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Isaac Serhan

Isaac Serhan has enjoyed a strong interest in sports from a young age, having played soccer all his life. His deep curiosity in how the body works and heals from injury has propelled him to pursue his physiotherapy career.  Isaac loves supporting his community to recover from their injuries. Isaac graduated with a Bachelor of […]

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Nathan Duguid

Nathan Duguid is a Senior Physiotherapist and a member of our Jordan Springs team. Nathan’s first interaction with The Healthy Body Company was as a patient – in those days he was at high school at St Dominic’s College. This was when his initial curiosity of the human musculoskeletal system began. Nathan graduated from St […]

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Running Safely: Expert Tips for Injury Prevention

In recent years, there has been a noticeable surge in the number of individuals joining the running community. Running offers numerous health benefits and is a cheap, time efficient and fun (for some) way to improve cardiovascular fitness, bone and metabolic health. However, it’s essential to prioritise safety and injury prevention, especially for beginners. Nathan […]

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ACL rupture? You have options.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries are a common knee injury that we see in the clinic. While most people have some knowledge of what an ACL injury is, there are new options for management / treatment of these injuries other than the conventional surgical repair. What is the ACL? The ACL is one of the […]

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What makes a winning team?

In physiotherapy as in every discipline, creating a winning team is not merely about assembling skilled individuals; it involves weaving together a cohesive unit that fosters collaboration, empathy, and continuous improvement. A truly successful physiotherapy team is one that consistently delivers exceptional patient care, achieves remarkable outcomes, and embraces the values of professionalism, compassion, and […]

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The Marathon Series with Tom Hamilton – Tapering

Tapering for runners is a crucial period of reduced training leading up to a race. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, tapering is essential for allowing the body to recover and perform at its best on race day. In fact, when done correctly, tapering can improve race performance by approximately 3%. In this blog post, we […]

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Marathon Series with Tom Hamilton – Running Shoes

Hey there, fellow runners! It’s time for another edition of our Marathon Series, and today we’re diving into the exciting world of running shoes. So lace up your sneakers and let’s get started! First things first, let’s talk about the importance of keeping track of the mileage on your running shoes. Most shoes will give […]

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Marathon Series with Tom Hamilton – Is Running Bad for your Knees?

The short answer is no. However, running can bring to light underlying/previous knee issues or training errors. There is a common myth that running can cause knee arthritis or worsen its symptoms, but this is not true. Research has shown that regular running does not increase the risk of developing knee arthritis, and in fact, […]

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Marathon Series with Tom Hamilton – Cadence

As a physiotherapist, one thing I always look out for in my patients is their running cadence. Why? Because it can impact your running efficiency and reduce the risk of injury. So, let’s dive into this topic and find out more about how your cadence can make a difference. Longer strides aren’t necessarily better First […]

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