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Reflexology- with Jenny Ekstrom

Reflexology- with Jenny Ekstrom

What is Reflexology? Reflexology involves the manipulation of defined pressure points on the feet, hands, face and ears. The theory is that these pressure points correspond to various organs of the body and that the application of pressure on these specific points can...

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Psoas Muscle and Lower Back Pain

Psoas Muscle and Lower Back Pain

The psoas muscle forms part of a large group of muscles called the hip flexors. It is the primary connector between the trunk and lower limbs as it originates at the 12 Thoracic Vertebrae and inserts into the inside of the femur. Its main action is to bend from your...

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Adam’s Marathon Training with Physiologic – Nutrition

Adam’s Marathon Training with Physiologic – Nutrition

Delina our Clinical Nutritionist consults with Adam on the importance of nutrition and training.   Click the below topics to find short videos on each; (Click here to see all 5 videos)     Nutrition and Training Nutrition During your event Hydration...

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PHYSIOLOGIC – INJURY TRIAGE NIGHTS AT SOUTH COAST NETBALL

PHYSIOLOGIC – INJURY TRIAGE NIGHTS AT SOUTH COAST NETBALL

Physiologic will be providing injury triage nights at SCNA on the evenings of Tue 28th May 2019 Tue 2nd July 2019 From 6-8pm.   These sessions are ideal for players who have; ongoing niggles / pain a current injury and require some help / information knee, ankle,...

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Follow Adam’s Marathon Training with Physiologic

Follow Adam’s Marathon Training with Physiologic

We follow Physiotherapist Adam Shaw as he prepares for his first Marathon.   Adam is preparing for his first Gold Coast marathon in July. We will be following his journey as he prepares for his upcoming marathon. With help from different professionals at...

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Patellofemoral pain

Patellofemoral pain

Knee cap pain is the most common form of knee pain and affects both males and females of all ages and activity levels. It is often referred to as patellofemoral pain or runners knee. It tends to become painful when performing activities such as squatting, kneeling,...

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