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PhysioHealth Practitioner of the Month

David Cheung

David Cheung has over 5 years experience as a physiotherapist and consults from our Kew and Mount Waverley clinics. David holds a special interest in shoulder problems. David regularly attends conferences, courses, and reads 300 academic papers a year. He … Continue reading

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Justin McEvoy on his Rio adventures

Being the Senior Physiotherapist for the Australian Swimming Team at the Rio Olympic Games is the pinnacle of my 28 year career as a Sports Physiotherapist. Since my return many people have asked: “What was the most notable or ‘best’ … Continue reading

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PhysioHealth Practitioner of the Week

Our practitioner of the week is Hannah Cairns. Hannah has always been an avid sports player and was involved in a variety of sports growing up and has spent a bit of time as a patient herself. Hannah enjoys treating … Continue reading

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Foam Rolling

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

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Growing Pains & growth associated injuries

As Physiotherapists we are often asked, what are growing pains? Can my child still play sport with growing pains? What can I do to ease growing pains? Growing pain associated injuries are caused by an inflammation/ irritation of the growth … Continue reading

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