New year, new you – right? We do it every year, New Year’s resolutions, and more often then not forget about it by now. Not this year! Join me in being S.M.A.R.T about your New Year’s fitness resolution.   SPECIFIC My goal is to increase my core strength and reduce my abdominal separation (thanks to…

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A growing percentage of Australians are finding themselves living between hotels or city apartments and their family home due to work commitments. This lifestyle makes it very difficult to commit to a fitness regime especially if you enjoy classes such as Pilates. If you’re reading this article I’m guessing you fall into this category. Have…

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If you work from a laptop and travel a lot, it is important to back away from the screen and suck in some fresh air at times.   Hiking can be an awesome way to do this.   As a Physiotherapist and digital nomad myself, I have found hiking to be a great way to experience…

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Have you noticed that there are no testimonials on our Physiotherapy service website? This is not an accident. These days, part of our normal buying process can involve checking the feedback and ratings that other people have given for a product or service that we are considering purchasing. It seems natural, therefore, that you would…

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  I am currently in China visiting my husband Dan, who is working in Shanghai for a while. Naturally I am doing some work on the laptop while I am here, so I thought I would share with you some of my ‘must pack’ items that I travel with. These items help me to work…

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Fitness trends come and go, and it can be hard to work out which ones are going to stick and which ones aren’t. It seems that everyone in the health and fitness world is spruiking foam roller exercises at the moment, so I am going to give you a Physiotherapist’s take on the phenomenon.  …

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You would think it would be simple: Ask a physio why your knee hurts and get the answer.   But the reality is not that simple. In a Physio consultation, what usually follows your initial question is a barrage of questions that the Physio fires back at you. Like any good Detective, we need many…

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Are you feeling tight and sore in your muscles?   It could be knots in the tops of the shoulders, a tightness in the lower back or a nagging ache in your calves. Perhaps it’s an uncomfortable feeling between your shoulder blades, or sore hamstrings from that run you did on the weekend.   You…

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Are you wondering how physiotherapy consultations are performed online? Are you curious to see if they could work for your injury?   In 2008 I moved to East Timor, a developing nation near Indonesia. I moved there for love, and I had to keep myself busy while my boyfriend (now husband) worked with the Australian…

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