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March 30, 2020

It is more important now than ever to keep on top of your health. During these circumstances where there is a lot of uncertainty, we can say for sure that health remains a top priority. We are all faced with various challenges which make keeping active difficult, such...

July 7, 2019


Regular exercise, in combination with a healthy lifestyle, is the best way to keep all parts of the musculoskeletal system strong and healthy.

Exercise, which is a subcategory of physical activity, increases energy expenditure and improves...

May 29, 2018

The first of a two part series on low back pain - the most common cause of disability in the world.

December 10, 2017

You may have heard of frozen shoulder– but it is often a misunderstood condition. Frozen shoulder tends to arise quite spontaneously, and patients often ask ‘what causes it’ and ‘what can I do about it’. The answer however isn’t exactly black and white.

What is frozen s...

September 28, 2015

Get excited about preparing your body for activity this summer!

As winter winds down and that first hint of warm weather hits, many of us have the same reaction. The reality of realising it’s time to ditch the layers and see what’s happened to our bodies in the last few...

September 1, 2015


In Physiotherapy practice and in general life I often get asked if one shoud stretch before or after exercise, or both.


Many people stretch when they exercise or play sport. Others don’t stretch but feel they should. And some people don’t see any reason to stretch at...

August 17, 2015


I often get creaky knees particularly when bending my knees such as in squatting and climbing stairs. Is this normal and reversible?


What is Crepitus:

Crepitus is the medical term used to describe a grinding, crackling or grating sensation or sound. It can be likened t...

July 14, 2015

What is core stability? It is a question I get asked often in the clinic, and not an easy one to answer quickly.

Core stability describes the ability to control the position and movement of the central portion of the body. Core stability training targets the muscles...

July 14, 2015

This is a question that I get asked lots by patients after they have had recent surgery, particularly hip and knee surgery. There is, unfortunately, no simple answer to the question as every case should be considered on an individual basis. A good resource is the austr...

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