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What I’ve Been Up To By Jenny Phillips

Since becoming a Titled Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist recently, I haven’t sat back and rested on my laurels – although sometimes I think a little bit more of this would be nice! I have been involved in several events with our professional body, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) in the past few weeks. Firstly, […] Read More

Movement is Medicine – Part 2 of Pete’s 10km Run By Peter Tziavrangos

My exercise journey has continued since the last newsletter, and I was able to keep up with my training programme up until the 10km run (which was held in the McLaren Vale) on October 12th. Leading up to the event, my main goal was actually just to get through 8 weeks of running training. I knew […] Read More

Movement is Medicine – Part 1 of Pete’s 10km Run By Peter Tziavrangos

A recent health scare in the family reminded me that my genetic make-up puts me at risk of diseases like type-2 diabetes, and heart disease.  It reminded me that I was due to catch up with my own GP to discuss these diseases and what I could do proactively to help prevent them. As with […] Read More

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