5 things to know before using Vibram five fingers shoes

Vibram Five Fingers are probably the closest thing you can get to running barefoot due to the unique way the toes are separated which allow for freedom of the toes to move independently. They are more like a second skin, just giving the foot some extra protection but not interfering with the natural mechanics of […]

Sara Andriejunas

By Sara Andriejunas

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My 5 top tips for starting the Physie season right

2020 was a strange year for everybody no doubt and many things including Physie classes and attending the gym were put on hold indefinitely. This meant rehearsing from home became the new norm and then unfortunately for some, State (and of course Nationals) competitions didn’t even happen due to COVID. This was a perfect storm […]

Sara Andriejunas

By Sara Andriejunas

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Why icing an injury might not be the best thing anymore for recovery

The term R.I.C.E is widely known when dealing with sporting injuries. It’s usually taught in school P.E class and then is carried on throughout life without a second guess. Even most GP’s are still using this acronym when giving advice to people who may come into their clinic with sprains and strains. But if you […]

Sara Andriejunas

By Sara Andriejunas

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Pregnant Australians should have a right to receive care too!

The Australian Physiotherapy Association is rallying the government to fight for the right for women to access care from women’s health physiotherapist to follow the UK guidelines of care for pregnant women. This can reduce the incidence of issues like pain, prolapse and incontinence.   Currently, in Australia, not all Australians have access to physiotherapy […]

Bobo Li

By Bobo Li

Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)

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Preseason for Winter Sports

For many, the term ‘pre-season’ causes flashbacks and feelings of anxiety and terror. Knowing that it’s time to whip ourselves back into shape for the season ahead with weeks of high intensity and high volume training is enough to make us massage our sore muscles and head to the medicine cabinet before we’ve even laced up […]

By Josh Robinson

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