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The Pre-Pointe Profile

What is a Pre-Pointe Profile? Read on to learn the what, where and why of our Pre-Pointe Profiles

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Pediatric Physiotherapy

Just like with adults, children can have a variety of problems that arise from trauma (falling over), to progressive disorders that come on gradually. A paediatric physiotherapist uses play-based therapy to assess and treat your child, depending on the child’s age.

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Nutrition For Healing… Fuel Your Recovery!

Depending on your stage of recovery and type/severity of injury, different fuel sources and nutrients will be necessary for a speedy recovery. Read on to find out what your body might need as you move through your recovery journey!

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Don’t Forget To Train Both Sides

Are you training your 'bad' side? Or are you only training your favourite side? I could never perfect that combo on my bad side like I can on my good side, so why bother right?!

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Preparation & Recovery

Did you know that important soft tissue changes and responses are happening during rest time? Respect it!

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Let’s talk about “holistic health”.

As a health practitioner, not taking a "holistic" approach could mean that something important gets missed... and well, that would suck!

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P.E.A.C.E. & L.O.V.E.

If you've ever done a First Aid course, you've heard of R.I.C.E.R. as an injury management protocol immediately following acute trauma. But that's old news now! Now, we preach P.E.A.C.E. & L.O.V.E.!

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These Bad Habits Are Killing Me!

Habits are not changed by shouting at yourself to change

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Listen To Your Body

As we get settled into our training routines after a year of so many false starts, it is important to listen to your body.

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Planning Your Goals

So, we've made it to March. Now what? Keep reading to find out our top 5 tips for setting and achieving your goals this year

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12 Days of Physiomas

On the first day of Christmas my physios said to me...!

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Adolescent Idiopathic Scoliosis – what does it mean?

Did you know that "Scoliosis" is not actually a diagnosis but, in fact a term used to describe an observed curve and rotation in the spine?

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5 Tips For Safe Return To Aerial & Pole Fitness

Have you ever tried pole dancing? If not, ask yourself why not? Build strength, have fun and keep your body active for life.

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When I ask “how are you today?”, I don’t just mean your body!

Let's talk about us. You and me, and the importance of honest communication between us.

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Your Health Care Team: A Love Story

So here it is, the overview. We all have the same goal - you being your best self!

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LET’S WRITE A GYM PROGRAM!

THE BASIC STEPS By Andy Haycroft Picture this:  You are sitting at home on the couch two weeks into a quarantine. After the third round of binging the entire series of Brooklyn 99, you are starting to find it just isn’t making you giggle anymore. “Something is wrong” you think to yourself. “What ever will […]

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I am strong because I pole dance!

Have you ever tried pole dancing? If not, ask yourself why not? Build strength, have fun and keep your body active for life.

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Spring Into Running – But not too quickly…

People of Melbourne are itching to get out into the fresh air and exercise! Now is a great time to take up running. But it is not as simple as that!

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Staying Motivated During Lockdown

With all the uncertainty, we can sometimes get overwhelmed with all the changes and find it difficult to stay motivated.

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Finding Time for Family Fitness

As many of us work through homeschooling and working from home, there is a grey line between being Ms Mum or Mr Dad and regular Mum and Dad. It is a tenuous line that we are treading in our home and family lives.

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