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Category: Common Conditions

Osteopathy and Chronic Back Pain

Have you experienced back pain? Or know someone who has? With over 80% of Australian’s reported to have some type of back pain over their life time, it surely has crossed you path – with either yourself, a family member, friend or colleague. So what can be done and how can seeing an Osteopath for […]

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Pelvic Floor and How To Strengthen It

What is the Pelvic Floor and How Can I do Exercises for it? The good news is…..pelvic floor exercises can be done anywhere – while sitting, standing or lying down! The benefits of exercise for your pelvic floor include: Reducing back pain, pelvic pain and pelvic girdle pain Improving and maintaining muscle tone Supporting good […]

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Did you know that Osteopathic treatment looks at the whole body – not just the area of pain!

Osteopaths work on the foundation that our body works as a functional and dynamic unit. This drives our approach and hands on treatment to treat globally and holistically - to make change to your whole body, not just the isolated, painful region. This is to assist the self-healing and regulation mechanism each of us possesses, so the body can in turn heal itself.

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Running Tips!

Are you training for a marathon or running event? We want to be part of your team to make sure you make it to the finish line - injury free! Before you start pounding the pavement, we want you to be aware of ways to prevent or manage common running injuries. Training towards your big event might take months. This is a marathon, not a sprint!

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Sciatica and How Osteopathy can help

As osteopaths, we often have patients coming to us complaining of sciatica looking for help! They may also be complaining of lower back pain and other associated symptoms such as pain, weakness and discomfort in the leg and foot. The pain can be quite debilitating and can be constant, sharp, dull and intense.

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