Improving your Health and Lifestyle – Short Term Solutions and Long Term Management
Neck Pain Neck Pain
Today’s modern living often entails hours of driving and hunching over workstations, which can play havoc with our necks. So it is no surprising that neck pain is a very common condition that Physiotherapists treat.
Shoulder Pain Shoulder Pain
Signs of Shoulder Pain may include restriction in the movements of the shoulder, both active (the person doing them themselves) and passive (the joint being moved by someone else). Upward motion is usually less than 100 degrees.
Back Pain Back Pain
Physiotherapists are uniquely qualified to restore the health of your joints, muscles, nerves and connective tissues. Physiotherapy techniques focused on your back may relieve the pressure that is causing your back pain.
Headaches Headaches
If you’re a sufferer of chronic headaches or migraines, you don’t need convincing that they’re one of the most painful, debilitating conditions you could possibly suffer. But what causes migraines?

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Endurance Recovery

Congratulations to all those that have taken part in the Wings for Life World Run 2017! On Sunday night close to 3500 participants took part in the run at 9pm, running as far as they possibly could before a ‘Catcher Car’ passed – signifying the...

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Physical activity, we all need it, but how many of us do it?

Over the last week the World Masters Games were hosted in Auckland, New Zealand.  These Games are the largest multi-sport event in the world, held every four years and most sports are open to ages 30+.  There are 28 sports in the Games and most don’t...

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Golf Injury Prevention

Have you caught the golfing bug after watching the Masters or are you a regular golfer? Either way this short blog may be of interest to you. Below we describe some key elements to the golf swing and outline some ways to train for better performance...

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