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  • As we come into the start of spring (after our very mild “winter”) and with the weather warming up, we start to see an increase in heel pain at Balance in Motion Physiotherapy here in Bondi. Classic examples can be “I did the Bondi to Coogee walk in a pair of thongs and now my heel […]

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  • Meditation FAQ’s with a Pro

    By nick | In Uncategorized | on July 24, 2017

    Local meditation teacher Tom Sullivan of A Still Mind takes us through his thoughts on how to incorporate meditation into our modern, fast-paced lives.   I would say that by now, most of you would have heard about meditation and mindfulness. Did you know that this practice has been around since our recorded history began? […]

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  • Novice Guide to Bali

    By nick | In Uncategorized | on August 9, 2016

    By now some of you probably know Balance in Motion has a thing about Bali. I’ve been there a lot, thought about starting a Physio clinic there and recently spent two months living on the island of the Gods. I receive at least one email a week asking for some tips on Bali so this […]

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  • 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 […]

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