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August 7, 2019

Rounding of the lower back is considered very poor form in weight lifting.  It can lead to and aggravate severe and catastrophic injuries like bulging or herniated also known as slipped discs. If you are a novice or beginner at the gym whom is trying to strengthen thei...

July 25, 2019

Dull knee pain can be reduced with a just few quick tips and tricks. Read on so you can sprinkle a little magic health dust on your sore knee.  

Gradual onset of knee pain can be vague and if it is not diagnosed to its exact origins it can be very difficult to treat and...

April 12, 2019

If you have a shoulder bursitis it is often creates pain radiating into the side of the shoulder. This can be the result of over head activities like tennis, swimming and barbell work at the gym. Doing chores in the garden like pruning over head can also irritate a bur...

March 12, 2019

The soccer, AFL and rugby seasons are now upon us. Many local clubs have begun their preseason training and trial games. As a result, we have started seeing a flurry of lower limb injuries especially in and around the joints of the knee, ankle and hip. Injuries in thes...

March 6, 2019

"I feel stiffness in or on the front of my hips."

When patients present to the clinic complaining of hip tightness on the front of their hips, this can often be the result of sitting all day in a shortened muscle position and or overuse from weekly exercise such as gym...

July 3, 2018

At CIrcular Quay Physio & Pilates we employ The Watson approach to asses and relieve migraines. The Watson Approach is a proven assessment and treatment of headaches & migraines.

The Watson approach takes a thorough history and detailed assessment of the pathology o...

June 29, 2018

If you find yourself with ongoing pain for longer than three months and have trialed different medical solutions including a physio prescribed exercise program then you may fall into the diagnosis of chronic pain. 

Chronic pain can start after a sport, work or daily lif...

June 18, 2018

People often ask me why or how did I become a Physio?

Well, while living and working as a white water rafting guide in Hokkaido, Japan back in 2001  http://www.rafting-hoa.co.jp/en/ I was flatting with two cool cats called Tony and Rod. They were lads from from the Tull...

January 7, 2018

There is a group of patients for whom physiotherapy is likely to be beneficial and may help to prevent headaches from occurring in the first place. These are patients who suffer headaches with musckuloskeletal problems involving the neck joints and/or jaw.

There are two...

November 23, 2017

back may not just be tired or sore, you may be injured.

Back pain is a complicated injury that requires the skill of an experienced and qualified physiotherapist to diagnose exactly what is going on.

In many occasions a back massage may not relieve your pain, in those in...

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