Tendon pain

Tendons are resilient rope-like structures that connect muscle to bone. It is made up of thousands of fibres interwoven together to create a strong structure. Tendons are strong and adaptable, They can withstand and adapt to high load if given enough time to adapt. When the stress on a tendon increases too quickly, exceeding what…

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post natal exercise

A warm congrats to our new mums on the birth of your child. It is indeed a joyful moment of your life, but you can’t deny that pregnancy has taken a toll on your body. During the postnatal period you might experience back pain, abdominal separation, reduced core strength, weight gain, reduced stamina, and pelvic…

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We have an exciting opportunity for a junior or experienced Physiotherapist to join our team. Commencing immediately and working on a full or part basis, the role will involve a minimum of 20 hours of in rooms physiotherapy as well as supporting our busy schedule of Physio-led Exercise classes, including Group Physio (Clinical Pilates) and Mums &…

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Dry July

Inner Strength has an amazing opportunity this year to make life better for people affected by cancer in our area and we would love you to support us in this mission. The PINC & STEEL Foundation are a major beneficiary of the Dry July campaign this year, which means ALL funds raised by our team…

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Join our Physio Caitlin for a 20-30 minute post-natal strengthening session on Monday 24th at 1.30pm via Facebook Live @innerstrengthbayside SHARE WITH MUMMA YOUR FRIENDS! This class will help you regain strength and tone to help you deal with the demands of being a new Mum. The exercises are designed to include your baby and…

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What is OA?Osteoarthritis is a disease that most commonly affects the knees, hips and finger joints. The disease affects the whole joint but specifically impacts the cartilage in your knee that covers the end of the bones (known as articular cartilage), causing it to become thin and fragile. What causes OA?The damage to the articular…

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There is often concern among pregnant women about how much and what type of exercise they should be doing whilst they are growing a human being inside their womb. In 2020, The Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Obstetricians and Gynaecologists (RANZCOG) updated their guidlines on Exercise in Pregnancy. This includes 6 main recommendations.…

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If you are a new mum and you have endured pregnancy, childbirth and postpartum during this pandemic then I want to reach out to you and give you a big hug. Dear Mumma, you made it through and be proud of yourself! And if you are pregnant and the pandemic is still relevant, hang in…

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Let’s talk about what’s often referred to as abdominal separation, otherwise medically known as Diastasis Recti Abdominis or DRAM. First things first – You are not alone! 66-100% of women experience some form of tummy muscle separation in their 3rd trimester and half of those women will continue to have it for approximately 3 months…

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