• 01 AUG 17
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    Physio-4 Therapies for Gardening

    Physio-4 Therapies for Gardening

    If you like to garden but want to avoid common gardening injuries and sore muscles, it’s best to start and finish your day in the garden with a gentle warm up and some stretching. By following the tips below you can minimize injury, alleviate pain and get the most enjoyment out of your day in

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    • 14 JUL 17
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    Physio-4 Therapies for Neurological conditions

    Physio-4 Therapies for Neurological conditions

    Neurological diseases affect the brain, spinal cord and nerves throughout the body and this can lead to difficulty in moving, speaking, swallowing, breathing or learning. There are more than 600 types of neurological diseases, the most frequent of which are stroke, brain and spinal cord injuries and Parkinson’s disease. Approximately 45,000 Australians have a stroke

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    • 01 JUN 17
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    Physio-4 Therapies for Pre-Natal, Post-Natal

    Physio-4 Therapies for Pre-Natal, Post-Natal

    Pregnancy and early motherhood can be hard on your body. Seek advise early on from your physiotherapist for tools to reduce pain during and after pregnancy. Exercising while pregnant will help strengthen and prepare your body for the birth. Continuing exercise after your baby is born will help ensure you are able to care for

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    • 07 MAY 17
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    Physio-4 Therapies for Hockey

    Physio-4 Therapies for Hockey

    Australian women’s Hockey team is truly inspirational and passionate about their sport. And I’m sure some you would be sad with the news that, “The Australian women’s hockey team has been knocked out of the Rio Olympics, losing 4-2 to New Zealand in the quarter-finals.” And I’m sure if you saw the match you would

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