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Time To Get Proactive!


by (Osteopath )

Time to Get Proactive! Life is unpredictable and can be chaotic at times. But you don’t have to always let the unexpected get the best of you. The solution is to practice becoming proactive. By choosing to be proactive, you … read more »


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Hydrotherapy: workout in water!


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HYDROTHERAPY: Water As A Workout! And you don’t need to be able to swim! Research is consistently showing hydrotherapy, or aquatic exercise, to be as effective as land-based exercise in reducing pain and improving function [3][7]. It’s no ... read more »


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What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and why should I see one?


by (Physiotherapist)

What is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) and why should I see one? Accredited Exercise Physiologists are university qualified allied health professionals equipped with the knowledge and skills to design, deliver and evaluate safe and ... read more »


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ITB Friction Syndrome


by (Physiotherapist)

ITB Friction Syndrome What is the ITB? ITB or Iliotibial band is a thick band of fascia or sheet of connective tissue that starts from your hip bone (the ilium) and ends at the outside of your knee. There are … read more »


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My Journey Into Pilates


by (Osteopath )

My Journey into Pilates  How did I get started? A few years ago, I tagged along with a friend for a free Pilates class week trial at the new local yoga and Pilates studio that opened. I was hooked from … read more »


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A day on a plate of a Dietitian


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

A day on a plate of a Dietitian I work every day with people who are trying to change their eating to improve their health, feel more energy and manage hunger and cravings. I love to offer people time saving … read more »


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My Favourite Exercises


by (Physiotherapist)

My Favourite Exercises! Exercise is one the most easily prescribed mode of treatment to improve health and wellbeing. There is irrefutable evidence that suggests the beneficial effects of exercise to prevent and treat several diseases. I feel ... read more »


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Australian Open Tennis: your personal entourage.


by (Osteopath)

Australian Open Tennis: your personal entourage. ​ Just a heads up, a little niggle will likely becomes a big niggle after you have played without a prep. We have just the team, and if you are a tennis player, we … read more »


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Rest and Recover Massage


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Rest and Recover Massage by Emma Clayton – Myotherapist ‘Rest and Recover’ (RNR) is a specific Oncology Remedial massage for patients undertaking Oncology treatments. This type of massage is used to help with symptoms often experienced by ... read more »


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Bursitis


by (Osteopath)

Bursitis? What is that?!  Have you recently consulted with your Osteo or Physio who has referred you for an ultrasound? Did they mentioned the possibility that you have Bursitis? Well let me explain a bit about what that is! What … read more »


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Have FUN with fruit!


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Have FUN with fruit! Fruit is a great natural source of vitamins, fibre and energy. The Australian Guide to Healthy Eating recommends that most people eat 2 servings of fruit every day. Try out the recipes for some new and … read more »


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Ankle Sprains


by (Osteopath )

Ankle Sprains  Ashby Smith Ankle sprains are the most common lower limb injury for sports people and have the highest re-injury rate of all sports injuries. When we recover from ankle sprains and injuries we need to make sure that … read more »


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Diaphragmatic Breathing


by (Osteopath )

Diaphragmatic Breathing What is the Diaphragm? The Diaphragm is the most efficient muscle of breathing. It is a large, dome-shaped muscle located at the base of the lungs. Your abdominal muscles help move the Diaphragm and give you more power ... read more »


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Progressive Muscle Relaxation


by (Osteopath )

PROGRESSIVE MUSCLE RELAXATION Now, I want you to release your shoulders from your ears, unclench your jaw and take a deep breath in, and now, out. Did you realise that you were EVEN carrying tension in these areas and, do … read more »


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Osteopathy, Fatherhood and Sport.


by (Osteopath)

As an Osteopath with 3 active under teenage kids, I have the invaluable experience of watching my kids develop physically while playing a number of sports: tennis, swimming, ballet, lacrosse, basketball and nippers. In fact I’m poolside now at ... read more »


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Healthy Eating on a Vegan Diet


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Plant-based and vegan diets are becoming more and more popular each day. In fact, according to Google Trends, searches on the word ‘vegan’ have increased by almost 200% in the past 5 years. Some of the reasons are the rise … read more »


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How to Best Provide Ankle Support for Netballers –Kids, Teenagers and Adults 


by (Osteopath & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Every Saturday you can probably guarantee that a handful of us “lucky” netballers will come away from the courts with “twisted/turned/sprained” ankles. Why? Netball is a game that involves an immense amount of dodging and quick turns. ... read more »


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Magnesium- what is it and how can I get enough in my diet?


