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Tag: physio

Low muscle tone in children

                    Tips for identifying and managing low muscle tone Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist Low muscle tone is a condition we commonly see in our physio clinic due to the large number of children walking through the door. Low muscle tone is a condition where there is […]

Get fit for the slopes!

                      Skiing and snowboarding preparation tips Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist The Australian Ski season is calling you but are you fit for skiing or snowboarding? While snowboarding and skiing are different sports, they both require loads of strength in legs, abdominals, back and glute (butt) […]

Dry needling

  Dry needling: What is all the fuss about?   Arianne Romeo – Physiotherapist Dry Needling is definitely growing in popularity with physios as a means to relieve pain and other symptoms.  More and more clients are being advised by friends and family to see their Physiotherapist about Dry Needling, but what is it? It […]

Hypermobility syndrome

September 7, 2017
Blog, Blog Sport: General Injuries

Hypermobility syndrome Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist Hypermobility syndrome is a condition that causes joints to be easily moved beyond normal range for a joint. It tends to be an inherited condition and often results in pain in areas like the knees, fingers, hips and elbows.  It is thought that the genes responsible for the production […]

Knee pain

August 24, 2017

Knee pain: Common causes and treatments Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist Your knees are used in almost every activity you do during a work or school day. Arthritis is one of the major causes of knee pain. It is not just a condition of the elderly and can impact a lot of very young people. There […]