Exercise for Parkinsons

For everyone, exercise is a vital component for healthy living.  Recent research has shown that regular exercise improves the quality of life for people with Parkinson’s disease as it helps to reduce stiffness and benefits overall daily living activities. The greatest benefit comes from doing things that you enjoy. Some activities will give you more…

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Netball Wrap Up

After spending the season supporting Hawkesbury Netball Association, we thought we would share our wrap up of the season. It’s all about having a great time, so we hope that the season was enjoyable for all of the players and their supporters.  We also hope that you were lucky enough to make it through to…

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Gluteal Tendinopathy: A LEAP forward in our treatment approach

Are you experiencing pain on the outside of your hip? You could have gluteal tendinopathy. Often called Greater Trochanteric Bursitis (or hip bursitis), there have been some exciting developments in the management of this condition.  Maddy Parker, one of our Caringbah physios, explains for you. Gluteal tendinopathy is a common and quite disabling condition, affecting…

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Golfer’s Elbow

Ever heard of tennis elbow? Well today we’re talking about golfer’s elbow!  The name is often questioned as 90% of cases are unrelated to sport. In a golf swing the tendon responsible for the pain response is stressed, however, in the majority of presentations the cause of the condition is overuse. This means the condition…

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Dance Turnout Explained

Who has sat in front splits or “froggy” for hours on end, in the hope of increasing turnout range, only to find no difference except irritation in the front of your hips? You’re not alone! Increasing turnout range is one of the most challenging yet sought after aspects of technique for many dancers with most…

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