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World Hypertension Day

Hypertension Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) What is Hypertension? Hypertension occurs when the pressure in the blood vessels of the body is too high. ...
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World Cancer Day

World Cancer Day Lachie Bonney (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Extensive research over many years indicates strong benefits of exercise before, during and after cancer treatment. ...
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World COPD Day

COPD – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Adam Doyle (Physiotherapist – Burnie) What is COPD? Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) is an umbrella term for any ...
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World Arthritis Day 2022

World Arthritis Day Arthritis is a broad term that relates to joint pain or disease. Did you know the term ‘arthritis’ is so broad that ...
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National Pain Week

Chronic Pain – Active versus Passive Treatment Simon West (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Are you wondering if you are heading down the right path with you ...
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Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow Adam Doyle (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Pain that occurs on the lateral or ‘outside’ part of your elbow can be caused by a lot ...
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Disc Injuries

Discs of the Spine

DISCS Sarah Cowgill (Physiotherapist – Burnie/Somerset) 70% of people are likely to experience back pain at some point in their lives with 1 in 6 ...
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World MS Day

World MS Day, May 30th 2022 Adam Doyle (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Today is World MS (Multiple Sclerosis) Day! MS is a neurological condition that affects ...
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Covid-19 and Exercise

Covid-19 and Exercise Adam Doyle (Physiotherapist – Burnie) COVID getting you ‘locked-down’? Did you know that exercise can help with the COVID blues and get ...
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World Parkinson’s Day

Parkinson’s Disease Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) What is Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s Disease is a relatively common progressive neurological condition with approximately 100,000 Australians ...
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Sleep Apnoea

Exercise and Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome Emily Hudson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Obstructive Sleep Apnoea Syndrome (OSAS) is a disorder characterized by prolonged periods of ...
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Covid-19 and Exercise

Safely Returning to Physical Activity after Covid-19 Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) With the sheer volume of Covid-19 information presented to us daily, it ...
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Developmental Milestones

Is Your Child’s Development ‘Normal’? Sarah Cowgill (Physiotherapist – Burnie) As a Physiotherapist with a special interest in the paediatric population, I see lots of ...
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Occupational Rehabilitation

Occupation Rehabilitation – Workplace Injury Statistics Emily Hudson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Most of us associate workplace injuries with very physically demanding jobs however, injuries ...
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General Health

Men’s Health Week

Men’s Health Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Why Make a Week for Men’s Health? The efforts to raise awareness for men’s health should not ...
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Coccyx Pain

Coccyx Pain – A Pain in the Butt Georgie Palmer (Physiotherapist – Burnie) The coccyx or tailbone is a triangular bone which forms the final ...
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Successful Weight Management

Beating the Bulge: The Change in Approach to Managing Obesity Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Weight loss that is successful and sustained…. Why is ...
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Weight Loss and Exercise in Adults

Weight Loss and Exercise in Adults Emily Hudson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Overweight and Obesity Statistics Being overweight and obese places you at an increased ...
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World Osteoporosis Day

Osteoporosis Sarah Cowgill (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Tuesday the 20th October is World Osteoporosis Day and its time to think about your bone health. Many people ...
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World Mental Health Day

Mental Health and Exercise Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Mental Health Statistics Mental health disorders are of course very difficult to track and so ...
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Autism Spectrum Disorder and Physiotherapy

How Can Physiotherapy Help? Sarah Cowgill (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Children with an Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) can experience difficulties relating to behaviour, sensory and social ...
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Bowed Legs and Knocked Knees

Are you concerned about your child’s bowed legs or knocked knees? Sarah Cowgill (Physiotherapist – Burnie) Find out below if you should be! Bowed legs ...
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Chronic Pain Week

Chronic Pain Language Police …. Look Out! Simon West (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) Language is a powerful influence on how we view ourselves and our ...
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Who to Trust for Exercise Advice

Do you Know How to Exercise Right? Jarrod Wilson (Exercise Physiologist – Burnie) It can be confusing, and sometimes overwhelming, to know who to turn ...
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