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16 SEP

Here is a few questions that patients have asked and I think are worth sharing, because we're asked these a lot!... Continue Reading

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07 AUG

Having a solid hamstring prehab program is GOLD in avoiding time on the side line!... Continue Reading

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07 AUG

Every thought that hammy will just get better? Well here is why it won't be 100% again!... Continue Reading

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01 AUG

A look at what is happening with ongoing hamstring pain and tendinopathy... Continue Reading

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01 AUG

Camping: The Nutritional Facts

On Wednesday, 1st of August    Tag: Cramp,

What roll does nutrition, sweat and fluids play in cramp. ... Continue Reading

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13 JUL

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11 JUL

The sweet low down on diabetes

On Wednesday, 11th of July    Tag: diabetes, food, health,

Check out some info on all types of diabetes and what you can do to reduce the risk!!... Continue Reading

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20 JUN

Winter hits and so does arthritic pain!

On Wednesday, 20th of June    Tag: Osteoarthritis, arthritis, pain,

Check out 3 reasons and awesome tips to help arthritis!... Continue Reading

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23 MAY

Starting Healthy Habits At The Grocery Store

On Wednesday, 23rd of May    Tag: ,

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09 MAY

No rest for Low Back Pain!

On Wednesday, 9th of May    Tag: LBP, Rest for pain,

Is rest the best? Or is there something better?... Continue Reading

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09 MAY

Find out what your eating influences a sore back!... Continue Reading

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09 MAY

Low Back Pain Mistakes!

On Wednesday, 9th of May    Tag: LBP,

what not to do when suffering low back pain... Continue Reading

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09 MAY

Strength Train to dodge back pain

On Wednesday, 9th of May    Tag: LBP, Strength Training,

Chris Hunt our Exercise physiologist explains back pain and strength training to improve pain and low back health.... Continue Reading

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24 APR

Resting metabolic rate is a test an accredited practicing dietitian can use to understand how many calories you require at rest and with simple everyday activies.... Continue Reading

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18 APR

Why a short term fix to weight gain is not the answer for weight loss!... Continue Reading

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13 APR

Find out why exercise as we age should be a top priority in your life!... Continue Reading

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25 MAR

Would a nutrition tune up improve your sports performance? Find out here!... Continue Reading

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14 MAR

Liquids can be a source of high calories, be aware!... Continue Reading

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15 MAY

Food is fuel

On Monday, 15th of May    Tag: eat well, exercise right, food,

Fuel your body correctly with exercise, here is a few options to consider... Continue Reading

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08 FEB

Our resident Exercise Physiologist Explains blood pressure and factors to manage it!... Continue Reading

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19 JUL

Rotator cuff related shoulder pain is a broad term for pain generated from structures and tissues in the shoulder, read our insight into cuff related pain. ... Continue Reading

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19 JUL

Thoracic spine pain is common, your daily posture may be an influence. Read why!... Continue Reading

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06 JUL

Why you need a trained and experienced therapist in dealing with groin related pain and injury.... Continue Reading

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08 JUN

When the physio becomes the patient – what I learnt post ACL reconstruction and meniscal repair. ... Continue Reading

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08 JUN

Part 2: RICE is not just for dinner

On Wednesday, 8th of June    Tag: ACL Reconstruction, Pain, RICE,

When the physio becomes the patient – what I learnt post ACL reconstruction and meniscal repair. ... Continue Reading

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12 MAY

A look into the drugs used post op ACL reconstruction and its effect on the physio. Now i know!... Continue Reading

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12 NOV

An interesting thought on exercise, human movement and your trusty daily driver.... Continue Reading

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03 JUN

The first blog generated some useful discussion and some interesting perceptions on what i wrote. So here are my thoughts on it.... Continue Reading

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28 APR

Everyone has heard of R-rest, I-ice, C-compression, E-elevation post injury. But what is the D for?... Continue Reading

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14 APR

This is something I see a fair bit in cross fitters, powerlifters and gym enthusiasts that I thought i would share to help others out... Continue Reading

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03 MAR

Here is an insight how we ready you for the winter sporting season ahead... Continue Reading

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20 FEB

Check out my thoughts on a new plague that is affecting health and fitness. ... Continue Reading

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30 JAN

The spine is designed to move, here are some reasons why core training with the unskilled is causing issues... Continue Reading

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27 JAN

An uncomfortable issue that physio can help with and make life that bit easier... Continue Reading

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24 OCT

Here is some informative information for tendinopathy sufferers... Continue Reading

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28 SEP

Ill explain the concept of what happens for an injury to lead to ongoing problems and a pain sensitive tissue... Continue Reading

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16 SEP

There are many reasons for shoulder pain and pathology. When treating the shoulder we are better then a theraband and more specific to your needs... Continue Reading

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15 SEP

Why is it improtant for mobility, strength and corrective exercise for fighters!... Continue Reading

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27 AUG

Is it a potential for problems in the lower limb?... Continue Reading

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29 JUL

MMA hand wrap

On Tuesday, 29th of July    Tag: MMA, MMA hand wrap, Mixed Martial Arts,

There is so many variations in wrapping hands! But is there a more effective technique? Fighting Fit Physio thinks so!... Continue Reading

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26 JUN

Many physio's treat a symptom eg pain, but is instant pain relief going to last long term?... Continue Reading

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01 MAY

Quick fixes are like a band aid on a deep gash, they might hold out for a while but eventually they will let go and your left with the same problem. Read about why to avoid the quick fix and find a solution with Fighting Fit Physiotherapy... Continue Reading

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01 APR

Have a read of why high intensity aerobic and a single isometric contraction can reduce pain!... Continue Reading

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25 MAR

Cant make it during work hours? We are open late nights and saturdays... Continue Reading

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20 MAR

Read why building a house is like fixing an injury!... Continue Reading

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04 FEB

What is Physiotherapy??

On Tuesday, 4th of February    Tag: Injury, Physiotherapy, What is physiotherapy?,

Initially i was shocked, but i think many probably dont really understand what my profession is about! Here I answer it.... Continue Reading

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30 JAN

Over reaching and over training are common in MMA preparation. Read why periodisation planning is important in a fight prep!... Continue Reading

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28 JAN

In spate of recent revealations in the exercise industry, here are a few comments on why choosing a qualified health and fitness professional is so important.... Continue Reading

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01 JAN

What is a CDM Plan for Physiotherapy, What are the requirements to access Physiotherapy under the Medicare Scheme? Here are your answers!... Continue Reading

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30 DEC

Headache is a common debilitating condition and physiotherapy can help improve pain, function and quality of life... Continue Reading

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27 NOV

Successful movement is challenged when there is excessive or limited motion at a particular joint or plane of motion... Continue Reading

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27 NOV

Study shows more people are using emergency care for back pain than seeing a Physiotherapist.... Continue Reading