27 Jan

5 tips when looking for shoes for kids

Children spend around 30 hours a week in their school shoes, or more than 15,000 hours during their school years, so correctly fitted schools shoes are very important. Ill-fitting shoes can lead to problems in adulthood, such as ingrown toenails, corns and bunions, which may even require surgery later in life. Here are some tips […]

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12 Oct

Back to Gym – Post Lockdown

If you’re local to the Greater Sydney area or NSW, Australia in general, you are well across our recent 107 day Covid lockdown. You may have celebrated the well promoted “Freedom Day” with a beer at the pub on your first day back in the real world. If so, what’s your next big plan? Well, […]

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02 Sep

Nicola McDermott’s Athletic Performance Journey

High Jumper Nicola McDermott soared to new heights when earning her Silver medal at the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, in addition to her Silver medal, Nicola reached both a personal and a National record height of 2.02m. This was an unexpected win for Nicola as she had just become the first Australian woman to reach 2.0m […]

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26 Aug

Tradie Injuries | Physio Can Help!

3 in 5 workplace accidents involve someone who is working in a trade profession with 60% of tradesmen feeling the strain of being on their feet all day due to the physical demands of their job. The physical demands of a trade can cause and exacerbate a range of injuries. On average, time off work […]

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29 Jul

The Benefits of Plyometric Exercises

Have you ever wondered how you can benefit from plyometric exercises or what they are? Have you been caught asking yourself any of the following: • How do I jump higher in volleyball? • How do I jump higher in basketball? • How do I run faster? What about this one – how do I […]

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19 Jul

Diabetes Class Central Coast | COMING SOON

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18 Jul

Diabetes and Your Feet | Podiatry Central Coast

Did you know that there are 1.8 million people living with Diabetes in Australia? If your a Diabetic then you know that diabetes and your feet are one of your many concerns you have to worry about. That’s a new diagnosis every 5 minutes! With a whopping 4,400 ending up with an amputation every year! […]

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08 Jul

Winter Foot Care | 7 Tips From a Podiatrist

The colder months can bring on many new and common foot complaints. As a Podiatrist we see an increase in the presentation of corns, ingrown toenails, dry/cracked skin and lower limb pain. Even on the Central Coast of NSW we experience some colder days, enough for your feet to feel the change in weather. Follow […]

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08 Jul

Diabetes and Exercise

Diabetes: The Importance of Exercise for Prevention and Management What is Diabetes? Diabetes is a condition where the body is unable to automatically regulate the blood glucose levels which means that the levels of sugar in the blood are too high. With TYPE 1 Diabetes the pancreas cannot make insulin because the cells that produce it have […]

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01 Jun

Endometriosis and Exercise: Pain, Post-Op and More!

Endometriosis is a chronic condition where the endometrial tissue that normally lies inside the uterus migrates to outside of the uterus. The most common places to find endometrial-like tissue are the on the walls of the pelvic cavity, the ovaries, bladder and bowel, and on the thin wall dividing the rectum from the vagina. In […]

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