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SquareOne Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Management is owned and operated by husband and wife team Campbell Hanson and Holly Brasher. Campbell and Holly took over what was formerly known as Bridgepoint Physiotherapy in 2007 after returning from working in the United Kingdom.
Our Bridgepoint Clinic, which has been a Mosman institution since 1994, underwent a major renovation and refit at the end of 2010 to emerge as the new SquareOne Physiotherapy clinic. The fresh new look, with a stunning interior consisting of private cubicles, sets a new standard for Physiotherapy Clinics.
At the end for 2010, Campbell and Holly proudly added the Physiotherapy clinic within “The Mosman Medical Practice” to their family. Previously named “The Mosman Practice Physiotherapy” and situated amongst the GP's at 393 Military Road they are excited to be working closely with the many excellent Dr’s within the clinic.
SquareOne Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Management are members of the following professional bodies:
SquareOne Physiotherapy and Sports Injury Management are proudly associated with the following local and national sporting organistaions:
Australia Rugby Union
Campbell is the Physiotherapist to the Australian Junior Wallabies and travels with them annually to the IRB Junior World Championships. He also provides Physiotherapy services to the Australian 7’s program.
Northern Suburbs Rugby Union
Campbell is the Head Physiotherapist at Northern Suburbs Rugby Football Club and SquareOne have been providing the Physiotherapy services to the Grade and Colt’s teams at North’s since 2009.
Balmoral Triathlon Club
Official Physiotherapy and Remedial Massage Therapy providers to members of the Balmoral Triathlon Club.
SquareOne Physiotherapists are experts in the diagnosis, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal problems.Read more
SquareOne Remedial Massage Therapists are experienced in a wide range of soft tissue therapy techniques.Read more
Clinical Pilates involves the conscious recruitment and control of muscular movements in the body.Read more
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Holly recently spoke to GQ magazine on the potential health benefits, dangers and myths surrounding cold water therapies such as ice baths, cryotherapy and more.
Whilst medical science is not supportive of the latest crazes in freezing yourself and similar the use of cold water, warm water and contrast (hot/cold) water immersion that is common among sporting teams as a recovery method. Are they helpful? Or just cruel…
Why use Ice baths (cold water immersion)?
Cold water immersion has been shown to improve performance for the second bout of exercise of the day (after the cold water) -
It really isn’t a secret that I love my job! The opportunities to expand knowledge, tackle new challenges and interact with fantastic people constantly present themselves on a daily basis. So if I get excited by the simple daily opportunities then its easy to see why last week was a big one for me! Last week was conference week!
With the AFL football season having come to an end, I reflect back on my year with the GWS Giants. I got involved with the club across the 2017 season as I was fortunate enough to be the successful applicant of the FastTrack Programme for the Physiotherapy department.
The mummy tummy has become an epidemic. And most women we see are so keen to work it off immediately. BUT - Before you do a single sit-up, you need to check you don't have abdominal separation. The condition, known as abdominal diastasis, occurs when the connective tissue that knits your abdominals together has been stretched out during pregnancy, leaving you with a gap between your abdominals.