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Cycling Pain Free

Kylie recently caught up with Trish Wisbey-Roth (Specialist Physiotherapist) who has spent time working with the Australian Olympic Cycling Team.  Here we share some of the common problems and key tips to cycle pain free.

Cyclists spend many hours in the same position while pushin...

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Jaw Pain / TMD

Temporomandibular Dysfunction / Jaw pain

Temporomandibular dysfunction refers to pain or problems with the jaw and surrounding muscles of the face. Dysfunction in this area can affect many simple daily tasks such as speech and eating. Commonly TMD is referred to as TMJ which means the  j...

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Dry Needling? Sounds like some kind of magic to me…

Physiotherapists like us aren’t just playing around with needles for the fun of it. It turns out, there’s actually a little bit of science to this “magical” treatment we commonly use!

Dry needling can be applied in multiple different ways, the two most common techniques are...

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Getting an injection for your Subacromial Bursitis? Rotor Cuff? What now!!??? STOP! Take a minute!

Getting an injection for your Subacromial – whatnow!!??? STOP! Take a minute!

The most common cause of shoulder pain in the general population can be attributed to a condition known as subacromial impingement 1,2. There are many pathologies that contribute to subacromial impingem...

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Huffing and Puffing – the serious side of COPD

What is COPD?

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is a long-term disease of the lungs which causes shortness of breath. In Australia, despite falling death rates, COPD is still a leading cause of death and disease burden after heart disease, stroke and cancer.

Most of the t...

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