Why You Should No Longer Ice an Injury (and What to Do Instead of RICE)
Hands up if you try to do the right thing and ice an injury? Even if you don’t it’s widely known you probably Read more.
Research: Find Better Health and Wellbeing With a Small Dose of Nature
Do you want to improve your sense of good health and wellbeing? Well the results of a recent study suggest it may be Read more.
Research: Tattoos Have This Distinct Effect on Your Ability to Sweat
Tattoos and body art are now big business. The tattoo industry alone is pushing $2 billion in yearly income, which has almost doubled Read more.
11 Physical Signs the Modern World Is Taking Its Toll (And How to Fight Back)
The modern world looks a little different to the one we inherited 20-30 years ago. And the demands on the human body have Read more.
Comprehensive ACL Injury Guide: Save Your Knees By Freeing Up Your Ankles (ft. AFL Star Nic Naitanui)
If you’ve ever suffered an Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injury, you’ll appreciate just how devastating they can be. The long rehab, mental challenges Read more.
Fibromyalgia: A Powerful Perspective To Simplify a Complicated Condition
Before we discuss Fibromyalgia, I want to start things off with a quick disclaimer. The information in this article draws from my clinical Read more.
The Best Way to Stretch: Make Unparalleled Change with a Power Band
Hopefully you have some awareness of the power band. It’s a game-changer. Not to be confused with the controversial power band bracelets, the power Read more.
Achilles Tendonitis: Learn Why It’s Not Just an Achilles Tendon Injury
If you’re reading this there’s a strong chance you, or someone you know has Achilles tendonitis. And as a Physiotherapist (Physical Therapist) I Read more.
How to Get Better at Fortnite: 12 Unique Tips For a Competitive Edge
How amazing was the Fortnite World Cup!? Better still, how cool does Fortnite Season X look! Well, if you’re one of the 200 Read more.
Osgood Schlatter Disease: Recover Faster by Treating Your Back
Osgood Schlatter Disease (OSD) is a common cause of knee pain in children and young athletes. It’s traditionally categorized as growing pains yet Read more.