9 Sep 2014

Backpacks, Trainers and High Heels

It’s cool to be practical. Really who am I to say what’s cool and what’s not, but from the patients that come my way at Bend + Mend in Sydney’s CBD I have a few ideas about what is practical…you be the judge on how cool they are! I’m not going to lie, week days […]

12 Aug 2014

Uncovering Frozen Shoulder

Frozen shoulder (or adhesive capsulitis) is a chronic condition that causes thickening and contraction of the shoulder joint. Over time this causes restriction and pain in the shoulder. Typically this is a self-limiting condition and usually resolves over two and a half years. There are two types of frozen shoulder: Primary and Secondary. Primary (idiopathic) frozen […]

7 Feb 2012

Bunions

Ever wondered what that lump is on the side of Grandma’s big toe?  Worried that it might happen to you?  Well the cause of bunions is still somewhat undecided but read ahead for more information on the topic!

31 Jan 2012

Back Belts – Do They Do Anything?

2012 is an Olympic year and yet again you’ll see clinically obese, scarlet-faced men in lycra lifting enormous weights. While there are few things more useful (or entertaining) in life than being able to lift a small car, is it all due to the use of the back belts these people wear?