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Netball: Why a Warm up is Your Best Defence!

7th August 2017

By Dr Stephanie Cations BAppSc (CompMed) MHs (Osteo) – Osteopath Hands up who likes to warm up before a netball game? Unless you strangely love it like I do, my guess is it’s not your favourite part of playing netball. I get it. For most of us, netball is a winter sport played outdoors, so peeling off

How You Can Ease Your ‘Tradie’s Back’ in 3 Simple Steps

12th June 2017

by Dr. Matthew Jakovljevic BSc (Clin Sci) MHs (Osteo) – Osteopath ‘Tradie’s back’ also know as mechanical back pain refers to pain coming from the spinal structures (such as joints, muscle, ligaments, discs and nerves). I’m yet to meet a tradie who hasn’t had some form of back pain. In tradies the most common cause … Continue reading How You Can Ease Your ‘Tradie’s Back’ in 3 Simple Steps

FIXING KNEES: Maxing out on Surgery, Minimising Success

1st May 2017

Your knee hurts. You’ve given it time……..it still hurts. Sound familiar? You get referred for an x-ray or MRI. Some ‘wear and tear’ is found in the knee joint and maybe even roughened or torn cartilage (meniscus). You head to an orthopaedic surgeon who can offer anything from a minor clean out to a major … Continue reading FIXING KNEES: Maxing out on Surgery, Minimising Success