In Australia, back pain is the most common musculoskeletal condition that people will consult a doctor for - but what causes it and how do we prevent back pain? Read More
Fatherhood isn’t for the weak, but the rewards are what make it worthwhile. In celebration of this coming Father's Day, we've compiled a list of common dad injuries to be aware of, as well as some ways to treat and recover, so you can stay #1 in their eyes.
There are so many beneficial and diverse ways to use the breath for wellbeing. Even just 5-10 minutes a day of focused breathing can have a positive impact on mental health and physical performance. Read More
Ever wondered what causes pain? Pain is a sensation that is caused, not by the stimulus of injury itself but by the message that is sent to the brain and our response to the trigger is determined by our brains interpretation of the event or injury. This complicated process means that we can experience pain, even without having any injury or tissue damage! Read More
Tight hamstrings can have a huge impact on mobility and flexibility. Try these simple tips to nurture and open up the backs of your legs and improve flexibility.
Cold showers definitely get the heart racing! There are many reasons why you might be curious about cold showers and the physiological benefits for recovery, stress, mood, sleep and even weight loss. Read More
No matter how you look at it, getting injured sucks. You were at the top of your game: and now forced to break from your training, your life, your established routine and the sports activities you love. And it’s more than the physical injury you have to recover from, you now have to build yourself and your confidence back to where they were. Read More
Have you got any good exercises for (insert some sports injury here)? It’s probably the number one question I’ve been asked as a sports physio. My answer is always the same; I have plenty of exercises that I can give you – whether they’re good or bad is up to you. Read More
Incidental exercise is activity you do every day without even thinking about it. Running up the stairs, playing football with your kids, washing the car – all these tasks get your blood pumping and contribute to your overall fitness. Read More