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What Are the Warning Signs You Could Have Heat Stroke?

What Are the Warning Signs You Could Have Heat Stroke?

Monday, January 27, 2020

Aussie summers can reach sweltering temperatures that make it dangerous to spend too much time outside without the proper protection. “Slip, slop, slap” comes to mind as we prepare our families for the intense sunshine and extreme heat.  Read more

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How Physiotherapy Can Help People With Dementia?

How Physiotherapy Can Help People With Dementia?

Wednesday, January 22, 2020

When caring for someone with dementia, you may automatically assume that their mental capacities are too far gone to benefit from physiotherapy. After all, it might seem counterintuitive to work with a consistent plan if someone suffers from memory loss or other cognitive issues. Read more

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Apply These 5 Techniques To Improve Your Running In 2020

Apply These 5 Techniques To Improve Your Running In 2020

Thursday, January 16, 2020

Running season is almost complete. As we review our performances, it’s time we take a look at some key training sessions that should be implemented into future programs for improved performance.  Read more

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Pregnancy and Exercise

Pregnancy and Exercise

Thursday, January 02, 2020

Here at Physio Inq Sutherland & Engadine Physio we get a lot of questions around how much exercise should pregnant women do, and how to know when you shouldn’t exercise during pregnancy. Read more

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Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) - What They Are and Why You Should Do Them

Controlled Articular Rotations (CARs) - What They Are and Why You Should Do Them

Saturday, December 28, 2019

Have you ever felt that you are quite flexible but when performing a movement or lifting a weight you can’t achieve the range of motion that you want? Can you stretch your muscles and joints a long way but when you have to do it under load that all changes? Read more

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How Can Occupational Therapy Help With Autism?

How Can Occupational Therapy Help With Autism?

Thursday, December 19, 2019

Autism Spectrum Disorder is characterised by socialisation issues, trouble communicating, and emotional outbursts that seem inconsistent with social norms, among other challenges. There are several therapeutic approaches that can be taken when working to help a child with autism and occupational therapy is one of them. Read more

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How Many Coffees A Day Is Too Much?

How Many Coffees A Day Is Too Much?

Tuesday, December 17, 2019

While people around the world might think of Australia as the land of kangaroos and koalas, we all know that here, it’s all about the coffee. Local roasters and unique cafes are sprinkled all throughout Australia which begs the question, how many coffees is too many? Read more

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All You Need To Know About The Role Of An Exercise Physiologist

All You Need To Know About The Role Of An Exercise Physiologist

Wednesday, December 11, 2019

You may have worked with a Physiotherapist before or perhaps you’ve booked in with a Physio already. Therefore, you might be either confused about what an Exercise Therapist does or why you might need one in addition to the treatment you already received.  Read more

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Open Water Swimming Tips You Need To Learn Now

Open Water Swimming Tips You Need To Learn Now

Monday, December 09, 2019

Whether you’re training for a triathlon or you simply love to swim out in open waters, this type of swimming is extremely different than what you might be used to in the pool. Varying weather conditions, murky water, and the physically demanding challenges of open water swimming calls for a whole new way of training. Read more

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Bike Seat Height for Optimal Comfort and Performance

Bike Seat Height for Optimal Comfort and Performance

Thursday, November 28, 2019

Bike seat height is important to get right for comfort, for cycling efficiency and performance, and to avoid injuries. It can take a little time, but you can do it at home as you don’t need much equipment or experience to make a seat post adjustment. Don’t forget that factors like saddle setback, cleat position, crank length and even padding, can affect the optimal cycling seat height. Read more

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