Physical activity reduces cognitive decline

We all know that physical activity is good for our bodies, but did you know it’s also good for our brains? Numerous studies have proven the cognitive benefits of regular exercise – see the link in bio for a recent study. What will you do for your grey matter  today? Contact…

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REMINDER

It has been great to see all of our clients flock back after lockdown. Just a few reminders: 1. sign in via the app or sign in sheet at reception, 2. wear a mask, 3. continue sanitisation of hands and equipment when used 4. keep an appropriate distance between each…

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WE ARE OPEN POST LOCKDOWN!

According to the Premier of WA we are open for business Saturday 6th February. There will be some restrictions for the week beginning Monday 8th February: Mandatory wearing of face masks (except in the pool), and the usual distancing and sanitisation procedures that we have always been doing. If you…

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COVID LOCKDOWN UPDATE

Hi to all our valued patients, clients and staff. We have been informed this morning from our governing body, the Australian Physio Association, and the WA Govt via a release, that we are unable to provide face to face consultations during the lock-down. The statement is as follows: Physios in…

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Physiotherapy and Strength training

Muscles are important for every day life and overall health. In The Guardian’s article, Tristan Chai, APAM, highlights that we “need our muscles to be strong so that we don’t end up absorbing the impact of movement in the wrong places – an easy way to wind up with an…

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Why choose Physiotherapy…?

Physio, chiro, osteo or myo? All of them come highly recommended, so who do you choose to help manage your aches and pains, and what are the differences between the four? Physiotherapists are well equipped to implement an active management plan for your aches and pains. To get you back…

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