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In this edition  of the Move Better For Life Newsletter we want to bring your attention to a new program we are introducing,  Running Gait Analysis. We introduce our new Tamworth-based walking group led by our exercise physiologist Shane Snowden. Our Tamworth practice is already expanding and we are looking for physiotherapists for both our…

Welcome to the March edition of Move Better for Life. In this edition we look at getting fit with the grandkids, new research on osteoarthritis and running – it’s good news. We also introduce our new Tamworth Wellness Class – Gluco-cise. Our Tamworth practice is already expanding and we are looking for physiotherapists for both…

Welcome to the February edition of Move Better for Life. In this edition, we celebrate the opening of our new Tamworth clinic as we welcome on board, new staff and new clients! https://mailchi.mp/rusdenstreetphysio/move-better-for-life-february2019-2263421

Hi everyone, last week I talked about the latest treatment recommendations by the Royal Australian College of General Practitioners for people suffering osteoarthritis (OA) of the knee. This week I will take a look at the recommendations for OA of the hip. They are very similar but worth going over. The hip, unlike the knee…

Hi everyone. Today we’ll be looking at a fascinating part of the body: the shoulder. The shoulder is a ball-and-socket joint. Comprised of an intricate system of ligaments, tendons, muscles, and nerves, it is capable of a huge range of movement – the greatest range of motion of any joint in the body, in fact….

Hi all, let me ask you: have you ever given much thought to your tendons? A tendon is the flexible but inelastic cord of strong fibrous collagen tissue that attaches muscle to bone or other structure within the body (such as an eyeball). Most injuries to tendons are the result of gradual wear and tear…

Hi everyone, today we’ll be discussing one of the more common afflictions we see in our patients: lower back pain. When you have any sort of back pain, your core stabilisers (the small muscles adjacent to your spine – that’s the multifidus muscle, the transverse abdominus muscle, and the pelvic floor) don’t function very well….

Hi everyone – do you remember what a thrill it was to be on a team when you were a child? Playing sport is an excellent way to maintain physical wellbeing at any age. Unfortunately, some of us tend to go a bit too hard when we really shouldn’t, leading to injury. Injuries to weightbearing…

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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