15 Dec 2017

Achilles Insertional Tendinopathy

A recent patient of mine presented with long standing Achillies tendinopathy. Having not done well with an eccentric loading programme, Shockwave therapy or rest with his fair share of anti-inflammatory medication, he opted for surgical review to try and settle his pain in the hope he could return to playing Soccer one day. As part […]

14 Dec 2017

How To Avoid Injury In The New Year – Part 2: The Do’s And Don’ts For The Novice Gym Goer

Are you planning on joining a gym for the first time in the new year? We often start the year with a fresh outlook, a new year and the intentions to becoming a “new you”. For the first few weeks this seems to be seamless: We have signed up to the new gym, exchanged the […]

29 Nov 2017

How To Avoid Making Your Hip Tendinopathy Pain Worse!

As research into common hip injuries progresses, so too does our understanding of how we manage this. One of the biggest shifts in research on Gluteal Tendinopathy is how we manage the injury. What we thought was best practice in the past might not be the best thing for it now. Tendinopathy of the Gluteus […]

29 Nov 2017

Understanding A Side Strain This Cricket Season

As the Ashes series begins, and the whites come out, what better time to explain a common cricket injury – the “Side Strain”Along with hamstring injuries, side strains are the most prevalent cricket injury in Australia, affecting up to 14% of pace bowlers per season. It seems the faster you bowl, the more inclined you […]

23 Nov 2017

Attention Trained Runners: A Quick Way To Improve Running Performance

Sprint interval training (SIT) is vast becoming an increasingly popular addition to running programmes for endurance athletes. Traditional evidence would suggest SIT and endurance training to be separate entities with very little crossover between the two training methods (i.e. sprint training does not improve endurance performance), however more recent research has challenged this previously accepted […]

17 Aug 2017

Our Pilates Blogs Voted #24 in the World!

What an achievement! We are excited to announce that our Blogs have once again been named amongst the best in the world! This time it’s our Pilates Blogs on show. They have been named in the top 75 worldwide. We have been ranked 24th in the world and 3rd in the whole of Australia (being […]

10 Aug 2017

The Myth Of The Magic Pillow

Are you one of those people who owns 20 pillows? Each one bought on the hope that it will be The One.  You’re looking for that pillow that magically fixes all your neck niggles, allows you to slumber peacefully through the night and does the washing up.  I’m sorry to be the one to tell […]

8 Aug 2017

Urge Incontinence

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Did you know that 1 in every 3 women suffer from some bladder leakage? Urge incontinence is the second most common variety of incontinence. It occurs when an individual experiences a sudden, strong need to urinate but in addition they leak urine whilst trying to get to the toilet. Urge incontinence is usually due to […]

8 Aug 2017

Overactive Bladder (OAB)

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Have you ever experienced a sudden, eye-watering strong, unable-to-defer, need to go to the toilet? If so, then you have experienced what is called ‘urinary urgency’, which is the main symptom of a condition called ‘Overactive Bladder Syndrome’. Research have shown that the OAB symptoms of urgency and frequency have a much worse impact on […]

1 Aug 2017

Pelvic Organ Prolapse and Weight Loss

What does the research tell us about Pelvic Organ Prolapse and the effects of weight loss? 1. Increasing body mass index (BMI) is associated with feeling a bulge 2. Being overweight does increase the risk of worsening prolapse with time 3. Weight loss does not improve bothersome prolapse symptoms 4. Pelvic floor damage already present […]