, with 4 person teams tackling the tough 96km (4500m elevation) event through the beautiful Gold Coast Hinterland. The event raises funds for the Kokoda youth Foundation. Our team this year comprised...

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Wanting to improve your bone health?

Make your first break your last. The Australian National SOS Fracture Alliance unites 30 medical, allied health, patient advocacy, carer and other organisations under its umbrella. The more than 2.91 million members have one common goal – to ‘make the first break the...

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What the ‘bleep’ is remedial massage?

While most of us have at least some notion of what remedial massage is, we might still struggle to explain specifically what it’s all about if we had to explain it to our next-door neighbour. The key word in remedial massage is ‘remedy’. Whether you suffer from an...

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