We believe strongly in sharing knowledge to improve health, increase performance and reduce injury in the community. Our free workshops are designed to provide great tips and information for different ages, skill levels and roles within the community.
We believe that the key to happiness is living a full, active and healthy life. It is our aim to help people of all ages, from school kids to retirees, get active, improve their fitness and live life to the fullest. That's why we support the brand new NSW Government Active Kids Program.
Holidays, a time to rest, relax, recover and prepare for the next 12 months; back to school preparations for most are in full swing. Heading to school, for the first time or returning to school, meeting new classmates and teachers can be a really exciting time for your children.
World continence week is June 19 - 25. It aims to challenge the myth that incontinence is an inevitable part of childbirth or getting old. It encourages people to seek help rather that suffer in silence. Yes - incontinence can be associated with pregnancy, childbirth and menopause, but it can affect women of all ages, causing social isolation, financial stress and anxiety.
It is hard to ignore the fact mornings are getting colder and days are getting darker. It is less than 1 MONTH away from opening day of the Snow Season. Every year at Active Physio we unfortunately spend far too much time rehabilitating ski and snowboarding injuries that may have been prevented.
We are excited to announce that we are a partner in this year’s Privacy Awareness Week (PAW) — the largest campaign in the Asia Pacific that raises awareness on privacy issues and how personal information can be better protected.
At Active Physiotherapy we believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to live their best life. We hope the NDIS and Active Physiotherapy can help you to achieve your goals and take part in all the things you love.
This is one joint that people dread injuring. It accounts for a high number of games missed from sport (AFL injury survey 2015) and has a predictable long-term cost to the individual and society (Roe, J et. al., 2016).
Here at Active Physiotherapy we believe strongly in sharing knowledge to improve health, increased performance and reduce injury in the community. We are running 4 Free community education sessions over the next 6 weeks.
Holidays, a time to rest, relax, recover and more often than not run after the children as they find ways to enjoy the holidays: however all good things must come to an end. Here we have listed a few tips on backpacks, school shoes and keeping children active.
In today’s modern society of smart phones and video games, the health of our youth is more important than ever. Active Physiotherapy is now offering a Youth Pilates class as an opportunity for adolescents to create healthy habits for life.
Active Pilates is set to launch a new term of Clinical Pilates!
This 10 week program features an individually tailored class, with a focus on strength and conditioning, postural awareness and corrections, as well as injury prevention, using equipment based exercise.
Picture this.. Standing up from lunch on day 1, battered and bruised, quads dead, calves burning and feeling as though the last 4 hours have added 15 years. If this sounds familiar, commit to making changes to avoid it this year.