What is Tele-Health? Telehealth is an under-utilised facet of physiotherapy management. The World Health Organisation supports the use of Telehealth servicesand define it as 'the use of telecommunications.
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With uncertain times ahead, many have been given the opportunity to work from home. This dramatic change in people’s working life can have several positive and negative effects.
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We have always taken pride in the cleanliness of our clinic, however amid the COVID-19 pandemic we are implementing stricter hygiene protocols to keep our clients and staff safe. We are committed to continue providing a quality physiotherapy service amid these difficult times. Please bear with us as we take the following necessary precautions so that our clinic remains a safe space for everyone:⁠ ⁠ What we are doing:⁠ We are disinfecting ALL gym/Pilates equipment and common hi-touch surfaces (counters, door handles, elevator buttons, EFT machine etc) after every session We are no longer using bed covers and all therapists
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Golf is dynamic, explosive and quite one sided. Unless you work as a golf pro it is unlikely your day to day exertions are helping your golf game. Swing mechanics can be altered and lessons really help but most often your body mechanics, mobility and strength will determine your scope for improvement. It has long been established how far you hit the ball is directly correlated to your handicap. Increased Speed=lower scores. Through a strength program and/or Pilates we can gain more control, mobility and strength through our spine, hips, pelvis and shoulders, as well as increased proprioception and awareness to hit those important
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By Christine Nguyen (Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor) Have you ever wondered, why the racket? If you’ve been following the Australian Open you may have noticed the grunting, groaning and shrieking from the athletes during play. Traditionally, making noise was frowned upon, but now you’ll hear top-listed players like Sharapova, Nadal, the Williams sisters and Sabalenka emitting high decibel grunts and shrieks. Standout grunters in tennis history include Monica Seles, Jimmy Conners and John McEnroe. Grunting during activities that require short sharp bursts of power (i.e. weight lifting or martial arts) is not a new practice, but what is the
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