Losing some of our balance is part of the ageing process. This can become a problem for older adults, making them more susceptible to falls and injury. The good news?...

Arthritis is a broad term describing a range of inflammatory conditions affecting bones, muscles and joints. Symptoms often include pain, stiffness, swelling and redness in affected joints. Around 3.9 million...

Before we answer the question of the article let me first explain the components of the pelvis, or pelvic girdle.   The pelvic girdle is made up of the sacrum, coccyx and the...

Musculoskeletal disorders are among the most prevalent long-term illnesses, and account for more pain and disability than any other medical condition. The most commonly reported musculoskeletal complaint is Low Back...

Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Kitty Chao, sets the record straight on an underutilized rehabilitation practice.   *Please note, it is always important to consult an appropriate professional before engaging in any exercise, should...

Exercise plays a pivotal role in the management and treatment of arthritis, but it is important to minimise the impact running can have on the joints – and actually enjoy...

Fast-track your return to sport or other activity, by being proactive with your injury recovery.   When a soft tissue structure becomes injured, this usually results in omission from activity until such...

  Neck pain is a growing problem with the infiltration of technological advances: resulting in increased incidents of neck pain and injuries and wreaking havoc to people’s quality of life.   It has been widely accepted...