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10 Oct 2019

Money Back Guarantee

At Physionorth we pride ourselves on the delivery of only the highest quality Physiotherapy, Massage, and Exercise Physiology services. We live by the philosophy that if YOU are not happy then WE are not happy. If for some reason you...

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30 Sep 2019

Is Your Bump Becoming A Pain In The...?

Pregnancy is a very special time for women. There are not only physical, but emotional and mental changes as well. Women feel tired very often and can experience pain and aches never felt before because the body is changing.  This may...

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24 Sep 2019

Are You Getting The Most Out of Your Massage Experience?

We’ve had a lot of new patients visit the clinic recently and many of them haven’t ever had a massage before. As strange as this may sound to some, many people have never experienced the benefits of remedial massage before....

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16 Aug 2019

Do you know how to 'thumbs up'? (Thumb and wrist injuries)

Ok, everyone knows how to give a thumbs up, but do you REALLY know how to give a thumbs up? To do this we need to focus on the Abductor Pollicus Longus, a muscle of the forearm. This muscle gives us...

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6 Aug 2019

5 Tips to Help You Hike Without Pain

Tim has recently returned home after spending a week trekking in the Sumatran jungle and has come up with 5 tips for preventing pains and getting the most out your trek/ hike.      1. Planning This is probably the most...

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18 Jul 2019

5 Simple Exercises to Improve Your Trail Running

Do want to improve your trail running? Our resident Exercise Physiologist, Tim, takes you through 5 simple exercises and strategies to get you performing your best when conquering the trails.   Triple Flexion  Learn and become strong in a position of...

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18 Jul 2019

Safe Exercise During Pregnancy

During the early 1900s, there was no such thing as exercising during pregnancy.  Women were kept in a state of confinement with prolonged bed rest being advocated. Fast forward 120 years and times have changed in regards to our belief...

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17 Jul 2019

The Dancer’s Hip

A dancer’s hip is required to go through extreme ranges of motion. In order to achieve this, the hip must have adequate strength and control to allow these positions without discomfort or injury. Furthermore, these positions are expected from a...

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