Physio for the Elderly

Physio for the Elderly

You’ve probably visited the physiotherapist after injuries and been referred before or after surgeries for rehabilitation. But as we age, perhaps we should consider going to the physiotherapist as more of a routine health check. You go to the dentist even when there’s...
Our Tips to Improve Your Desk Ergonomics

Our Tips to Improve Your Desk Ergonomics

Whether you work in the office, from home, or a combination of the two, the setup of your desk is important for your health and well-being. Keep reading for our important desk tips to help you feel your best while you work. Adjust your monitor/s Having an incorrect...
Joint Replacement:  How Physio Can Help

Joint Replacement: How Physio Can Help

Joint replacement is a surgery to replace damaged joints with manufactured parts, most commonly performed on the knee or hip when other treatments have failed. Physiotherapy has an important role to play when it comes to preparation and recovery from joint replacement...
Lumbar Disc Prolapse

Lumbar Disc Prolapse

Did you know that 4 out of 5 people will suffer from lower back pain during their lives? It is a common reason that our patients come to the clinic for physiotherapy treatment. As physios, we want to help to manage your symptoms and improve your quality of life. Read...
Why a Healthy Diet is Key to Success

Why a Healthy Diet is Key to Success

A healthy, balanced diet is key to your well-being. Read on to dive into the many benefits of eating healthy. What does a healthy, balanced diet look like? First things first: what does a healthy diet look like? There is a plethora of information online about healthy...
Have You Tried Yoga?

Have You Tried Yoga?

Are you curious about trying yoga but not sure what it involves? Read on to learn about how it could benefit your life along with physiotherapy. What is yoga? Yoga is a mind and body practice that involves moving into physical poses while combining concentration and...