Understanding your abdominals is an important first step in your rehab process.
The abdominal wall is a complex system of... Read More
The 4 biggest questions answered on back pain
80% of adults experience low back pain at some point in their lifetime. It is... Read More
Did you know you can run pain-free!
It can happen to an ancient Greek warrior, a world class athlete or you the... Read More
How to complete an effective dance warm-up
A warm-up should be more than plies… A warm-up should prepare the dancer both... Read More
With summer on the way and the explosion of the number of open water swimming events to choose from – we are more often... Read More
A Women’s Health Physiotherapist can assess you individually and tailor an exercise program to address any particular... Read More
International guidelines all concur with the view that walking, jogging, cycling and swimming (at moderate intensity),... Read More
It is no surprise that Back pain is the most common injury experienced by tradies, as it is the part of the body involved... Read More
Starting to dance en pointe is a rite of passage for any aspiring ballerina and a very exciting time in a dancer’s early... Read More
Why Stretch Yourself?
Your body has over 600 muscles, and they vary in shape, size, and function. What is common to all... Read More
Considered ‘The Grandfather of Trail Races’, this year it took place on June 29-30.
The Western States 100-Mile... Read More
Have you ever run downhill and wondered why your knees hurt? Do you constantly find yourself stretching your tight hip... Read More
Chronic pain is a term health care professionals use which refers to any pain that extends beyond the expected healing time.... Read More
Returning to netball after injury, kids or an extended break.
From the time I was 6 years old, I spent all day and night... Read More
Jenny has a degree in Sports & Exercise Science and a Masters in Physiotherapy and gained both of these qualifications... Read More