What’s all the hype around Pilates and is it for me? By Melissa Ramoo, Physiotherapist & Pilates Instructor So you’ve seen all the hype about Pilates and it seems almost everyone is doing it. But you’re not sure if it’s for you. There are typically two types of people pondering this question: The “want to […]
Suffering shoulder pain? You’re not alone. Shoulder pain and injuries are one of the most common peripheral (ie. non-spinal) complaints we see every day here at the clinic. They can affect all age groups and have the potential to have a big impact on quality of life. Shoulder pathology is known to affect approximately 15% of […]
These case summaries are examples of real people treated here at the clinic (names changed for privacy). They are not an exhaustive study of the whole condition, merely an opportunity for you to see the sort of things that we have been able to help with in the past, and how we may be able […]
By Dr Grant Colombo, chiropractor Knee pain is a very common condition presenting to health care practitioners daily. Statistics reveal that overall knee pain affects approximately 19% of the population at any given time. The percentage of newly diagnosed knee conditions increases steadily with age and is a major cause of debilitating pain in the […]
What exactly is dry needling? Isn't it just acupuncture with a new name? Can it actually help with anything? Our chiropractor Dr Grant Colombo has prepared this helpful article for your benefit.
This year, during October & November, we're giving you a great chance to "Spring into Spring" with a fantastic package comprising exercise physiology, chiropractic or massage, and unlimited access to Saturday morning Fitball classes with our exercise physiologist Karen Evans.
Hamstring tension is one of the most common muscular conditions of the human body. Here at the clinic we always hear people say they have "tight hammies", and chances are you're a sufferer as well! But what exactly are the "hamstrings", and how can we help alleviate tension in them?
Tennis elbow, contrary to what the name suggests, is rarely caused by playing tennis! It's the common name for a condition called lateral epicondylitis.
July 10-16 is Diabetes Australia's National Diabetes Week. In conjunction with this week our exercise physiologist Karen Evans will be conducting FREE 15 minute health checks here at the clinic.