Strength training for Runners

“Don’t let your engine outpace your chassis” – How to build an injury-resistant body and prevent running injuries Runners are often very good at running, but when the topic of strength training comes up, many runners, well, run away from it, mostly because they...

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Strength training for Runners

“Don’t let your engine outpace your chassis” – How to build an injury-resistant body and prevent running injuries Runners are often very good at running, but when the topic of strength training comes up, many runners, well, run away from it, mostly because they...

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How to keep Arthritis Pain at bay

How to keep Arthritis Pain at bay

Osteoarthritis affects millions of Australians, but only a small percentage are benefiting from osteoarthritis physiotherapy – a therapy that uses tailored exercises to drastically reduce arthritis pain. Research shows that exercise is the second most effective...

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The 5 Best Exercises for your Low Back Pain

The 5 Best Exercises for your Low Back Pain

The 5 best exercises for lower back pain are: Child’s pose Back extensions or cobras Bird-dog pose Segmental bridge Knee to chest stretch   But, understanding a bit more about the cause of back pain can help manage its treatment. About low back pain Almost...

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What is Physiotherapy?

What is Physiotherapy?

Physiotherapy can help you improve the quality of your life. A physiotherapist can help you recover from injury, reduce pain and stiffness and increase mobility. Physiotherapy can also help to reduce the risk of further injury in the future. When visiting a...

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Do You Really Need To Stretch?

Do You Really Need To Stretch?

Stretching has long played an important role in the world of sport and fitness, with most athletes stretching religiously before and after training to prevent injury and promote recovery. However, the practice has been called into question lately with many people...

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Five Reasons To See A Physiotherapist After An Injury

Five Reasons To See A Physiotherapist After An Injury

Five Reasons To See A Physiotherapist After An Injury There is no doubt that the human body can be very resilient. Short of regenerating new limbs, our bodies are capable of recovering from large amounts of damage, including broken bones. With this in mind, many...

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Exercise and Pain

Exercise and Pain

The health benefits of exercise are well documented in the scientific literature. Some well-known benefits of exercise include: reversal of obesity, boost metabolism, improve muscle strength, increase joint stability as well as preserve bone density. Whilst these...

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Ankle Injuries – To X-Ray Or Not X-Ray

Ankle Injuries – To X-Ray Or Not X-Ray

Winter sport brings with it lots of fun and excitement but it also sees the arrival of many athletes to the Emergency Department of their local hospital for X-ray’s and assessment of whether a bone is broken. One of the most common presentations to the ED is for an...

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When to use heat or cold therapy, or maybe both?

When to use heat or cold therapy, or maybe both?

This blog post contains general medical information and should be read as such. For personalised injury management advice, feel free to contact one of our physiotherapists to help you out. When to use heat or cold therapy, or maybe both? As a physiotherapist I often...

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Covid-19/Coronavirus update

 

We Are Open and Here to Help! 

Group rehabilitation / pilates classes have started again!

With the Covid-19 / Coronavirus pandemic the world is facing an uncertain and challenging time. As your healthcare partner, we understand and share the concern and anxiety you may feel about the Covid-19 virus in Bunbury, WA, Australia and globally.

Luckily WA has done extremely well and restrictions are slowly being eased. We have been able to restart our exercise classes, with stringent cleaning and disinfection procedures in place to mitigate any infection risk and ensure your health and wellbeing. 

We all have to remain dilligent and would like to remind everyone that the following precautions are still applicable:

If you show any signs of illness, such as fever, cough, sore throat or shortness or breath please call us (08 9770 1107) before you book or attend your appointment.

All clients are required to follow our hygiene practices inside the clinic.

Clients have the option to wait in their car and be notified once the physiotherapist is available (simply phone us upon arrival).

In addition we offer Online Physiotherapy Services so you can access the same exceptional level of care as our in-clinic services from the comfort of your own home, find out more HERE

Thank you for your trust and support as we continue to keep our focus on the health and wellbeing of you and your family.

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