Description We have an exciting opportunity for a junior or experienced Physiotherapist to join our team. Commencing immediately and working on a part time basis, the role will involve a minimum of 4 hours on a Saturday supporting our busy schedule Physio-led Exercise classes plus in rooms physiotherapy. We also have some evening shifts available if…

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We are a family friendly Physiotherapy Practice with three receptionists and four Physiotherapists. We are looking for an intelligent, mature, reliable and multi-tasking person to manage non-clinical elements of the business. Must show initiative and have some understanding of book keeping, social media and email marketing. Good phone manner and customer service skills are vital.…

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Winter sports are starting back up, pre-season training has now been happening for a number of weeks and competitions are about to kick off… This is often a time where injuries can happen with a change in load on our body tissues with our bodies not necessarily being conditioned to the demands of our sports…

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Did you know… 79% of Australians are affected by low back pain in their life time? (Walker, Muller & Grant, 2004). For most people, their low back pain won’t be harmful, will require minimal intervention (Brox et al, 2008) and will resolve itself. 82% of people return to work within one month (Pengel et al,…

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What is cervical radiculopathy?Cervical radiculopathy is often referred to as a ‘pinched nerve’ which causes pain in the neck or arm with additional weakness, numbness or changes of sensation in the shoulder or along the arm. What causes cervical radiculopathy?Cervical radiculopathy generally occurs when the root of one of the nerves exiting the spine becomes…

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Busy preparing for the most awaited event, the Melbourne Marathon?  But wait, have you had a chance to think about the recovery plan post marathon?  Many people who train for a marathon, whether they are experienced competitors or first time runners, overlook the importance of how to manage their body after the run. After completing…

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What is it? A wry neck is a condition that causes pain and stiffness on one side of the neck. The onset is generally quick and people often report waking up and being unable to turn their head.    What Causes it?   Wry necks often occur after a sharp movement of the neck or sleeping…

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If you have never seen a physio or allied health practitioner before or are simply new to our clinic, you may be unsure of what to expect from your initial physio appointment. We understand that this can be a bit of a daunting process for some and we want to make sure that you leave…

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