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Physiohealth have been working with the Melbourne Victory Women’s team for 11 years now and we were so excited to watch on as the team achieved the ultimate success this season (the first time in the club’s history). Physiohealth’s Sharbil … Continue reading
Many or our clients own and use a foam roller, or own and don’t use a foam roller, or ask if they should purchase a foam roller. At any good gym you will see foam rollers amongst the many devices … Continue reading
PhysioHealth’s own Justin McEvoy is currently in Kazan, Russia helping to prepare the Aussie Swimmers to achieve further gold in the pool. Justin has been a regular on Australian Swim Teams since the Pan Pacific Championships in 2002 and is … Continue reading
Scott’s main reason for becoming a physiotherapist was because of his experience as a National level swimmer. He spent a lot of time injured as opposed to competing, so got to know the physio world first hand, from a patient’s … Continue reading
Michael Coppo A Queenslander Michael loves cycling and football (the world game football he says). Michael loves treating sports injuries and applying the same principles to everyday peoples. Michael studied physiotherapy at James Cook University after becoming interested in physiotherapy … Continue reading
Stefanie Wong Stefanie is a physio at Physiohealth. Stefanie completed her Doctor of Physiotherapy degree at the University of Melbourne, after finishing her Bachelor of Biomedicine with a major in Pharmacology. She has a strong passion in sports and martial … Continue reading
This week our Physiohealth Practitioner of the week is Mitch Carney. Mitch is a physiotherapist at Physiohealth. Mitch grew up playing a range of sports – rugby union, soccer, cricket, swimming & golf! He enjoys working with a range of … Continue reading
Jeremy Cross analyses thoracic dysfunction; designing and re-designing the art of longevity in golf Thoracic (Upper Back) Rotation By Jeremy Cross Now up and running, the PhysioHealth Golf Performance Enhancement™ (GPE™) program has been moving forward with leaps and bounds. … Continue reading
Kendo is the traditional Japanese art of swordsmanship, and is translated literally as “the way of the sword”. Kendo practitioners are referred to as kendoka or kenshi. Kendo is regularly practiced to discipline the human character by applying the principles … Continue reading
Last week HCC launched the new HCC Physiohealth social/training ride on Yarra Boulevard which will run weekly on Thursday mornings at 6:00AM. There will be two meeting points: 6:00AM … Continue reading
PhysioHealth’s Sharbil Wehbe talks with Darren Flood from Rocktape Australia to talk about their muscle tape that all our patients are loving.
Here’s Physiohealths Physiotherapist Cara at the Big Bay Swim talking about the most common injuries she saw come through the Physiohealth tent on Sunday!
Katie Flatters Katie started her career in 2010 in London before travelling and settling in Australia. Katie was lucky enough to travel back to London to work at the 2012 Olympic Games with the Beach Volleyball. Katie is passionate about … Continue reading
A hat-trick from Racheal Quigley has secured Melbourne Victory a place in the 2014 Westfield W-League finals series, defeating Newcastle Jets 4-0 at Kingston Heath Soccer Complex last Saturday. Quigley completed her treble in the 69th minute with substitute Beattie … Continue reading
Gema Simon’s late equaliser earns Melbourne Victory a share of the points against Sydney FC. By Cameron Laundry Sydney FC and Melbourne Victory played out the season’s first draw to complete Round 4, in what was Matildas coach Alen Stajcic’s … Continue reading
Amelia successfully completed her Run Melbourne journey for the 10km She didn’t quite make it under 50 minutes – official time came in at 51.25. She took 3 minutes of her personal best so it’s smiles all round! Next up … Continue reading
Amelia chats with her coach Greg from Krunchies health and fitness. She’s put in the hard yards and we have no doubt that she’ll smash her goal time of 50 minutes this coming Sunday at The Age Run Melbourne. Raceplan … Continue reading
Amelia is joined by her running coach Greg from Krunchies Health & Fitness to talk about Taper. There’s a lot of confusion out there about Taper so Greg is here to clear up the confusion! Greg wants Amelia to keep … Continue reading
Amelia Tregear Amelia has a keen interest in low back and neck pain as well as sporting injuries stemming from her background in competitive swimming. Since retiring from competitive swimming Amelia has enjoyed working as team Physiotherapist for the Victorian … Continue reading
Amelia sits down with her personal trainer Greg Porter from Krunchies Health & Fitness to discuss her program for the next couple of weeks leading up to the Run Melbourne 10km run. Over the next 5 weeks the intervals will … Continue reading
Entries NOW OPEN for the Yarrawonga Mulwala Multi Sport Festival. 18th & 19th October 2014 Featuring: Standard Distance (OD) Triathlon National Qualifier & State Championships Aquathlon National Qualifier & State Championships Open Water Swim 2.5km/5km YarraMul Half Marathon Family Fun … Continue reading
Amelia is over halfway through her training program where she is training run 10km in under 50 minutes in the Melbourne Run Melbourne. She’s finding she’s slightly off the pace at the moment but the training is going well. Slight … Continue reading
A few weeks ago Amelia met with her running coach Greg from Krunchies Health & Fitness. Greg took Amelia through a series of exercises to determine areas of weakness in her running form. Last week we posted the results of … Continue reading
This Week Amelia sits down with Cory from Physiohealth to discuss the results from her screening and some exercises to remedy some of the issues identified. Last week Amelia went through a screening (next weeks post) to identify any areas … Continue reading
In this video Cory takes a look at Amelia’s running technique and identifies area that she may be able to make adjustment to reduce her risk of injury as well as increase her efficiency. Amelia will need these tips if … Continue reading
Amelia Tregear from Physiohealth is embarking on a challenge for Run Melbourne. Her goal is to run 10km in under 50 minutes, and she’s got 10 weeks to get there. Amelia, Cory & Amelia’s running coach will be taking her … Continue reading
Iron Man Melbourne Ben Larsson – 09 hr 16 min 56 sec Tim French- 09 hr 38 min 43 sec Nicole Hart- 09 hr 39 min 38 sec Rob McManus- 09 hr 55 min 52 sec Vaughan Bradshaw- 10 hr … Continue reading
Due to demand we are opening our Essendon clinic on Saturday afternoons, and our Williamstown clinic on Sunday afternoons – head over to our online booking to make an appointment of call our friendly reception team.