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

What is Magnesium? Magnesium is a mineral that you need every day for good health. Magnesium helps you take energy from food and make new proteins. It is also an important part of your bones, and helps keep your muscles … read more »


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Diet Culture and Kids.


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

  How ‘dieting’ might be affecting your kids. The phrase ‘diet culture’ has been gaining a lot of interest in the past few years. It’s used to describe any words, phrases, products or activities that encourage eating according to ... read more »


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What makes a good shoe?


by (Podiatrist)

Footwear Footwear can play a vital role in preventing and managing injuries, as well as allow us to perform at our best. Whether it is for sport, walking, or using for work it is important you are wearing shoes that … read more »


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Runners Knee – Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome


by (Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Running. For some of you this is an activity that stopped eons ago. A forgotten activity that your body once endured. For others it is part of your daily life, like brushing your teeth or eating breakfast. But for those … read more »


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‘Bring a plate’ Salad Options


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

It is coming into the Christmas season and with many parties coming up you may be asked to bring a salad or plate of food to share. Why not try one of these yummy dietitan approved salads! Green Bean Salad … read more »


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Recipes for the sweet tooth


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Coconut Lime Raspberry Chia Pudding Serves 2 Ingredients: 1 cup raspberries 1/2 cup tinned lite coconut milk 1/2 cup unsweetened almond milk or other milk 2 tbsp chia seeds 1 tbsp sweetened shredded coconut 1 tsp of sweetener (try stevia, honey ... read more »


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Snow Season Prep


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Now the days are shorter and nights cold, the author of this article is excited. Why? SNOW SEASON is here! And what a season it is so far! In this weather i believe there are very few better ways to … read more »


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Skin Fold Testing


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

What is it? Skin fold testing is one method to assess and monitor body composition. For athletes, measuring weight may not be enough. Body fat scales can be up to 5% inaccurate meaning that it’s hard to measure if body fat is ... read more »


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Healthy Breakfast Options


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Looking for something yummy to mix up your breakfast routine but also want something healthy? We have you covered with these dietitian endorsed recipes below. AVOCADO TOAST WITH LEMON AND KALE TOTAL TIME: 15 minutes Serves 2-4 INGREDIENTS: 1 ... read more »


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5 Biggest Nutrition Mistakes According to a Dietitian


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

I work with people every day who are trying to improve their health and wellbeing with food. In my consults, I hear some of the same problems cropping up over and over again. So here’s my list of five nutrition … read more »


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Don’t ignore heel pain in young athletes.


by (Osteopath)

Is your young sports star suffering heel pain? Let me tell you, they are not alone. Heel pain in young growing active individuals is usually due to a condition medically known as “Severs Disease”. Although it sounds quite dramatic it ... read more »


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Winter Warming Recipes


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Looking for that comfort food to warm you up on a cold winters night but also something that is nutritious and healthy? Try our Winter Warming Recipes that are dietitian endorsed! Goulash soup Serves 4-6 Cooks in 3h Ingredients 250 … read more »


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I’ve just had an ACL reconstruction. When can I play again?


by (Osteopath & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Are you like one of the many Melbournians who ruptured their ACL in 2017? No? Well you probably know someone who’s going through their rehab or wearing one of those huge knee braces… A common question I get asked as … read more »


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Hip Pain. Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI)


by (Osteopath)

Femoroacetabular Impingement (FAI) may be a hard one to pronounce, but with the right help it isn’t hard to manage. FAI occurs when your hip joint does not form correctly during childhood developmental years. An increase in friction during ... read more »


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How good is your balance?


by (Osteopath & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

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Shoulder pain – Can I avoid surgery?


by (Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

There is constant dialogue in regards to effects of surgery verses conservative therapy for the management of many musculoskeletal conditions. One such area is the shoulder. Shoulder pain is common in the general population and is one of, if not ... read more »


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Recipes for people with IBS


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (or IBS) can be triggered by environmental factors such as changes of routine, emotional stress, infection and diet can trigger an attack. Some people can also experience IBS from an intolerance to a group of ... read more »


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Summer Salad Recipes


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

As the weather warms up, nobody wants to be slaving away over a hot stove. Try these easy summer salad recipes for a quick lunch or speedy dinner idea! BLACKENED CHICKEN FIESTA SALAD TOTAL TIME: 25 minutes Serves 4 INGREDIENTS: For … read more »


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Using up the Christmas Leftovers


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Leftover Christmas Turkey and Sweet Potato Frittata TOTAL: 45 minutes Serves 6 INGREDIENTS: 8 large eggs freshly cracked black pepper 30 grated cheese 2 teaspoons olive oil 1 small onion, chopped 350g peeled Sweet Potatoes, diced into 2cm ... read more »


