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Watering the Grass: Rest – Build – Strengthen

By Jason Silvernail DPT Many people seem frustrated that their pain has lasted so long, past the normal body healing time. Often, this is ‘mechanical pain’ and is related to…

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The Three Stages of Recovery

Ever stubbed your toe? Bumped your funny bone? Twisted your ankle? If so, then you know all about the stages of recovery from pain. Below is an outstanding article by…

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Dermoneuromodulation

What is Dermoneuromodulation? Dermoneuromodulation (DNM), in a literal sense, refers to skin/nervous system/change. It is a system of techniques developed by Diane Jacobs, a physiotherapist who recognised the need to…

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Art Greets Science in Motion Class

The Art Greets Science In Motion Class is coming to Sydney! Presented by renowned Noosa Physiotherapist from Alchemy in Motion Robin Kerr   Hosted by Dr Daniel Yazbek and Katherine…

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Neuro Emotional Technique (NET)…False Reliance?

Neuro Emotional Technique (NET) has been described as an intervention that incorporates principles of several health disciplines, such as cognitive behavioural psychology, traditional Chinese medicine pulse assessment and muscle testing….

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Dynamic Neuromuscular Stabilisation

In August, I took a lovely trip up to Newcastle where I had the privilege to understand the underpinnings of neurodevelopment and how it relates to proper breathing, postural function,…

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Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome: What Women Need to Know – Part 2

Following on from our recent discussion regarding BHJS, this blog intends to enlighten you with a more complete picture of the symptoms and signs which present in this condition and…

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Benign Joint Hypermobility Syndrome: What Women Need to Know – Part 1

What is Benign Hypermobility Syndrome (BHS)? Well, I’m here to tell you that there’s a whole lot more to what the name suggests. You may be thinking that having flexible…

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How long before my lower back gets better???

Its not always black and white… A common question typically asked by a client after their first consult is “how long until you think my back will get better”? This being…

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament Rehabilitation: Is it a Software or Hardware problem? PART 1

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tears are relatively common in sports such as football, basketball, netball and skiing. Anatomically, The ACL is purported to prevent the tibia from moving forward during…