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    Bondi, NSW 2026
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  • Back in the early 2000’s the world became obsessed with the CORE. Strengthening the core would fix anything. “You had a sprained ankle? Well, you need to strengthen your core”.  “Sore little finger you say? You have a weak core”. Fortunately most of us have moved on (hopefully) from the core fixing every injury known […]

  • Our resident ergonomics guru Nick Carr takes us through four very effective ways to improve our ergonomic workstation  set up!  

  • Does my child need orthotics?

    By nick | In general health | on May 30, 2017

    “My child has flat feet, do they need orthotics?”⠀   Kids feet come in all different shapes and sizes. High arched or flat as pancakes. This is no big deal. Kids in general do not need orthotics no matter what their feet look like. We have almost as many bones in our feet as we […]

  • As a general rule, injuries occur because what you’re demanding of a tissue (muscle, tendon or bone) is more than it has the capacity to give. This can happen for one of two reasons. 1).  You’re putting load through the tissue that it is not yet strong enough to handle it – going into training too […]

  • Recovery: Triathlon races, half and full marathons and big games of sport require intense physical and mental drain in order to achieve ‘PB’s and the win. You leave absolutely nothing in the tank to achieve your goals. You hit the finish line or the final whistle exhausted (hopefully happy) and broken. You couldn’t have tried […]

  • Meet the New Guy | 5 Minutes with Nick Carr

    By nick | In News | on February 20, 2017

    Today we are giving a virtual high five to the newest member of our team, Nick Carr. Nick has a Bachelor of Exercise Science from the Australian Catholic University and a Masters of Physiotherapy from the University of Sydney. He is as passionate about physio as they come! Nick C is most excited about coming […]

  • Over the summer break I was getting stuck into reading my Christmas present “Tools of Titans” by Tim Ferriss. A summary of the interviews he has undertaken with elite performers of the world ranging from pro athletes, silicon valley investors and leading medical researchers. One supplement that kept popping up with multiple elite athletes and […]

  • The Top 4 Physio FAQ’s!

    By Melita | In general health, injuryadvice, running, triathlon | on October 19, 2016

    We’ve put our heads together and have decided upon the four most commonly asked questions that Physios get! Is soft sand running or road running better for me? The answer to this question is dependent on your body and injury history – both have their pros and cons. Road running puts more impact through your joints, […]

  • Triathlon is an incredibly tough sport whereby you are essentially cramming three sports into one. As we come into the start of the triathlon season with the Noosa event just around the corner I though this would be a timely reminder of the most common cause of triathlon injuries: the time trial position! Now this […]

  • “Meditation is all about the pursuit of nothingness. It’s like the ultimate rest. It’s better than the best sleep you’ve ever had. It’s a quieting of the mind. It sharpens everything especially your appreciation of your surroundings.  It keeps life fresh.” – Hugh Jackman “In moments of madness, meditation has helped me find moments of […]