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R U OK?

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R U OK Day: Prioritizing Your Well-Being Through Physiotherapy and Pilates Author: Shannon Nutt R U OK Day is a day of action where Australians are reminded to ask their…

Pregnancy Pelvic Girdle Pain

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Pregnancy Pelvic Girdle Pain Author: Katy Mackay Pregnancy Pelvic Girdle Pain (PGP) is one of the most common musculoskeletal complaints during pregnancy. It’s estimated that between 30-50% of women report…

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction in Men

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Did you know that men also suffer from pelvic floor dysfunction? Author: Katy Mackay Pelvic floor dysfunction affects around one in ten men (and one in three women). It’s estimated…

Stretching for Sport Performance

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Stretching for Sport Performance Author: Sharice Mai Flexibility is a component of fitness that often gets overlooked by coaches and athletes. However, it’s got an important role to play in…

Exercise During Pregnancy

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Exercise During Pregnancy – the recommendations have been updated! To lift weights or not to lift weights? To run or not to run? There are so many differing opinions on…

Leichhardt Clinic remains open!

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From Winnie the founder of Movement Laboratory. Hi Everyone! As Sydney is going into 2 weeks lockdown starting tonight, I wish everyone safe and sound and all ready for the…

Revealing our new logo!

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From Winnie the founder of Movement Laboratory. We’re updating our logo! For those who do not know me right from the start, I am the founder of Movement lab, a…

Sacroiliac Joint Pain

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What is the sacroiliac joint (SIJ)? The sacroiliac joint (SIJ) attaches the sacrum (which is the base of your spine) to the pelvis. Because of its location at the base…

Core Stability and Lower Back Pain

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Which muscles make up the core? The first muscle that comes to most people’s mind is rectus abdominis which is the six-pack muscle of your stomach. However, there are several…

What is Tendinopathy?

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Tendinopathy is a condition in which there is degeneration of the tendon typically caused by overuse or overloading of the tendon. It is characterised by pain localised within the tendon,…

Rewire Your Mind and Body

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Have you ever wondered why you tend to repeat having the same injuries even after you have had several treatments with your health practitioners? This is because our bodies continue…

Can Physios Help Cervicogenic Headaches?

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What is a cervicogenic headache? Cervicogenic headaches (CGH) can often be mistaken as a migraine since they both have similar symptoms. However, the distinguishing feature of CGH which differentiates it…

How’s Your Pelvic Floor Health?

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Is your pelvic floor healthy? Aka. is your pelvic floor able to support you?⁠ ⁠ Often I hear women assume that by doing pelvic floor squeezes, they are immune to…

Abdominal Separation in Pregnancy

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What is abdominal separation? Abdominal separation is the partial or complete separation of the rectus abdominus, the superficial abdominal layer. This is caused by thinning of the linea alba which…

How to Use a Foam Roller | Foam Roll Benefits

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Written by Clinical Movement Coach, Tristan Kirk Chances are you have heard about foam rolling, whether through your Physio, personal trainer, or even online, and maybe you already have a…

Pre Pointe Assessment Q&A with our Dance Physio

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Written by Dance Physiotherapist, Natalie Jacobs What is a pre-pointe assessment? A pre-pointe assessment is a screening tool that determines your readiness to begin pointe. We assess your technique, strength…