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  •   Shin splints can be a real ‘pain in the ass’. The aching pain at the front or inside of the shin can be agony and then just like that it disappears.   Rest assured though, leave them untreated and it will be back. The name ‘shin splints’ is pretty broad and actually “old school” terminology, […]

  • Welcome to our first video blog. Patellofemoral syndrome is a really common condition affecting your knee. The patella (knee cap) sits on your femur (leg bone). It is kind of like a train sitting on a train track. The train or patella can come off the track for all sorts of reasons. One of our […]

  • It’s time to start thinking about the running season. We thought we’d start you off on the right foot by outlining the very best tips to avoid injury. In fact, if you follow these rules you may never see us for a running injury again.   RULE #1 – Don’t change anything in your program by […]

  • Here are the six worst sitting postures that you must avoid if you want a pain free existence! “MR 2 SCREENS” “Mr. 2 Screens” occasionally works in the financial markets or in a law firm – needing to look at a second or third screen most of the day. Spines don’t like rotation. Spines also […]

  • How To Manage A Cork

    By | In injuryadvice, running, sportsinjuryadvice | on September 29, 2015

      Anyone who has ever played contact sport has probably experienced the pain of the ol’ cork. Whilst rather disappointing in the bruising stakes, these injuries can be extremely painful, end your game and make you hobble like you’ve aged 60 years in an instant. Good cork management will limit this discomfort and impaired function […]

  • When I was studying for my post grad in Sports Physio, we had to do a paper called Pain Science. Now everyone has a paper at University which you have to do – even though you seriously question its relevance. What did Pain Science have to do with Sports Physiotherapy? Little did I realise, this […]

  • Matt Barker In Our Hot Seat

    By nick | In News | on July 1, 2015

    Today we are giving you a bit of a closer insight into our newest member of the Balance In Motion team, Matt Barker.
    Want to learn more about what makes Matt tick? Then check out this fun & insightful interview

  • My summer as a triathlete

    By | In triathlon | on March 25, 2015

    I’ve worked at Balance In Motion for over 2.5 years. We treat a good variety of people including a lot of triathletes here in Bondi. This means I had a lot of triathlon related knowledge but not a great deal of personal experience. Over the summer, I decided to change this. I registered for the […]

  • As people head into the running season (the SMH half is just around the corner) we start to see a lot of foot, ankle and calf problems at Balance in Motion. Most people think this is because their calves are tight. And in some cases this is the case. However…. in most cases it isn’t. […]

  • The Importance of Good Computer Posture

    By | In goodposture | on September 10, 2014

    Computers are an integral part of our lives. We can’t live without them, but ask anyone who works a desk job and they will tell you that spending 8+ hours a day behind a computer is often not that comfortable! Common complaints include neck pain and stiffness, upper back and shoulder pain and stiffness and […]