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5 October 2020 - 0:10, by , in MelbourneWT, No comments
Changing The Way We Perceive Osteoarthritis Pain In The Knee   Have you ever been told your arthritic knee is ‘bone on bone’? Or that you wore away your cartilage and by running, walking or playing tennis for too long?                                 ...
24 August 2020 - 11:19, by , in MelbourneWT, Wellness, No comments
How To Relieve Your Lower Back Pain And Stiffness   We all know that lower back tightness and pain can impede our day to day lives. As many of us are sitting more working from home and generally moving less in this COVID environment it is more important than ever to look after our bodies....
25 November 2019 - 7:07, by , in Wellness, No comments
What Is ‘Self Care’ and why is it so important? It may sound like a wishy-washy term, it did to me, alternatively, maybe you’re not convinced you should practise regular self-care? Either way, let’s break it down into simple, easy to do digest, non wishy-washy pieces. Self-care is a broad term that encompasses just about...
22 October 2019 - 0:26, by , in MelbourneWT, Wellness, No comments
  There are many ways to increase muscle recovery from an event or training. – hot and cold bath – the consumption of glucose post-activity – rehydrate Other effective methods are the Myotherapy techniques of massage and dry needling. Both are powerful for speeding up muscle recovery from sport and exercise.     What can...
22 October 2019 - 0:13, by , in MelbourneWT, Wellness, No comments
  Do you ever feel like your hips are stiff? Do you experience pain in the hips when going from sitting to standing and limp the first few steps? Chances are a couple of muscles in your buttocks (gluteus minimus, gluteus medius) is being repetitively irritated and weakened. Therefore, causing the feeling of hip pain...
21 October 2019 - 23:45, by , in MelbourneWT, Wellness, No comments
No time for lengthy post-ride stretch routines? Try these to keep you free of injury.   Whether you commute to work or ride around the bay every weekend, cycling is a great way to exercise with minimal impact on your joints. Being on a bike, often for hours at a time, keeps your body in a...