Children and Sports | When Is Too Young To Start?

Children and Sports | When Is Too Young To Start?

Thursday, February 21, 2019

Team sports and sports-activities help children develop physically, mentally and teach them many important skills for life. But, exactly when is the right age to immerse your child into the highly competitive world of sports? Read more

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Improve Your Joint Health | Make Habits Not Resolutions

Improve Your Joint Health | Make Habits Not Resolutions

Monday, February 18, 2019

To our dear patients and friends, welcome to the new year. For many the new year is a time to celebrate and hope for what’s to come. For others it may been dampened by the loss of a loved one or life altering injuries. I’ve seen both in my clinic so I wanted to write this article so that no matter your situation, you would be encouraged to make even the smallest of changes to take care of your health and make life a little bit easier this year. While money comes and goes, our health lasts our whole life. It is what makes the difference between enjoying a trip and hoping for it to end. Read more

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Can Worn Out Shoes Cause Back & Knee Pain?

Can Worn Out Shoes Cause Back & Knee Pain?

Thursday, February 14, 2019

Did you know that poor or worn-out footwear can contribute to pain and injury throughout the body? Read more

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Most Common Crossfit Injuries | How To Stay Injury Free

Most Common Crossfit Injuries | How To Stay Injury Free

Monday, February 11, 2019

Since its impactful entrance into the fitness world, CrossFit has grown in popularity at an unparalleled rate, now being recognized worldwide. But, with new CrossFit gyms opening up every day, more and more injuries seem to be occurring as well. In this article, we will be outlining the most common CrossFit injuries, why they occur and how you can prevent them. Read more

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I ruptured my ACL. Do I need surgery?

I ruptured my ACL. Do I need surgery?

Monday, February 04, 2019

So you’ve ruptured your Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL)? Chances are you did it skiing or playing soccer or oztag or in some other activity that challenged the stability of your knee. Read more

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Choosing The Right School Bag | A Physiotherapists Guide

Choosing The Right School Bag | A Physiotherapists Guide

Friday, February 01, 2019

School’s back! It is time for the little ones to return to their buildings of learning and get going on growing up... Read more

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Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club - A gem of Penrith

Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club - A gem of Penrith

Thursday, January 24, 2019

As many of my patients and you readers would know by now, I love my golf, and if I’m not in the clinic, I can probably be found on a golf course somewhere. Just this week I was lucky enough to play a round at one of our local Penrith courses; Glenmore Heritage Valley Golf Club.  The weather was hot but the golf didn’t disappoint Read more

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Sprinters Prehab | Get More out of Your Legs While Avoiding Injury

Sprinters Prehab | Get More out of Your Legs While Avoiding Injury

Sunday, January 20, 2019

Sprint training is a great addition to any exercise or sports training program. It builds muscle, burns fat and saves you time. The problem is, sprinting is a very intense activity and can lead to physical injury if your body is not properly prepared for it. Taking time away from training to rehab an injury is never ideal. So, how can you get more out of your legs while avoiding injury? The answer, is simple. It’s called Prehab. Read more

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Difference Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

Difference Between Rheumatoid Arthritis and Fibromyalgia

Saturday, January 19, 2019

Arthritis affects numerous people worldwide and according to ABS In 2011-12, 14.8% of Australians (or around 3.3 million people) had arthritis, with prevalence higher amongst women than men (17.7% compared with 11.8%). Read more

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Stress Fractures in Runners

Stress Fractures in Runners

Wednesday, January 16, 2019

Stress fractures are, in a lot of ways a runner’s worst nightmare. Bone injuries are painful and force you to take time away from what you love to do… run! Plus, stress fractures caused by running are most common in the feet, legs and ankles and are exacerbated by simple everyday activities like walking and standing. Read more

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