Leaders in Physiotherapy and Physio-led Exercise


Physiotherapy for hip dysplasia in babies: a way to empower parents to help their little humans.

October 7, 2021

Congenital hip dysplasia is the most common disorder in infants and babies. Due to the current research and high volume of cases it is now possible to diagnose right from very early days of life of an infant.Even though it is so common and usually very well managed, it can be hard and overwhelming for new parents to deal with…

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Wry Neck

October 4, 2021

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 with your neck twisted or…

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What to expect from your physio appointment

September 6, 2021

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 Inner Strength Bayside feeling as…

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paedatric physio

Paediatric Physio – Physio For Little Humans

September 1, 2021

Did you know that our physio Urvi has a special interest in paediatric physio? Paediatric physiotherapy primarily comprises of exercises and techniques that help aid in the physical development of an infant through its adolescence. It mainly refers to the following: Those diagnosed with musculoskeletal conditions like wry neck, hip dislocations, club foot and neurological disorders such as Cerebral palsy,…

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Mums & Bubs Zoom Pilates

August 29, 2021

During this extended lockdown to help keep you moving our physio Caitlin will be running Mums and Bubs Pilates Classes via Zoom every Monday and Thursday @ 10am. These sessions will run for approximately 30 minutes for a cost of $25. No equipment required, just yourself, your baby and a comfy quiet space where you are able to set up…

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Dry July

We are Dry this July

July 14, 2021

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 will go directly to cancer…

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Frozen Shoulder: difficult to define, difficult to treat & difficult to explain

June 30, 2021

Frozen shoulder is characterised by a painful and stiff shoulder. The lining (capsule) of the shoulder becomes inflamed and stiff, causing shooting pain with certain arm movements such as lifting the arm. In most cases, it comes on gradually however, it can also come on without warning. Pain can be triggered by lifting, twisting, reaching back or injury to your…

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FREE Mums & Bubs Facebook Live Class

May 21, 2021

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 we will also incorporate some…

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Knee Osteoarthritis (OA)

April 30, 2021

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 cartilage occurs because 1) the…

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Is it safe to exercise during pregnancy?

March 26, 2021

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. 1. Women without contra-indications should…

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Post-natal, pandemic and perineal tears.

March 10, 2021

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 there. Pregnancy, although a beautiful…

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Tummy Separation

March 4, 2021

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 post-partum. It is also no…

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What our clients say

"Challenging personalised Pilates classes in a friendly and supportive environment. Thorough and professional physio services."

- Chris Arkey

"I have been doing clinical Pilates at InnerStrength of Bayside for more than 5 years and have always found the staff friendly and knowledgeable and the class environment friendly and inclusive. Highly recommended."

-Jasmine Evans

"The mums and bubs Pilates classes are fantastic at this clinic. Sings (who runs the classes) is wonderful at getting to know everyone's different needs and incorporating them into the class. It's a really friendly, supportive environment."

- Kate Brady