Tag Archives: pelvic pain
Musculoskeletal therapy open on Saturdays
Tue,Jan 24, 2017 at 08:51PM by Michael Schwarer
Musculoskeletal therapy now open Saturday We now have musculoskeletal therapy available on Saturday mornings at our Annerley clinic at 16 Ekibin Rd. So if it’s urgent or you can’t make it for musculoskeletal therapy treatment during the week then come in for musculoskeletal therapy on a Saturday. Musculoskeletal therapist available on Saturday can treat a range of issues Musculoskeletal therapists can help people suffering from issues such tightness and pain in…..
Remedial massage open Saturday
Tue,Jan 17, 2017 at 08:59PM by Michael Schwarer
Remedial massage now open Saturday We now have remedial massage available on Saturday mornings at our Annerley clinic at 16 Ekibin Rd. So if it’s urgent or you can’t make it for remedial massage treatment during the week then come in for remedial massage on a Saturday. Remedial massage available on Saturday can treat a range of issues Remedial massage therapists can help people suffering from issues…..
Myotherapy open Saturday
Tue,Jan 10, 2017 at 08:51PM by Michael Schwarer
Myotherapy now open Saturday We now have myotherapy available on Saturday mornings at our Annerley clinic at 16 Ekibin Rd. So if it’s urgent or you can’t make it for myotherapy treatment during the week then come in for myotherapy on a Saturday. Myotherapist available on Saturday can treat a range of issues Myotherapists can help people suffering from issues such tightness and pain in the head, back, and neck……
Osteopathy open Saturday
Mon,Aug 15, 2016 at 01:43PM by Michael Schwarer
Osteopathy now open Saturday We now have osteopathy available every second Saturday morning at our Chelmer clinic. So if it’s urgent or you can’t make it for osteopathy treatment during the week then come in for osteopathy on a Saturday. Osteopath available on Saturday can treat a range of issues Our experienced osteopaths can treat females and males of all ages and fitness levels. They can help…..
Physiotherapy open Saturday
Sun,Feb 14, 2016 at 06:00AM by Michael Schwarer
Physiotherapy open Saturday We now have physiotherapy available on Saturdays at our West End and Chelmer clinics. So if it’s urgent or you can’t make it for physiotherapy treatment during the week then come in for physiotherapy open Saturday. Physiotherapy open Saturday for sports people // Taping and strapping – if you’re nursing an injury…..
Labral tears and hip pain
Fri,Feb 12, 2016 at 05:15PM by Carla Mullins
Labral tears and hip pain Labral tears are a common cause of hip pain and associated dysfunction. When we walk, run and move our femurs (thigh bones) move in and around the hip as if there was a mortar in a pestle. The precision of the rhythm is essential in order to minimise injury and…..
Kegel exercises and pelvic floor exercises to keep your pelvic floor healthy
Tue,Jun 02, 2015 at 03:16PM by Body Organics
Your pelvic floor and what you should know about it … When we think of core strength, what immediately comes to mind is our abdominal muscles. However, our core is much more complex. There is no standardised definition of core strength, however, the core muscles can be thought of as those that help us maintain…..
What are the benefits of doing pregnancy pilates?
Thu,Feb 05, 2015 at 03:35PM by Body Organics
Changes during pregnancy There are myriad changes that occur to the body and progress right throughout pregnancy. Many of these changes will affect the activities that a person is able to perform, as well as the exercises that they feel safe and comfortable doing. It is, however, important for women to maintain their health, strength…..
Pelvic stability exercises and tests for runners to do at home
Sat,Jan 24, 2015 at 12:53PM by Body Organics
Importance of pelvic stability for runners Increasing daily physical activity is one of the top New Year’s resolutions year after year. As a physiotherapist it is always great to see people getting more active and moving their bodies in different ways, however this is often a time when new injuries occur. Running is a complex…..
Calf muscle tears from a pilates perspective
Sun,Dec 07, 2014 at 09:25PM by Carla Mullins
Calf muscle tears from a pilates perspective: Treatment and exercise to promote healing Now that it’s summer many people head outdoors to enjoy activities such as running, cycling and tennis to name a few. Spring and early summer are also the time of year that we start to see injuries like a torn muscles in…..
Franklin Ball exercise for feet
Tue,Oct 07, 2014 at 05:48PM by Carla Mullins
Purpose The purpose of this Franklin Ball exercise is to give a gentle joint rlease through the back foot, mid foot and front foot as well as to improve your range of movement. It is a nice sensory awakening of the foot and its proprioceptors (sensory receptors that receive stimuli in your body). Exercise 1……