Move Better for Life – April 2020 Newsletter

ISOLATION EXERCISE Safe at home but missing out on the benefits of exercise? It is important to continue to focus on your physical health so you can move better for life. For now we can’t offer you face to face wellness classes so our exercise physiology team have put together two short sessions for you…

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Ramblin For Renal

RAMBLIN FOR RENAL In this edition we’d like to invite you to attend our fundraiser event in support of our very own Nicki Scholes-Robertson who will be Ramblin for Renal to raise funds for the Armidale Renal Unit & RPA Transplant Institute. We’d love to see you there. We’d also like to share how our…

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Taking a holistic approach to your health

In this edition of our newsletter we look at how your treatment program can benefit from a holistic approach. We introduce our new treatment service dry needling, and have included a great video featuring former Hawks player, Xavier Ellis on how it all works. [linkarea background_color=”” hover_color=”accent1″ href=”” target=”_self” icon=”” icon_color=”accent6″ icon_size=”62″ image=””] Read our…

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Remedial Massage Now Available at Rusden Street Physio

  [column width=”5/6″ last=”true” title=”” title_type=”single” animation=”none” implicit=”true”] We are pleased to announce that Rusden St Physio now offers Remedial Massage. This new service aligns with our philosophy of providing you the best all-round care so you can move better for life. Remedial Massage is not typically a relaxation massage. Rather it examines and identifies…

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We are moving!

We are moving! From the 3 March 2017 we will be located at 210 A Rusden Street. You will find us next door to Douglas Pathology and directly opposite Rusden Street Medical Practice.

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Back to Backpacks

Most kids will have gone back to school last week, which prompts the morning news and health TV shows to once again bring up children’s health and well-being at school. In the news the last couple of weeks there has been the debate over heavy school backpacks and the number of books and clothes kids may…

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