May is Pelvic Pain Awareness Month

Pelvic Pain is often caused by one or a multiple combination of systems of your body such as your digestive system, your musculoskeletal system and your reproductive system. Often when one system has been not working right, it can spread to other systems too and cause dysfunction or inflammation in surrounding systems. Chronic pelvic pain […]

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By Bobo Li

Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)

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How you run can affect your pelvic floor

Where your foot lands can make a big impact on your pelvic floor when you run. If your foot lands horizontally further away from the centre of gravity which typically is under your hips, then there is more ground reaction force going up to your pelvic floor which can cause you to leak or increase […]

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Exercise and Cancer

Cancer Cancer describes a disease in which abnormal cells multiply and divide without control. Cells in the body form tissue and organs that typically aid in growth and healing in the body. However, during cancer, cell death and replacement do not occur normally allowing tumours to grow in once healthy tissue, or for some cancers, […]

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By Kristy Norvall

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What is an Exercise Physiologist?

What is an Exercise Physiologist? Accredited exercise physiologists specialise in exercise and movement for people with acute or chronic medical conditions, injuries or disabilities. Exercise physiologists will develop exercise-based interventions with the aim of managing or restoring a person’s health and function. They may also provide health and physical activity education and lifestyle modification to […]

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By Kristy Norvall

Receptionist

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Emily Seebohm, Olympic swimmer speaks out about endometriosis affecting her performance

Emily Seebohm continues to encourage people to talk about endometriosis as she opens up about how endometriosis has affected her life in particular the 2016 Rio Olympics. Emily found out that she might have endometriosis the year she was training for the Olympics. She had to delay her surgery and suffer through her symptoms until […]

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By Bobo Li

Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)

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