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Endometriosis: How Physios Can Help By Jenny Phillips

You may have seen the recent ABC online news article raising awareness of endometriosis. The article highlights how our health system is doing poorly when it comes to diagnosing and treating endometriosis, with many women waiting years for a correct diagnosis, and being made to feel they are “making it all up”. Reported prevalence rates […] Read More

We’ve Changed! By Peter Tziavrangos

We’ve changed! Can you tell? Well, it’s only a subtle change (our logo and branding), but to be honest it’s been happening for a while. You may have noticed that we’ve increased the range of exercise options we offer in recent years, and expanded the size of the clinic. We’ve added some new members to […] 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

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Knee Replacements for Osteoarthritis: Necessary or Not? By Jessica Woodward

How many of you have had to consider surgical intervention for degenerative knee pain? According to new...Read More

World Continence Week 2017: No Laughing Matter By Jenny Phillips

“I laughed so hard I wet myself!” We’ve all heard this phrase, but for some this is...Read More

My Hormones are Affecting My Weight: Exercise & Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome By Jessica Woodward

Polycystic Ovarian Syndrome or PCOS affects 8-12% women of reproductive age and is the most common endocrine...Read More