Helpful tips from our Physio’s
about injury prevention, returning to sport after surgery, women’s health and plenty more!

Cancellation Policy

We understand that extenuating circumstances sometimes occur, and consideration will be given to these clients at the clinician’s discretion.

Gym Q&A with a Physiotherapist

Should I stretch before the gym? How do I squat without knee pain? One of our Senior Physiotherapists, Fiona answers the most common questions we receive about preparing for your next workout.

Coccyx (Tail Bone) Pain

Coccyx (tail bone) pain can be very debilitating. The pain is usually localised to the area directly over the coccyx and is most often noticed when sitting, particularly on a hard surface. Some people also experience pain with getting up after sitting, and when opening their bowels.

The Netball KNEE Program

The Netball KNEE program is an on-court warmup designed by Netball Australia to reduce the risk of ACL and other lower limb injuries occurring by enhancing movement efficiency during take-off and landing from a jump, deceleration and change of direction.

Urinary Urgency, Urinary Frequency and Overactive Bladder

There are many possible contributing factors to urinary urgency, frequency and overactive bladder. Effective management of urinary urgency, frequency and overactive bladder requires accurate identification of all factors contributing to your symptoms.

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)

Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a condition where extra bony growth occurs at the hip joint; either on the side of the femoral neck (top of the thigh bone) or at the acetabulum (hip socket) which then causes an irregularly shaped hip joint.

Physiotherapy for BPPV

BPPV stands for ‘Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo’ and is a type of dizziness commonly experienced by adults during movements of the head. Patients often describe it as a ‘room spinning’ dizziness as it feels like the room is spinning around them.

Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is the joint between your jaw bone and your skull and is involved in all movements of the jaw. Sometimes, this joint doesn’t function well, causing temporomandibular dysfunction (TMD).


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