Dry Needling

Straight to the point!  You know that sore spot or trigger point that all us physios talk about?  What about that tight band of muscle that you just can’t roll out or target with your massage ball? Dry needling is your man.  It’ll get straight in there and clear that pain, tight point or band right up.  What are trigger points anyways?  A muscle is made up of hundreds of filaments that contract and relax every time we shorten and subsequently lengthen our muscles.  Through sustained postur...
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Returning to Sport – but hold up, not so fast! 

Return to sport
Read to the bottom to claim your gap free or 50% off return to sport appointment As restrictions are easing we all seem to be spotting the light at the end of the tunnel and wanting to just sprint towards it, but hold up! While I understand the excitement and share it with you all, we must remember that COVID has changed the many people’s routines. For some of us, this includes more time spent in the typical ’T-rex crouching in front of a laptop’-position, for others it may have been the lack o...
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Hand Sanitiser

SOLD AT COST PRICE Easy to dispense, fast, convenient, and effective hand sanitiser that saves water Made in Australia to World Health Organisation(WHO) Hand Sanitiser standards A fast-drying Alcohol based gel formulation that quickly kills bacteria Kills 99.9% of Bacteria 70% Alcohol as recommended by Australian Health Authorities As advertised Style and Bottle label may vary depending on when order is placed - Due to unprecedented COVID-19 demandHand Sanitiser  
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When should I see a Physio?

When should I see a physio?
A lot of people don't know when to see a physio. They might ask a friend or family member, google their condition (don't do it!) or just stick it out hoping for it to get better. Here are five tips to determine whether you should come in for an appointment: 1. I’ve sustained an acute injury If you have hurt yourself, it’s good to come in and let your physio assess the extent of your injury and give you tips on initial management. Some injuries might seem worse than they are, and others mi...
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How Long Will it Take to Get Better??

How long does it take to recover from injury
How long will it take to get better Phys? This is a question we get asked multiple times a day, every day. Firstly, every injury is different, as is every patient. It is not one size fits all or one magic potion. In saying that though, most injuries have similar patterns of recovery and rehabilitation. The first stage of physiotherapy is usually to decrease pain and inflammation and address any neuromotor deficits (like balance or coordination). This will be followed by regaining range ...
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Physiotherapy Treatment of Migraine and Headache

Headaches
Migraine and headaches can have a significant impact on the quality of life for those who suffer from them. Overcoming headaches and migraine relies on an accurate diagnosis of the cause of the problem. While significant research exists about the role the neck can play in headache and migraines, the neck is sometimes ignored as a possible cause of headaches and migraine. Physiotherapists at Rozelle Physio have undertaken special training in the Watson Headache Approach to provide effective...
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Gap Free/ 50% off Re-Assessment Session

Use the form below to book your gap free/ 50% off re-assessment session: This offer must be booked before 31/03/2020 window.addEventListener('message', function handleIFrameMessage (e) { var clinikoBookings = document.getElementById('cliniko-16003585'); if (typeof e.data !== 'string') return; if (e.data.search('cliniko-bookings-resize') > -1) { var height = Number(e.data.split(':')[1]); clinikoBookings.style.height = height + 50 + 'px'; } e.data.search('cliniko-bookings-page') > -1 && clinik...
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Running Retraining for Exercise and Performance

Running Injuries Physio
(Read to the end of the article if you have a running injury and would like to have a free initial consultation with a physiotherapist) Running is good for you. It boosts immune cells, heart and lung function, decreases insulin resistance and has been shown to decrease the rate of knee osteoarthritis. It has also been proven to decrease chronic systemic inflammation, not to mention preventing at least 25 other chronic conditions. It’s no wonder then that lots of people run – but as physiothe...
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Friends and Family 25% Off Initial Consultation Discount

Because you've been recommended by one of our wonderful patients, you get 25% off your initial consultation and treatment. Use the form below to book, or feel free to call us on (02) 9810-2839 if you have any questions. window.addEventListener('message', function handleIFrameMessage (e) { var clinikoBookings = document.getElementById('cliniko-37187518'); if (typeof e.data !== 'string') return; if (e.data.search('cliniko-bookings-resize') > -1) { var height = Number(e.data.split(':')[1]);...
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What are the Deep Hip Muscles and Why are They Important for Hip Pain?

Hip Physiotherapy
What are the deep hip muscles and why are they important? Many of us would have heard about the "core" muscles and how important they are for people with back pain, or about the "rotator cuff" muscles and their role in protecting the shoulder. But very few people, even those with hip pain, would have heard about the deep hip muscles and their role in protecting the hip joint. A group of Australian physiotherapists and leading researches have proposed that the deep hip muscles (glute med, g...
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