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What’s that knee pain I get when I run?

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  It’s called Ilio-Tibial-Band Friction Syndrome (ITBFS) and it is quite common. The knee is the most commonly injured body part in runners, making up 25% of all running injuries.…

Booooo! Halloween is coming

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Stop carving pumpkins and start eating them Pumpkins not only make great Halloween decorations, but also provide some great nutritional benefits. Continue reading to find out more

The three things pregnant women dream of

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The three things pregnant women dream most of during their first trimester are frogs, worms and potted plants. Pregnancy hormones can cause mood swings, cravings and many other unexpected changes.…

Why aren’t my glutes working?

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The glutes (or butt muscles) are the strongest leg extensors in the body and if not functioning correctly will put extra load on other muscles within the body. A recent…

The best hamstring exercises revealed

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Hamstring injuries are the most common sporting injury worldwide, but how do we stop them, and how to we stop them happening again once they have occurred. Recent studies on…

14 myths about back pain debunked

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BACK pain is a bigger health problem in Australia than in any other country in the world and will affect at least 80 per cent of us during our lifetimes.…

Off to Rio

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Best wishes for Ahmed Kelly as he heads off to Rio! In the past few months our Physiotherapist Ben Lennard has had the pleasure of treating Ahmed Kelly. Nicknamed “Liquid Nails” (because…

Winter Warm Up

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I really love CrossFit and I go to the gym to lift weights but as the Melbourne winter fully sets in it gets harder and harder for me to get…

Why is my muscle “tight”

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Why is my muscle tight? As a treating Osteopath at Fitzroy North Premier Sports & Spinal Medicine,  I hear this question every day. There can be many reasons that cause…

The Asymmetry Myth by Adam Rose

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Experiencing shoulder or back pain? You may have noticed that one leg is longer than the other or one shoulder is higher. You may not be experiencing pain. You may…