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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Physiotherapy can help you prepare for pregnancy

Physical activity has substantial benefits for women with uncomplicated pregnancies, minimal risks and is recommended in pregnancy guidelines. Prepare for your pregnancy and seek advice from a physiotherapist that specialises in women’s health. Read more: https://choose.physio/your…/motherhood/pre-and-post-natal We can provide you with the programs and inspiration to get you moving.  Call our…

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Reducing screen time

Sitting down for long periods has a big impact on our health and is associated with an increased risk of various diseases. It is all about finding practical ways to get moving! Lacking inspiration? Try some fitness videos, dance to music on while you do the housework, try out a new…

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Lung Cancer awareness month

#DidYouKnow in Australia, more than 13,250 people will be diagnosed with lung cancer this year and devastatingly most won’t survive more than 5 years? Research offers hope, whether for a cure or for an improvement in quality of life. Check out Lung Foundation Australia‘s post below and keep an eye…

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Physiotherapy can help with your headaches

You should also consult your GP if the headaches are ongoing or associated with dizziness, disorientation, difficulty speaking, swallowing, falls, nausea, numbness or nystagmus (where the eyes move rapidly and uncontrollably). We can provide you with the programs and inspiration to get you moving.  Call our friendly reception staff on…

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Exercise helps with dementia and cognitive impairment

Professor Mark Elkins, APAM, chats with Professor Marco Pang, from the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences at the Hong Kong Polytechnic University, about the value of exercise in improving the lives of people with cognitive impairment and dementia. Marco shares important findings from the systematic review published in Journal of Physiotherapy,…

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