Is Nick Kyrgios the poster boy for posture to our next generation?

Watching the tennis, I can’t help but notice Nick’s posture is particularly different to most other tennis players. Yes I should be watching the tennis but my physiotherapist eyes drag me to his side profile and can’t help thinking his posture could be so much better. I do admit that he is a really good […]

Bobo Li

By Bobo Li

Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)

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Do you do the Crab Walk?

For years we’ve all been crab walking with the band around our knees to cue ‘knees out’ and get better glute activation when doing our warm ups. It’s the activation we need for our squats and turnout for dancing however just because our knees are out doesn’t mean our leg is aligned the way we […]

Deborah Chen

By Deborah Chen

Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)

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Can’t find wide enough shoes for your feet?

When I assess foot and ankle problems I will typically have a look at the client’s shoes and I’ve been noticing a lot of people hanging over the soles of their shoes saying that they can never find a shoe wide enough. Physio / Coach Chris has experienced this most of his life and even […]

Deborah Chen

By Deborah Chen

Registered Physiotherapist (APA Member)

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Treating Dizziness with Physio: Can we help?

I recently had a family member wake up with terrible dizziness, nausea and ringing in the ears without any mechanism or possible cause. These symptoms can be quite scary for the person suffering and treatment is needed as soon as possible. So, I thought it was a good time to write a blog on some […]

Sara Andriejunas

By Sara Andriejunas

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