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I have plantar fasciitis what do I do?

I have plantar fasciitis what do I do?

Plantar fasciitis which we know refer to as Plantar Heel Pain is a common condition that can cause pain at the bottom of the foot and heel. It Is typically caused due to the irritation of the plantar fascia which is a long and thin ligament which lies directly...

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What can I do for my LOW BACK PAIN?

What can I do for my LOW BACK PAIN?

Low back pain is a common condition experienced by 80% of people at least once in their lifetime. For up to 30% of people, their pain may become persistent (lasting for longer than 12 weeks) and interfere with many aspects of their life. This can look like having...

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COVID and Physio

COVID and Physio

As this current wave of COVID spreads through the eastern states of Australia we know that in the vast majority of cases people recover well after the initial onset of respiratory symptoms. However, since early on in the pandemic some patient reported experiencing...

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Working from home – How to set up the desk

Working from home – How to set up the desk

Due to an increase in the amount of people who currently work at home because of the pandemic there has been an inherent increase in the amount of injuries when working. In particular, due to the increased amount of time spent at our desk. Problems like neck pain and...

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SOCCER SPECIFIC: STRENGTH TRAINING

SOCCER SPECIFIC: STRENGTH TRAINING

Strength training is an integral part of a successful soccer players routine. It has two main benefits: injury prevention and to improve athletic performance. WHAT SHOULD IT INCLUDE? The strength training should focus on the main muscle groups used during soccer:...

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What can I do for my LOW BACK PAIN?

What can I do for my LOW BACK PAIN?

Low back pain is very common. Up to 80% of people will experience this type of pain in their life. For up to 30% of people, their pain may become persistent (lasting for longer than 12 weeks) and interfere with many aspects of their life. This can look like having...

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Tips for the Off Season

Tips for the Off Season

The last few months of sport have been chaotic- a lot of training and games are packed into a short space of time. We have seen a large number of injuries during this time as there was a huge spike in activity after the COVID break. As a lot of sport is winding down...

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Osteoarthritis and Exercise

Osteoarthritis and Exercise

Osteoarthritis (OA) is the most common joint disorder worldwide [1]. Although it is more common in older adults, it can also affect individuals as young as 30 years of age. Osteoarthritis often results in pain, disability and reduced quality of life. Current national...

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