Squats and Deadlifts. What suits you???

Squats and Deadlifts: Best techniques for your body structure

Squats and Deadlifts are two of the most common exercises you will see in the gym and prescribed by your exercise focused professionals. If you took a generalised opinion across random people in the gym and asked them what is a squat and what is a deadlift, you will get vastly different definitions from each…

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Is your ‘normal’ enough and how do you know?

After any injury, pain or illness we experience, we want to get back to normal. Our natural healing system plays a critical role in any of these scenarios and there will always be a minimum amount of time1 that it takes for your body to recover, tissues to heal, to regain movement, to regain confidence…

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Groin Pain: In Football

If you play one of the football codes (Soccer, AFL, Rugby League or Union), chances are you have already or may in the future experience some groin pain. One study of almost 700 sub-elite male football players reported 50% of players had experienced groin pain in the previous season (Thorborg et al. 2017). Groin pain…

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Injuries In Street Dancers. A Guide to Injury Recovery & Prevention.

Street dance encompasses many different styles of dance, all with their own unique history, culture, and evolution over time. PhysioTec’s dance physiotherapists regularly assess and develop dance injury prevention and management programs for dancers. This blog will highlight some common street dance injuries and what you can do to prevent or recover from these injuries…

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Knee Osteoarthritis: Myths vs Facts

First, let’s start out by outlining what osteoarthritis is. Osteoarthritis is a very common condition, affecting the entire body, but mostly the articular cartilage (cartilage which covers the ends of bones). Cartilage has a smooth surface, allowing bones to slide easily on each other with movement. In the knee joint, there are also some extra…

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Whole-Body Strength Training – For Cyclists

As a cyclist, you’re constantly joking about only needing “legs and lungs”. The goal of a cyclist is to be as light as possible, with the highest amount of power to weight ratio coming from the legs, pushing into the pedals. That is why there are plenty of memes out there of cyclists with stick…

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Muscle Loss and Ageing – Use it or Lose it!

We all know the importance of maintaining bone strength as we get older, and the importance of bone strength in maintaining independence, and reducing our falls and fracture risk. But what about muscle strength? In a previous blog, we discussed low bone density and its strong correlation to falls risk. In this blog, we will…

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Telehealth Physiotherapy – Here to Stay

COVID-19 brought plenty of changes to our lives in 2020, including the way we deliver physiotherapy at PhysioTec. Telehealth allowed our physiotherapists to continue providing tailored treatments and essential support during the lockdown period, via online video consultations. If you are new to Telehealth and would like to learn more, click here. The uptake of…

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What Exercises Can I do at Home After Having a Baby

Find our physio clinic in Brisbane Tarragindi Our Brisbane Physiotherapy Clinic, services areas including: Brisbane, Tarragindi, Mount Gravatt, Holland Park, Rocklea, Yeronga, Annerley, Camp Hill, Carindale, Coorparoo, Salisbury, Sunnybank, Greenslopes, Seven Hills, Acacia Ridge, Indooroopilly, Woolloongabba, etc. Book An Appointment Because of our expertise in hip conditions, dance injuries and performance, and hypermobility, we also…

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Pregnancy, Pelvic Pain & Safely Returning to Running

Find our physio clinic in Brisbane Tarragindi Our Brisbane Physiotherapy Clinic, services areas including: Brisbane, Tarragindi, Mount Gravatt, Holland Park, Rocklea, Yeronga, Annerley, Camp Hill, Carindale, Coorparoo, Salisbury, Sunnybank, Greenslopes, Seven Hills, Acacia Ridge, Indooroopilly, Woolloongabba, etc. Book An Appointment Because of our expertise in hip conditions, dance injuries and performance, and hypermobility, we also…

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