Articles from the Team
Common Causes Of Aches And Pains For Runners Our Physiotherapist Nathan recently attended a professional development course about the science of running injuries presented by Professor Brian Heiderscheit who is internationally regarded as a leading authority in the...
This is a guide to the initial management of any bumps, bruises or sprain. It’s important to do this acute management as this reduces pain and swelling prior to seeing your physiotherapist for assessment. This will help your physiotherapist assist you to get back to full activities as quickly as possible.
Tightness in the shoulders is often an underlying cause of head, neck and/or mid-upper back pain. Working on a computer or other device, driving and other activities most of us do on a day to day basis can be a significant cause of increased tension and pain in the neck and shoulders
Breathing is important for almost all elements of bodily function. Here are some simple ways to assess and improve your own breathing patterns.
Tips for keeping fit and mobile over winter
Help avoid injury with an exercise warm up and cool down program for everyone
Here are some tips on how you can sit better
Just in time for the holidays: A guide to better driving posture
Helpful hints from your physio to achieve a better nights sleep
Bending your neck forward to read your phone increases neck stress by up to 500%