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Ham Ribolita


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Want some healthy and easy Christmas recipes that not only tastes great but also makes use of that leftover Christmas ham? Look no further than this Jamie Oliver recipe that has been tweaked by our own dietitian Cass!   Ingredients … ... read more »


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Corns and Callouses


by (Podiatrist)

Our feet are often the most neglected part of our body. As a podiatrist, there are many aspects of the feet that we deal with. One of these being the treatment of corns and callouses. When we are on our … read more »


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Healthy Lunchboxes make Healthy Kids


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

With school holidays having come to an end and the new school year away, there are so many things to get ready. It’s a busy time of year and getting back into a routine can be difficult – the added pressure of … read more »


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Healthy Muffins and Fritters with Salsa


by (Dietitian and Sports Dietitian)

Vegetable Muffins As a dietitian I see a lot of people struggle to include vegetables in their diet. These muffins are a great way to mix and match your own favourite vegetables, or use up whatever produce you have left … read more »


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Posture – a pivotal role in injury prevention


by (Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

Posture – a pivotal role in injury prevention. So many of us spend hours and hours sitting at a desk, so engrossed in our work that we forget about our bodies and what they are doing. We often start out … read more »


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Injury Prevention for Runners


by (Physiotherapist & Clinical Pilates Instructor)

PREVENTING INJURY – EITHER YOU RUN THE DAY OR THE DAY RUNS YOU! With the sun finally coming out of hiding and the days getting longer, many Melbournians are taking up running to get a kick-start on their summer fitness. … read more »


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Pillows and Matresses


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

We spend a third of our lives (if you’re lucky) on our pillows and mattresses but often underestimate their influence on our health and bodies. But how do you know a good mattress or pillow to a bad one? My … read more »


The beloved and dreaded chocolate cake


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

You might have seen a ‘health coach’ talking to a contestant on a weight shedding, make-over TV show in a way that brings them to tears of guilt. Guilt over how they live their life and how they have a … read more »


Osteopathy and children


by (Osteopath)

I have moved back to Australia after 20 years abroad and have not returned empty handed, along the way I collected a wife, three children, a degree in osteopathy and some 15 years of treating experience. The part of osteopathic … read more »


What texting does to your spine!


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

What do six sacks of potatoes, six large watermelons and an 8-year-old child have in common? All are equal to the amount of pressure texting puts on your back. We’ve all heard about the neck and back strain associated with … read more »


Choc Banana Chia Pudding


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

A deliciously healthy sweet treat for those who love peanut butter. This recipe is high in fibre due to the dates, chia seeds, nuts and banana so great for bowel health, and plenty of good fats to help keep cholesterol … read more »


Mushroom and Quinoa Risotto with Brazil Nut Parmesan


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Quick and easy, and packed full of potassium, b vitamins and protein. Brazil Nuts are a naturally high source of selenium, which is an excellent antioxidant! Recipe and image courtesy of The Healthy Chef Ingredients 20 g dry porcini mushrooms ... read more »


Pregnancy Massage


by (Myotherapist)

During pregnancy the women’s body goes through many physical and emotional changes, Pregnancy massage is a great way to promote wellbeing. Massage therapy can be administered safely throughout each trimester. Treatments are specifically ... read more »


Coconut Oil – What’s the deal?


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Coconut oil is everywhere right now and is often accompanied by some pretty big claims. Controlling sugar cravings Boosting the immune system Good for the skin Managing diabetes Easing digestion Controlling weight It is good for your cholesterol ... read more »


Healthy Home-Made Baked Beans!


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

I love a good bean dish – on toast, in wraps, and in soups now that the Winter months have arrived. After cracking open yet another tin of baked beans the other day, I thought to myself, sure these are … read more »


Chia Polenta Porridge


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Now that the weather is getting colder and porridge starts becoming our breakfast staple again, I thought I would introduce a delicious alternative to oats just to switch it up! Polenta and chia porridge – I made it myself a … read more »


Achieving Work-Life Balance


by (Clinical Psychologist)

Do you feel that there aren’t enough hours in the day to do everything you need to do? You feel like you’re struggling to balance your responsibilities at work, at home, and in your relationship? If you do, you’re not … read more »


The importance of Men’s Health


by (Clinical Psychologist)

Australian men are more likely than Australian women to get sick from serious health problems. Their death rate is also much higher. The top 10 causes of premature death in men include: ischaemic (angina, blocked heart arteries) heart disease, ... read more »


The effects of stress on your body and how a Massage can help.


