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1 Hour Assessment +Treatment +Postural Screen

Get Your 1 Hour Assessment + Treatment + Postural Screen Valued at $304 For $101.   The end of the year is coming, and with that, so is the end of your private health insurance benefits for the year! As a valued patient of Physio Professionals, we would like to help you to get the […]

Consequences of Poor Posture

Do you have poor posture?     There are many factors that can contribute to having poor posture. It is important to have correct posture as the consequences can severely affect your quality of life. These consequences can include; Back and Neck Pain Poor posture can put strain on your neck and back. This can cause […]

Gap Free Initial Physio Appointment

Gap Free Initial Physio Ph: 5438 9111 Did you know that over 70% of our patients see us for Neck, Shoulder or Back Pain. The unfortunate thing is that in most cases it is avoidable. Just like your car your body also needs regular check-ups to avoid a break down. Unlike your car you can’t trade your body […]

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome

What is TOS? Thoracic outlet syndrome is a group of disorders that occur when the blood vessels or nerves in the space between the clavicle and the first rib (thoracic outlet) become compressed. This can cause pain in the shoulders and neck, and numbness in the fingers. Symptoms Symptoms vary depending on which nerve is […]

Shoulder Impingement

Shoulder Impingement Shoulder impingement is one of the most common conditions of the shoulder. It is a process by which poor posture or repetitive overload causes pinching or ‘impingement’ of structures between the two bones which make up the shoulder complex. It is often the supraspinatus tendon +/- the subacromial bursa that become impinged between […]

Are you pregnant or have you just given birth?

Many women who are pregnant or have recently welcomed their new addition into the world are unsure about how to return to exercise. A lot of women have been told by friends or doctors that they should do their pelvic floor exercises but are unsure how to do these exercises. The continence foundation of Australia […]

Are you a Dancer or Gymnast?

Did you know Pilates began in the 1900’s and was readily adopted by Ballerinas because the original Pilates gym was located in the New York City Ballet studios. The strength patterns of Pilates movements are similar to those required in dancing and gymnastics. Pilates can improve dancer’s and gymnast’s strength, endurance and performance. But better […]

January Newsletter – Common Running Injuries

Common Running Injuries The majority of running injuries tend to be due to overuse and generally involve the lower limb, so this overview will focus on the most common of these injuries. Running is certainly experiencing another “boom” currently, with the popularity of running increasing again so we might anticipate a relatice increase in related […]

What is a Stress Fracture?

Ever wondered what a stress fracture is? And what are “shin spints”? Or have you ever wondered how to tell the difference between a stress fracture and a simple muscle strain/tendinopathy? Read on to learn more….   What is a stress fracture? A stress fracture is an incomplete crack in a bone that develops in […]

Keep Your Body Moving This “Movember”

Movember The best way to ensure Physical and mental health is to be active. “Research says that if you have prostate cancer, you can actually extend your life expectancy by up to 60% by exercising. Ways to get moving, little moves can make a big difference when it comes to your body and mind’s health. […]