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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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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Coke versus Pepsi, Mac versus PC, Sydney versus Melbourne. We face choices wherever we go, and the health industry is no exception. It started when I was at University, and has continued throughout my career. The inevitable question: What is the difference between a Physiotherapist, an Osteopath and a Chiropractor? To give full disclosure, I…

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The café office…the backpack laptop…the beachfront deadline…Being a digital nomad certainly has it’s perks. The lifestyle choice to abandon a permanent work location in favor of a geographically liberated mobile workstation is rapidly gaining popularity.   Despite the freedom, however, being a digital nomad is not without it’s challenges. As a physio, the one that…

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Life as a digital nomad is a dream lifestyle built on freedom and flexibility, but we all know it’s not always beer and skittles. Long hours spent hunched over a laptop or folded into a plane seat can be challenging for your body. Fitness routines can be hard to set when you travel. As a…

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