Andy completed his half iron man challenge last weekend! Andy sits down with Cory from Physiohealth to reflect on his experience! Andy talks about just how big the challenge was, how he fitted the training schedule into his life and … Continue reading
Congratulations Andy on your Half Iron Man Challenge!
This week our Physiohealth Practitioner of the week is Peter Gavalas. Peter is a physio at Physiohealth. Peter graduated at Latrobe University with a Masters in Physiotherapy. Peter’s interest in Physiotherapy came from his experience as an athlete himself both … Continue reading
2 weeks to go! Andy sits down with Mat from ETPA to go through some of the large race bricks that he has completed over the last few weeks and the main thing that Andy has been focusing on – … Continue reading
Andy is talking to Rob Duncan from club warehouse about what products Andy can use to give him the edge in his training recovery. Rob believes that BV Calf Compression socks will give Andy the edge in his recovery. This … Continue reading
Andy is into week 11 of his 16 week training schedule – not long to go! This week Andy is chatting with Mat from ETPA about nutrition on race day and what he should be eating in the lead up … Continue reading
This week we have a video analysis of Andy running with Cory from Physiohealth providing commentary. Looking good Andy! Here is Andy running from front view: Here is Andy running from back view: And from side on:
Andy sits down with Cory Prout from Physiohealth to discuss some tightness in his ITB. Andy is into Week 8 of his prep for Challenge Melbourne in February. Andy hasn’t had any troubles with training but has noticed a bit … Continue reading
Andy is into week 7 of his training program – nearly half way! This week he is having a chat with Mat Tippett from ETPA. Andy survived (only just) his first big volume period. Week 6 saw Andy fall just shy … Continue reading
This week Andy chat with Cory Prout from Physiohealth about some of the issues he’s been having with his calves and his lower limbs. Andy has had some calf tension over the past couple of weeks – he’s managed it … Continue reading
Andy chats with Mat Tippett from EPTA. Andy has finished his fourth week of training – 12 to go! First four weeks down – how has Andy gone? Andy completed the Noosa Tri in 33 degrees last weekend. This was … Continue reading
Andy is into week 4 of his training for his half iron man in February. After completing the Noosa Tri last weekend Andy had a bike fit with Justin from Physiohealth to work on his cycling technique. Justin has some … Continue reading
Here’s Mat Tippett from ETPA and Andy chatting about his training to date and discussing what Andy has coming up over the next 2 weeks. Andy’s updated training program for week 3 and 4 can be found here on the … Continue reading
Andy’s Half Iron Man 16 week challenge has began. Mat Tippett from ETPA sits down with Andy and talks about what is coming up in his first two weeks of training. Andy started week 1 off with the Melbourne half marathon … Continue reading
Mat Tippett from ETPA has a chat with Andy. Prior to Andy’s program starting next week Mat and Andy sit down and discuss Andy’s goals and his training and injury history. Half Iron Man – 16 weeks – 3 goals … Continue reading
Never Say Never by Amelia Tregear When I first met Kate at the beginning of 2011 she had spent the past 15months living in a Nursing Home. After being diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis in 1995 Kate’s function gradually declined. By age … Continue reading
Osler demonstrates how to progress core strength exercises program with a bridging with kicking exercise. This is particularly good for soccer players as we input a kicking movement into this exercise.
Scott from Physio Health demonstrates a stretch to help loosen the hamstring. This stretch helps loosen the nerve that runs down the back and leg.