Basic Stretches At Home

Basic Stretches At Home

In this season in particular, it’s important to adapt to maintain health and minimise pain. Here are a few basic stretches for prime areas of pain when spending significant time on the computer: Shoulder Roll: Stand with your arms down at your side Roll your...
The Dangers of Social Media

The Dangers of Social Media

Physiotherapists have been seeing an increased number of hip and back injuries in teenage dancers as they try and achieve greater flexibility to maximise their ability to achieve their dance goals. According to physiotherapist Debra Crookshanks, an International...
Working From Home

Working From Home

You may have thought we’d be back in the office by now- however for many of us, it’s looking like the home office will remain our work office for the months to come. With this in mind, we need to ensure we have an appropriate ergonomic setup to minimise...
Cool Downs

Cool Downs

What do you do for the most effective cool-down after exercise? There are two types of cool-downs: Active and Passive. Active cool-downs are an extra few minutes of low-moderate intensity exercise. Passive cool-downs utilise aids such as ice packs or simply resting. A...
Happy Feet

Happy Feet

Many of us take our feet for granted, until of course, they start hurting. You don’t have to be a runner to experience sore feet- maybe you are just on your feet all day, or maybe you work in an office and experience swollen feet. Whoever you are, whatever you do,...
Can A Physio Help Your Jaw Pain?

Can A Physio Help Your Jaw Pain?

Is your jaw locking? Painful? Is it stopping you from eating your favourite food? You may have Temporomandibular or TMJ Dysfunction, and yes, physiotherapy can help correct this common problem! It’s as simple as correcting any postural alignment problems,...