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4 reasons why you should start Reformer Pilates today

4 reasons why you should start Reformer Pilates today

Have you heard about Reformer Pilates and wondering what all the buzz is about? Reformer Pilates is taking the world by storm as a popular form of physical fitness and tool for rehabilitation programs. Pilates focuses on movement control, posture, core strength,...

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Relieving Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain

Relieving Temporomandibular Joint (TMJ) Pain

Temporomandibular joint (TMJ) pain can be debilitating, impacting daily activities like eating and speaking. Physiotherapy is a powerful non-invasive treatment for pain relief. Physiotherapists employ a targeted approach, addressing muscle imbalances, tension, and...

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Load Management Tips

Load Management Tips

Load management is crucial for athletes to optimise performance, prevent injuries, and ensure long-term health. Here are some tips and advice for effective load management:   Individualised Approach: Recognise that everyone is unique.  Factors such as age,...

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Soccer Injuries & Performance

Soccer Injuries & Performance

Our team of physiotherapists are committed to helping you recover from soccer-related injuries and get back on the field stronger than ever.  Senior Physiotherapist, Jess, has 15 years of experience working with soccer athletes and teams including time with A-League,...

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Navigating ACL injury & recovery

Navigating ACL injury & recovery

An Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury is one of the most common knee injuries, especially in pivoting and cutting sports like AFL, soccer, netball and rugby league. Dealing with an ACL injury can be challenging, but understanding your treatment options is the...

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5 Diverse Ways to Reduce The Risk of Stroke

5 Diverse Ways to Reduce The Risk of Stroke

Stroke is a serious medical condition that occurs when blood flow to the brain is disrupted, resulting in brain damage or even death. Physical activity is one of the most effective ways to reduce the risk of stroke. The good news is even small increases in physical...

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Tips to avoid developing peroneal tendinopathy

Tips to avoid developing peroneal tendinopathy

Over 40 and participating in high-intensity activities? Tips to avoid developing peroneal tendinopathy. Peroneal tendinitis (or peroneal tendinopathy) is a condition that causes pain around the outer side of the ankle and foot. There are two main tendons on the...

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