by (Myotherapist)

Stress affects the body in various ways and while we usually speak about stress in a negative context, there are positive attributes to a little pressure spurring us on. A certain level of stress can be a motivator to help … read more »


Why dieting doesn’t work (but why seeing a Dietitian can)


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

I find it funny that the first four letters of my job title (DIET) are so commonly associated with what I deem to be a really bad four letter word. To help explain this I have provided the following example. … read more »


Food Allergies vs Food Intolerances


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Gluten free, fructose free, lactose free, egg free, nut free, dairy free… you name it! I am sure you have realised these terms appearing more and more frequently in magazines, health food shops and restauarants. As a dietitian who watches ... read more »


Quinoa and Dukkah Quorn Fillets


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Here’s a quick and tasty option for all the vegetarians out there, or those looking for something to cook on Meat Free Monday! Quorn is a great alternative to other soy derived meat alternatives on the market, as it is … read more »


Cacao Coconut Energy Balls


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Great for when you are after a quick energy hit – like a chocolate rum ball, only healthier. Cacao is the raw unprocessed form of cocoa. It is a great unrefined source of antioxidants and essential vitamins and minerals. Buckwheat … ... read more »


Healthy lunchboxes – A How To Guide


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

It’s the start of another school year, which means it’s time to start packing those lunch boxes again! Cue a collective groan from parents across the country. Good news! Preparing a healthy lunchbox is surprisingly easy once you follow this ... read more »


Grilled Chicken with fresh summer salad


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

It’s 5 pm and you’re wondering what on earth to cook – how about this quick, healthy and easy spicy grilled chicken dish? Not only tasty and ready in just 10 minutes, it is high in protein, high in fibre, … read more »


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Basic breathing exercises


by (Myotherapist)

Basic breathing exercises for Relaxation, Meditation, or to increase calm, focus and concentration These can be done any time of day or night – before bed, upon waking, in the shower, at the supermarket – you name it! It is … ... read more »


Foam rollers


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Foam rollers are often prescribed at Stay Tuned to help patients self massage between treatments and reduce tightness after exercise. Foam rollers help by releasing muscle tightness or trigger points. This aids in reducing muscular and ... read more »


Christmas Eating


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Christmas is a time for celebration and of course overindulgence in food and alcohol is very much a part of that. All the fun however, can turn sour as we think of those few extra kilos that are so much … read more »


Creating Healthy Habits


by (Clinical Psychologist)

Do you possess enough energy to perform at your best all day every day? Are you controlling your health or is your health in the hands of people around you? In order to perform optimally, whether in the workplace or … read more »


Healthy lunches for busy people


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Want to earn an extra $1000 a year and get healthy? Simply avoid expensive work lunch takeaways and pack your own! Replacing a cafe bought roll or takeaway pie can save you around $22.50 a week, or $1080 a year … read more »


Christmas Cheer Not Christmas Kilos!


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

You’ve had a big year and your staff are gearing up for the Christmas break. The holiday period brings Christmas parties, family gatherings and lots of food! All those sweets, yummy main meals and drinks can be tempting, but you … ... read more »


Compartment Syndrome


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Compartment syndrome in the lower limb is essentially where the pressure within a compartment increases to a point where the nutrients supplying the structures within that compartment are either completely or partially occluded. In our lower leg ... read more »


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Benefits of Hydrotherapy


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Who can do hydrotherapy? You. Hydrotherapy is derived from the Greek words “hydro” meaning water and “therapia” meaning healing, and this form of therapeutic rehabilitation is a particularly useful mode of exercise treatment for many ... read more »


Posture, Breathing and Arthritis


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Osteoarthritis (OA) OA is a group of chronic, degenerative conditions that effect joints (also known as Degenerative Joint Disease and osteoarthrosis). Arthritis means – inflammation of the joint but OA is more degenerative than ... read more »


Heart Health and Cholesterol Management


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Eating a healthy diet can reduce your risk of heart disease. If you have high cholesterol levels you can improve them by following a healthy eating pattern. What is Cholesterol? Cholesterol is a fatty substance found in the blood that … ... read more »


Diabetes Management


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

What is diabetes? Diabetes is a condition where there is too much glucose (sugar) in the blood. Glucose is the main source of energy for the body and comes from carbohydrate foods we eat. Carbohydrate foods include bread, pasta, rice, … ... read more »


Nutrition and healthy eating for a new Mum


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

The arrival of your new baby is extremely exciting and stressful as it requires you to make a lot of adjustments. It is common that new mums and dads experience appetite disturbances, where they may feel disinterested in food. This … read more »


