The Anatomy of the Shoulder

We ask a lot of our shoulder joints. We need it to lift, carry or swing or throw whatever we choose. And we need it to be incredibly strong to support our body weight in an exercise like a push-up…

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The Anatomy of the Shoulder

Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy (ankle pain) – what is it, and how can you fix it?!

It’s a hell of a name – Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy but in essence, it’s typically a long-term pain on the inside of the ankle bones or the foot and can occur from either overuse, or an acute injury. It is…

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Tibialis Posterior Tendinopathy (ankle pain) – what is it, and how can you fix it?!

Sit to stand desks

Sit to stand desks have become increasingly popular in the last few years. Many workplaces (and even schools) are moving towards them. They have been shown to not only help with chronic back pain, but to also improve productivity and…

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Sit to stand desks

ACL ruptures – an exploration of your options!

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury is an incredibly common one through many of our much-loved Australian sports. AFL, soccer, basketball, netball and field hockey are just some of the common sports that can result in ACL rupture. But after…

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ACL ruptures – an exploration of your options!

Whiplash explained

Whiplash is a type of acute neck injury most commonly caused by high-speed impact from behind to the back or neck. This results in a rapid back and forth movement in the head and neck, which can damage muscles, ligaments,…

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Whiplash explained