7 TIPS to help you return to sports safely
7 TIPS to help you return to sports safely
January5, 2021

7 Tips to returning to sport post COVID lockdown to avoid injury As Melbourne and the rest of Victoria slowly return back to some form of normality (albeit ‘COVID normal’ for now) we will see the return of community sport. If you’re 18 or under you may be already be enjoying such ‘pre-COVID-19’ activities! Unfortunately, previously with the commencement of sport/athletes returning to training and games after time-off (e.g. due to injury or holidays) we...

8 Tips to manage your painful shoulder
8 Tips to manage your painful shoulder
July23, 2020

      Eight educated tips to keep you Frozen Shoulder FREE 1. Know WHAT it is You may have heard Frozen Shoulder being termed ‘adhesive capsulitis’ in the medical world. To understand the condition a little more think of the shoulder joint as a ball and socket, that is surrounded by a capsule like structure. The condition arises when strong connective tissue surrounding the shoulder joint (the capsule), becomes thick, stiff and inflamed. The...

6 Steps to a Healthier Lifestyle
6 Steps to a Healthier Lifestyle
December5, 2018

Have you ever wondered how to insert more opportunities for exercises during your daily busy working life? We have some tips for you to take a break from sitting down and get your booty moving. Grab any opportunity to speak to your colleague face to face rather than sending an email to them. If your work place permits, ask for an adjustable table that goes up and down. Park your car further away from your...

Aquatic Physiotherapy a.k.a Hydrotherapy- What can it do for me?
Aquatic Physiotherapy a.k.a Hydrotherapy- What can it do for me?
June15, 2015

Aquatherapy (Water-based exercise therapy) has been around for centuries and it is an excellent form of therapy for you to recover from an injury and to get fitter. Exercise is preventative medical maintenance that can begin paying off immediately. Aquatherapy utilises the principles of hydrostatics and hydrodynamics to create challenges that promote health through exercising in water. Hydrotherapy is usually conducted in water of temperature 35°C-37°C. The benefits of aquatic exercise are thought to result...