In one of our recent workshops, we discussed exercising with pain and we based our discussion on Prof Lorimer Moseley’s definition of pain:
“Pain is an unpleasant feeling that is felt somewhere […]
Whether you are looking to relieve tension, relax tight muscles or take some time for yourself, many people really enjoy receiving a massage. I am often asked by patients which […]
I had the pleasure of attending the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) ‘meet and greet’ new grads last week. With Shana-Lee on maternity leave, Craig up to speed, and myself trying […]
The final destiny of the aged spine is to eventually succumb to the relentless force of gravity. This final position will almost always involve some form of stooping over and this […]
Thank you to Prof Michelle Sterling who presented her work on whiplash at our weekly Sydney University Arthritis and Musculoskeletal Research Group meeting yesterday. Michelle is the associate director […]
Since commencing my PhD a few years back and completing my Harvard Clinical Research Course last year I have had the opportunity to assist a leading European rehabilitation journal as […]
City2Surf time is always a busy time for physiotherapists. The walking, hobbling, limping wounded “runners” start dribbling into the clinic quite a few weeks before race day. Probably a week […]
Learn more about scoliosis in preparation for the International Scoliosis Awareness Day on Saturday 24 June 2017
What is scoliosis?
Scoliosis is a spine deformity; more specifically it is defined […]
As joyful as those first few weeks are with your little newborn, mastitis is a common hurdle for breastfeeding. Mothers, especially first time mums, are often under the impression […]
What if after starting a new exercise program you feel that dreaded pull and tightness in the back of your thigh? Hamstring injuries are the plague of athletes from […]
Journey Through Scoliosis
The unbelievable gift of the healing professions is that it allows one to partake in the journey of healthcare. I am once again on a journey, but this time returning […]
I do write, I really do write. The prolonged silence on my blog has more to do with the my not uploading my writing than a lack of words written. […]
Normally I really look forward to getting on board these flights. I look forward to the time I have to write. I sit back start typing and ramble on… This […]
OMG!! As my daughter Gabrielle would say. I really need to schedule time to write more often. I was looking forward to getting on this plane so that I could […]
2013 is almost over and life continues. I am progressing with my discussions with Sydney University and hopefully will have a formalised project starting next year.
Unfortunately last month, one of […]
Wow, time has flown. Its already October. I have been meaning to put something down in the blog but have been so incredibly busy its been hard to find the […]
Another flight. its been a few months since my last one.
This time it’s to Chicago. SOSORT which is the international society of conservative treatment for spinal deformity has its conference […]
Shana-Lee has returned back (part time) from maternity leave. It’s wonderful to have her back and see how she works with our patients. We had an intersting case this month. […]
My friend Jonathan accosted me few days ago… he asked where the most recent Rant was. Sorry, I have been remiss in posting. Here is my ramble from December January..
OK. listen up!!!
We know all about scoliosis. The internet is full of information and there is more than enough “stuff” to educate till confusion but at some stage we […]