Can Pilates Reduce Chronic Low Back Pain?

Can Pilates Reduce Chronic Low Back Pain?

Low back pain is a major problem worldwide, affecting 80% of people at some point in their lives (Yamato et al 2015). Approximately 16% of Australians have chronic or reoccurring low back problems and it is the third largest cause of disease in Australia (Australian...

read more
Do Compression Garments Work?

Do Compression Garments Work?

  Summary of evidence: – There is moderate evidence that wearing compression garments reduces muscle soreness and accelerates recovery of strength & power within a few days of performance. – There is limited evidence that wearing compression...

read more
Join our team.

Join our team.

Physiotherapist Required Part time/casual: 5-10 hours per week, looking toward a full-time role. Noarlunga, ADELAIDE, SA A private Physiotherapy practice located in beautiful Noarlunga in Adelaide’s southern suburbs, looking for a motivated, hands on new...

read more
10 Awesome Reasons to See a Nutritionist

10 Awesome Reasons to See a Nutritionist

facebook Follow Google+ Follow Instagram Follow 10 Awesome Reasons to See a Nutritionist. By Bernadette Noonan. You get an individual program designed just for you! No fad diets. No generic food plans. Your program is based on your goals, likes, dislikes, allergies,...

read more

Running Economy

facebook Follow Google+ Follow Instagram Follow Running Economy… is there such thing as an ‘economical running technique’? By Courtney Gum BAppSc (Physiotherapy) This article is a summary of an article written by Isabel Moore (https://twitter.com/IzzyMoorePhD) a...

read more

What is Cupping and Why You Should Try It.

facebook Follow Google+ Follow Instagram Follow What is Cupping and Why You Should Try It. By Bernadette Noonan. You’ve probably seen the photos in the magazines. You know, the ones where the celeb’ looks like they’ve been in a tussle with a large octopus! The culprit...

read more

What a pain in the…

facebook Follow By Meredith Woolsey, Exercise Physiologist. What a Pain In The… So as I am sitting here writing this article, I find myself adjusting in my seat. Wriggling, stretching, bending, sighing, shuffling, twisting and tweaking my body to try and ward...

read more