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The low-down on Kinesiology Tape

The low-down on Kinesiology Tape

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 Have you ever wondered why your physiotherapist is making you all colourful with stretchy tape during your appointment? Read on for some answers on Kinesiology Tape!

What is kinesiology tape?
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INJURY BLOG: LATERAL ANKLE SPRAIN

INJURY BLOG: LATERAL ANKLE SPRAIN

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Are you an avid netball or basketball player? There’s a good chance you have had a lateral ankle sprain (or anterior talo-fibular ligament (ATFL) sprain) at some point! The classic …
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Movement is Medicine 

Movement is Medicine 

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Movement…it seems so simple, right? The human body is made to move, but more than 50% of adults don’t meet Australian physical activity guidelines. Whether it’s walking, swimming, pilates, yoga …
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Learn More about Hamstring Injuries

Learn More about Hamstring Injuries

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When you think hamstrings what comes to mind? Tightness? I can’t touch my toes? I tore mine and it’s never been the same? The hamstrings are important muscles that people …
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Ligament sprains in a nutshell

Ligament sprains in a nutshell

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Ligaments are bands of collagen tissue that connect bones to bones. You have approximately 900 ligaments in your body, and their main job is to stabilise a joint and provide …
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Lockdown Workouts at Home

Lockdown Workouts at Home

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Lockdown Workouts at Home are Possible!

Lockdowns around the country can make it tough to keep up your physical activity, especially strength-based workouts without a gym, and when limited with the amount of exercise outside your house per …
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What to do about a frozen shoulder!

What to do about a frozen shoulder!

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Adhesive capsulitis, more commonly known as a ‘frozen shoulder’, is a painful condition that is characterised by stiffness and a loss of motion in the shoulder. What causes frozen shoulder, …
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The Strength in Exercising and Ageing

The Strength in Exercising and Ageing

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Why do we always associate exercising and ageing with a reduction in function or ability to do things that we love to do? Exercise is an incredibly important part of …
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Physiotherapy Myths

Physiotherapy Myths

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There are a lot of myths out there about physiotherapy. Whilst some of them might give us a chuckle, others might be putting people off from getting vital treatment that …
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Metatarsal Stress Fractures

Metatarsal Stress Fractures

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Has someone inspired you to take up running, or to step up your existing exercise routine, you might have found yourself developing pain in your foot. It’s tempting to dismiss …
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