PEAK PHYSIO SPECIAL OFFERS 2018
We would like to acknowledge all of our loyal clients for your extreme patience and tolerance during the road upgrades and changes around town, as well as your ongoing support to Peak Physio. We would like to say a little THANK YOU to you all:
If you are reading this and are suffering from low back pain, you are not alone. Currently you are a part of the club with 540 million other people, or 7.3% of the global population, suffering from low back pain at any one time. So what’s the current evidence guiding practice? Read more
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28th June 2018
26th July 2018
30th August 2018
With over 200 types of headaches and migraines now classified, research has shown that different headache and migraine conditions may share a common disorder e.g. they are not seperate conditions.
So if we can effectively learn to treat headaches by influencing that common thread that defines them, that means we may be able to have an effect across the entire range of headaches that exist.
“Everything in the human body is connected”. You may have heard this phrase before, and it is particularly relevant when talking about the connective tissues and the fascia. This is the basis of Craniosacral Therapy (CST). Read more
Australian rules football, rugby union, rugby league, netball, soccer, and skiing. All sports synonymous with Winter sport within Australia. What you may not know is that these sports are also most frequently associated with anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) ruptures within Australian sport (Janssen et al, 2011). A recent study conducted by Zbrojkiewicz, Vertullo, and Grayson (2018) looked at the rates of ACL reconstruction within young Australian’s between 2000-2015. As the Winter sports season has just kicked off, it is important to be aware of their findings and how they may impact you.
What is “Dry Needling”
Is it acupuncture? How are they different?
Do I want to try it?
You have just rolled your ankle, you heard a ‘crack’, now your ankle is starting to swell and go red, and the pain is building up. Maybe you first noticed your pain after a hard gym session, or a day in the garden. Or maybe you don’t know how your pain started, it just did. All you know is that you feel pain and want it to go away. But what is pain? Why does it start? And what can we do to fix it?
Are you climbing your number of years in age faster than you can climb the stairs?
Do you feel that your body is not what it used to be?
Have you had any recent falls or perhaps a near miss?
Do you feel that your physical capacity and ability is hindering other important aspects of your life?
We can help!
Pilates developed the exercises with the goal to avoid strain or pain through attention to detail and precision. Flow of movement is sustained as well as using full range of motion to encourage lengthening out of your body as you work it. Read more