Quinoa (Chisaya Mama – ‘The mother of all grains’)


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Quinoa, pronounced ‘keen wah’, is a small, round grain which can be light-coloured as well as red, purple and black – the latter being higher in antioxidants. It originates from the Andes, where it is cultivated by the Inca people … ... read more »


Warm up with a hearty bowl of Bean and Kale soup


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Recipe adapted from Good Taste magazine via Body & Soul Serves 4 (prep 20 mins + 8 hours soaking time, cooking 1 hr 20) 1 cup dried beans – any type; black beans or borlotti work well 1 tbs olive … read more »


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Diabetes and the foot


by (Podiatrist)

Diabetes is a condition in which the body’s method of converting glucose into energy is not working as it should; meaning the amount of glucose in the blood is elevated. There are two common types of diabetes being: Type 1, … read more »


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Grains and weight loss – the whole story!


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

It is no secret that most Australians would like to shed some unwanted kilos, however, with all of the mixed messages within the media these days how does one decipher what is the best approach to weight loss? One particular … read more »


Cupping


by (Myotherapist)

Cupping dates back to 1550 BC in Egypt and has been used by various cultures over the years. Traditional Cupping is where a flame is lit inside the cup to heat the air which forms a vacuum on the skin; or a vacuum pump … read more »


Satisfying the munchies


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Snacks are an important inclusion to the daily dietary intake to help top up your energy stores and keep you going throughout the day. In today’s society we are quite time poor and resort to quick and readily available foods … read more »


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Stress Management: How to Ease the Strain of Everyday Life


by (Clinical Psychologist)

We all know what it is like to experience stress, and we generally have a good idea of what contributes to our stress. To create a stress free life is unrealistic, and often undesirable, as challenges that help us grow … read more »


10 tips to prevent back and neck pain during flights


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Frequent business trips and long haul travel can have a detrimental effect to lower back and neck health.  Sitting for long periods in a cramped chair and a stuffy environment can create and exacerbate musculoskeletal complaints.  It’s the ... read more »


Osteopathy & Arthritis


by (Osteopath)

As Osteopaths we spend a vast amount of time dealing with pain and suffering caused by arthritis. Many people mistakenly assume that they must learn to live with their symptoms. In many cases,  Osteopaths are able to help considerably. Pain ... read more »


The new fad: The Fast Diet


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Brace yourselves! A new diet is getting lots of media attention and hype.  This new fad is called the Fast Diet, that comes from a book written by Dr Michael Mosley and Mimi Spencer. Dr Mosley is a medical journalist … read more »


Things to consider when buying a Footy boot


by (Podiatrist)

Footy season is just starting up and many people will be looking at buying new boot. This selection can be a difficult and frustrating process and as you will be aware conditioning of the body is important when preventing injuries. … read more »


The Benefits of Coconut Water


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Mmmmm Coconut Water, we just LOVE it!  And for good reason because coconuts aren’t just a decorative drink to accompany you on some tropical beach.  This gift from Mother Nature is fast becoming the go-to nourishing beverage of choice for ... read more »


The Benefits of Early Morning Exercise


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Most of us aren’t so crazy about getting up at the crack of dawn to exercise.  But it turns out that there are a number of benefits to setting your alarm clock a little bit earlier and getting your fitness on to … read more »


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Biomechanics of Barefoot Running


by (Podiatrist)

The complex issues that surround barefoot running For experienced and dedicated runners the barefoot running debate has prompted a lot of discussion. These discussions center around the benefits and risks associated with this new technique. My ... read more »


Managing Depression


by (Clinical Psychologist)

The word depression brings with it a wide variety of interpretations and definitions. To most people it implies a feeling of sadness, isolation or disappointment. Most people experience feelings of sadness on a regular basis but this does not ... read more »


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Vitamin D


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Vitamin D is a group of fat-soluble secosteroids. In humans, vitamin D is unique because it can be ingested and because the body can also synthesize it (from cholesterol) when sun exposure is adequate (hence its nickname, the “sunshine ... read more »


Shin Splints


by (Osteopath & Exercise Scientist)

Shin Splints is a common term for medial tibial stress syndrome (MTSS). It is an injury caused by overuse and ‘doing too much too soon’. MTSS is the inflammation of the periosteum of the tibia (the sheath surrounding the bone). ... read more »


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Sports Nutrition 101 – Beach Volleyball


by (Dietitian & Sports Dietitian)

Healthy eating is the back bone of a fit and trim volleyball player. A diet which is high in carbohydrate and protein is important to maintain strength and agility throughout the day. Every player will have individual requirements and these ... read more »


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