Have you been spending a lot of time at your desk recently? Have you noticed that your shoulders have begun to look slouched, hunched, and rounded?
If your spine is starting to look like the letter ‘C’, it can make you feel self-conscious about the way you look. Fortunately, there are a number of exercises that, if done regularly, can help you improve your posture.Read the rest of this entry »
Sprained ankles are a very common injury, especially if you play sport, but also one of the most overlooked musculoskeletal injuries as far as receiving correct targeted treatment. The number of people who develop chronic ankle instability is very high and could be avoided in many cases with the right action taken at the onset of the injury.
There are many questions about a sprained ankle and many factors to consider because each sprain is unique.Read the rest of this entry »
Pregnancy is a beautiful time of life full of lots of joy and excitement, but the female body will go through immense changes and pressures on different parts of the body. The pelvis area will come under tremendous strain during the pregnancy and will need treatment during pregnancy and after to remain in optimum health.Read more
Neck pain can result from a range of issues. Injury, incorrect posture and muscle imbalances are usually the primary sources of this pain. If you want to know more about deep neck exercises and strengthening exercises, and why they’re important, this guide is perfect for you.Read the rest of this entry »
It’s a misconception that to have a strong core, doing a bunch of sit-ups and crunches alone will produce strong core muscle. Physiotherapy can help build the correct strength in the core muscles that can help your mid-section and help your posture, back pain and have multiple benefits for everyday life.Read the rest of this entry »
Female incontinence is often overlooked and not talked about in the larger sector of society but a normal part of women’s health. For every woman who fears laughing, sneezing and exercising, it’s never too late to see a physiotherapist to help strengthen your pelvic floor.Read the rest of this entry »
An estimated 3.7 million Australians or 1 in 6 people have been reported to have had back pain so severe long-term sick leave was required.Read the rest of this entry »
Physiotherapy can be an excellent way for maintaining optimal physical strength, but often Pilates is only known as a fitness regime and not often understood of how beneficial it can be as a combined physiotherapy treatment.Read the rest of this entry »
Proactive Physiotherapy is open for face-to-face visits and group exercise classes.
Your safety is our top priority. We have developed a protocol to ensure that all government recommendations including physical distancing and cleaning are adhered to. We have COVID-safe cleaning procedures in place, we are vetting everyone who comes into the clinic for any symptoms of illness, and we are maintaining social distancing where it is appropriate and possible.
To help minimise any risks, please do not come into the clinic unless you are a patient, parent of a minor who is a patient, or translator or carer for a patient attending the clinic. If you do not wish to come into the clinic, but still require some assistance, please call 40840602 to organise a telehealth appointment.
We look forward to assisting our clients, old and new, in these unusual times and will temper our approach to community safety as the COVID situation fluctuates.
Thank you for your understanding.
Julie Faulks and the entire Proactive Physio team.