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Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome

Are you having trouble running as far as you used to because of some annoying knee pain? Or, maybe it’s stopping you from squatting as low as you would like? If you experience pain around the front of your kneecap (patella), especially when exercising… you may suffer from what we call ‘Patella Femoral Pain Syndrome’ […]

Tennis Elbow Explained

Do you have a really annoying pain in your elbow that just won’t go away? Does it flare up when you’re at the gym, carrying something, or just using your hands in general? As a chiropractor, I help many patients suffering from similar symptoms. You may be suffering from lateral epicondylitis, or more commonly known […]

Don’t walk, run! (Without injury)

This is your safety guide to putting one foot in front of the other whether you’re a weekend warrior, training for a marathon or just jogging for lunchtime fitness. Did you know? 65% of runners experience an annual injury (1). It reaches 90% for those that are training for a marathon (2). But, what do […]

Out of the Woods Injury Prevention Month

Who likes getting injured? The answer is no one. Whether you play sport or not, injuries hold you back from being the best version of yourself, achieving your goals and fulfilling your potential. So, what if I were to tell you that many injuries can be prevented and even those ‘bad luck’ injuries will likely […]

Injury Prevention and Performance Enhancement for Surfers

As a Chiropractor working on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, a large array of my patients are surfers or are closely tied to someone who does surf. Whether this be the more regular grommets, to the weekend warriors that still like to have a crack. Most people are happy to run down to the beach, put their […]

There Is No Such Thing as a Bad Exercise!

With a background in Exercise Physiology, Personal Training, and currently a practising Physiotherapist, it is fair to say that exercise and exercise prescription form a large part of my treatments. With that said, the common questions I am asked involve: “Is shoulder pressing bad for your shoulders?” “Are squats bad for your knees?” “Are deadlifts […]

Returning to Exercise and Sport After Giving Birth

Kelly Jameson is a Physiotherapist on Sydney’s Northern Beaches, and has written this informative guest article on how to know when it’s safe to return to exercise or sport after giving birth.  Returning to exercise after giving birth is often a priority for women, and here on the Northern Beaches of Sydney that is no […]

Shin Splints: What are They and What can We do for Them?

Shin splints, otherwise known as Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome (MTSS) are one of the most common lower limb overuse injuries. It is most common in people that participate in recurrent high impact exercises such as running. Generally, signs and symptoms include pain and tenderness around the front and inside part of the shin. The pain […]

What You Need to Know About Abdominal Separation

Physiotherapist Kelly Vine shares her wealth of knowledge on Abdominal Separation, how to prevent it and how to reverse the effects. Abdominal Separation. What causes it? How can I help myself? Can I prevent it? How do I get rid of it? These are all common concerns and I hope to be able to answer some […]

Ask a physio: Is it OK for my teenager to go to the gym?

Ask a physio: Is it OK for my teenager to go to the gym? Short answer – yes, absolutely! If anything, resistance training at the gym would likely be of benefit to teenagers, particularly to improve their sporting performance and reduce the risk of injury. Weight training has previously been avoided mainly due to the […]

Here’s to a better 2019 – fewer things, more adventure

Happy new year! January is often seen as an exciting time. New beginnings, fresh start, clearer head space, a time to set new goals and the energy and excitement of what lies ahead. It’s also a time many people choose to do a detox or participate in dry January (no alcohol) as a way to […]

Why do I still need Physiotherapy ?

‘I’m feeling so much better so why do I still need physiotherapy?’ A great question and I can understand why there is often some uncertainty around physiotherapy continuing despite a feeling that symptoms have resolved. The reason is so that we can make sure we don’t get injured again! Usually we get injured due to […]

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