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We are Hiring!

We are Hiring!

We are Hiring! Can you see yourself working in this beautiful space? Are you a qualified physiotherapist looking to build a solid client base, work alongside a highly skilled practitioner and enjoy being a part of a small and supportive team? Do you want the ability...

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Children in Sport

Children in Sport

Physiotherapists are trained to prevent, recognise, and provide immediate care for athletic injuries. We suggest you seek treatment as soon as you think your child may have any injury that needs attention. The sooner they are seen, the less chance of ongoing issues....

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Calf Injuries

Calf Injuries

Calf Injuries are a common occurrence in people who are involved in sports that include running, jumping, hopping and landing activities. Excessive forces during explosive contraction, eccentric control loading or when your calf muscles fatigue often result in pain...

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Mid Back Pain

Mid Back Pain

Mid Back Pain? The thoracic spine extends from the lower neck down to the last rib. It is often a neglected part of the body, which is surprising considering that it is just as prone to stiffness as other parts of the spine. Though it is a difficult part of the body...

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Lower Back Pain

Lower Back Pain

Lower back pain is probably the most common issue we see in our clinic. The lower back is the area of the spine between the bottom of the ribs and the pelvis. There are five moveable lumbar vertebrae with discs in between them. They are supported by strong surrounding...

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Sports Injuries

Sports Injuries

  Sports Injuries: Statistically speaking, sports injuries peak in the months of May, June and July. Cold muscles, tendons and ligaments increase your risk of sustaining injury. However, the fear of sustaining a sports injury should not deter you from...

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The importance of casual play and exercise

The importance of casual play and exercise

  The importance of casual play and exercise to build strong muscles and a healthy outlook cannot be underestimated. Here’s a slightly disturbing statistic for you… Kids aged 5-15 years old had the greatest increase of all age groups in ACL (knee) surgery between...

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Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles tendinopathy is an unfortunately common complaint seen in our clinic. Achilles tendon pain is usually due to small tears in the tendon which can develop over time. This may occur due to a single incident of over-stretching or straining the tendon.  General...

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Acupuncture

Acupuncture

Acupuncture is an ancient healing therapy that has its earliest writing in a book written in 475BC. It is based on a theory that energy flows within the body along 12 main channels, known as meridians. Each meridian is associated with an organ and therefore takes the...

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Creating the ideal work station setup

Creating the ideal work station setup

Creating the ideal work station setup can be broken down into 3 main zones when looking from a birds eye view. The Optimum Reach Zone: The most consideration should be given to your optimum reach zone. You should be able to reach everything with your elbows by your...

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