July 29, 2020

With the majority of us having spent more time inside over the last few months we have seen a higher number of painful complaints of combined neck and shoulder pain with or without associated headaches.

You may wonder why putting less workload on your body could result...

April 8, 2020

Pregnancy and Physiotherapy

Pregnancy brings with it so many changes to your body that will constantly surprise you! Many of these changes may make you feel concerned however the right advice will reassure you that, most of the time, these changes are normal preparation...

April 8, 2020

Working from home?

How should I set-up my computer?

Here's a super-quick introduction to setting up your desk and computer so you can feel more comfortable.

We're still here for you if you need to see a Physiotherapist. You can choose from a face-to-face appointment with...

February 15, 2020

  • Knee pain stopping you from running your normal distance?

  • Not sure if you should push through the pain, or pull back and rest?

  • Wondering if you'll do long term damage if you keep going?

Firstly, it's important to remember that 


January 30, 2020

Do you coach a sport with high risk of knee injuries? Aussie rules, soccer and netball are some of our highest risk sports, particularly for ACL injuries.

With winter sports starting pre season and coaches planning their season’s training, now is an ideal time to highli...

January 19, 2020

Is your new year’s resolution to get fit, lose kgs and feel better?

Each year, at the end of January and Early February every Physio comes across the client who started exercising January 1st (or 2nd depending on New Years Eve events), and is now suffering from an injur...

September 19, 2019

Welcome spring without injuring yourself. Gardening is a fantastic way of keeping active and caring for your body, mind and soul. It does however come with injury risks! Injuries most commonly occur on the weekends and at particular times of the year when your garden c...

February 14, 2019

You love to run! You love being outdoors, but someone told you that you should do some strength training...

But you don't like going to the gym. So how can you get stronger??

Here's how:

Research tells us that runners should complete strength training 2-3x/wk, alongside y...

January 17, 2019

What stretches should I do after I run??

Well here's your answer.

Watch this video to see my usual cool down routine. Hold each position for 30 seconds per side, and pay attention to where you feel the tightest. It might be worth repeating a couple of these stretches fo...

December 6, 2018

What are Mat Classes at Aspire, and would it be good for me?

As Physios, we constantly are asked, “What is Pilates and would it be good for me?”.

Our Mat Classes have grown in popularity over the last few years. The number of our Gentle, Open, Mums and Bubs and Pregnancy...

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