Rotator Cuff Related Pain

Rotator Cuff Related Pain

Rotator-Cuff Related Pain Damien Moore (Physiotherapist – Burnie) What is it? This is a very common shoulder condition that we at Coastal Physiotherapy see and can become more prevalent with age. The rotator cuff muscles (4 small muscles that provide stability...
Osteoarthritis: What Actually Is It?

Osteoarthritis: What Actually Is It?

What is Osteoarthritis? Sarah Cowgill (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Most of us would have heard the word osteoarthritis. Other people may refer to it as “wearing of the cartilage”, “bone on bone”,” degeneration” but what do all these terms actually mean? Here at...
Mums and Bubs Exercise Class

Mums and Bubs Exercise Class

Recovering After Having a Baby – Mums And Bubs Exercise Class Georgie Palmer (Physiotherapist – Burnie) When you grow and give birth to a baby, your body undergoes massive changes. Even though it can be hard to find the time and energy to exercise after...
Top Running Training Tips

Top Running Training Tips

Optimise Performance and Recovery and Avoid Injury with these Running Training Tips Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) With another Burnie 10 just around the corner, we explore the science of running training loads and look at ways that you can...
It’s NOT Only an Ankle Sprain

It’s NOT Only an Ankle Sprain

“IT’S ONLY AN ANKLE SPRAIN”… COMPLETING REHAB AFTER AN ANKLE INJURY IS A NO-BRAINER Daniel Reeves (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Key Points Ankle sprains are not a simple injury Ankle sprains require rehab to help prevent ongoing complications and reduce the risk of...