Put your pain in the past and your treatment timetable in the present So, how often do you actually need treatment? The answer is unique for everyone as it depends on your lifestyle, current condition and what your goals are.  If you are doing some self-maintenance and just...

Covid restrictions are easing and that means we can all start getting back on track with our exercise routines. Now that we are all going back to the gym, playing sports and swimming to burn off those extra covid-19 pounds, it is important to consider...

Do you find yourself feeling more fatigued when it's warmer? Do you feel like workouts are harder on your body in the summer? It could be that you’re not staying as hydrated as you would during the other seasons. Dehydration occurs when you use or lose more...

Remedial massage therapy in Australia is certainly growing in popularity but also in its value as a legitimate complementary health therapy. In fact, the National Employment data reveals that there are over 19,000 massage therapists in Australia and it's expected that this number will grow...

When we injure ourselves there is more than just bone or muscle to consider Have you ever rolled your ankle? How long did it take to heal? Why so long?  If it isn't bone or muscle, what else could it be? LIGAMENTS!  These structures still baffle the scientific...

Essential techniques for your at-home pain management toolkit If you ever feel that your muscles are achy or tight and you can’t wait until your next treatment there are many things you can do at home to help manage your pain. In fact, self-administered treatment has...

To get the best treatment, you need to find the source of the pain There are so many parts to the knee, how do I know what is causing my pain? The cause of your knee pain is very relevant to the location on the knee. The...

Adding massage therapy to your mental health toolkit Whether it’s through social awareness, knowing someone with a mental health issue or experiencing a tough time yourself, mental health is becoming an ever prevalent part of our consciousness.  With 45% of Australians aged between 16-85 having experienced...

It's time to let that lower back pain be spineless and use movement to back you up! What have you been doing to improve your lower back pain?. As Joseph Pilates once said “A man is as young as his spinal column". More and more studies...

It is time to take the weight off your shoulders and get that pain fixed! No doubt there has been some point in life where you’ve experienced shoulder pain.  This could have been from multiple things such as overuse, putting your shoulder under strain in a...