How F45 Can Help You

By Todd Bartholomew   Have you ever been exercising and either during or after you finish you notice you have hurt yourself? Working as a physiotherapist it’s our job to help our patients recover from injury. Part of this process is getting a lot of patients...

Dry Needling and Chronic Pelvic Pain

The title is enough to make you cringe, but what does the research out there show about the effectiveness of dry needling therapy for people suffering with chronic pelvic pain? First of all, a brief explanation on dry needling: Dry needling is a form of therapy that...

Physio for Chronic Pelvic Pain

Did you know that physiotherapy can effectively help you manage chronic pelvic pain? Several studies have shown that specific physiotherapy techniques can help alleviate the pain associated with: – painful bladder syndrome or interstitial cystitis –...

4 Things you MUST ask your health professional‏

Do you ever feel like you’re talking to a brick wall? I know I’ve felt this way sometimes You know the feeling. You go in to your GP or health professional, talk about your main issue, and you don’t feel like they are listening. Even I’ve had...
Sports Massage from a Physiotherapist

Sports Massage from a Physiotherapist

Keep your body performing at top notch Australians love their sport – there’s no doubt about that. Whether you’re an active participant, or an enthusiastic supporter, sports and physical activity can take a fair toll on your body if you’re not proactive. A poor...
LBL (light bladder leakage)

LBL (light bladder leakage)

Do you get light bladder leakage from time to time? How do you manage it? DID YOU KNOW: [list type=”icon-arrow”] The most common form of urinary leakage is called “stress incontinence” and it affects at least one in three ladies after having a baby....