Why Keiser is better: When you hear the words Keiser Pneumatic Technology, I’m sure you’re thinking what the hell is that? I’m here to tell you that at Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicinetherapy and Sports Medicine, you can get access to some of the most comfortable and effective rehabilitation equipment on the market. From […]
Premier Daniel Andrews has confirmed that Victoria will begin a five-day stage four lockdown from 11:59pm Friday 12th February to 11:59pm Wednesday 17th February, in response to fears the “hyper-infectious” UK strain is spreading faster than contact tracers can keep up. To our Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine community, We wanted to update you […]
Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine is absolutely thrilled to welcome patients back to our COVID-Safe clinic from Thursday 18th February.
Victoria will end its five-day lockdown from midnight on Wednesday night, with Premier Daniel Andrews announcing that almost all restrictions would be lifted and that “this circuit breaker has worked”.
As we see more patients presenting with a neck, back and hip pain, Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine has put together some easy stretches and exercises to help alleviate pain and bring back more movement and function.
As Victoria has finished a third lockdown period, we’ve reflected on what we’ve learned in developing our Telehealth services to continue delivering optimal patient outcomes.
With a spike in general tennis participation, this often comes with a spike in common tennis injuries. Physiotherapy can help you unlock your sudden, recurring or ongoing injuries to get back into the match.
It is an easy process to claim Medicare rebates at Melbourne CBD Physiotherapy and Sports Medicine. Here are the steps you can take to receive subsidised physiotherapy care.
What your pain is trying to tell you isn’t always clear cut. How can you tell the difference between post-session soreness and suspecting an injury? At what point do you consider a visit to the physio? And how much pain is good pain?
Authored by Rochelle Kennedy, Physiotherapist and Strength & Conditioning Consultant With gyms closed and only five reasons to leave home, lockdown has prompted many Melbournians to dust off their running shoes and go for their first jog in a long time. While running is excellent for both your physical and mental health, we have seen […]
We’re thrilled to have Dr Richie Johnston joining our team on Monday 10th January. Richie is now available on Monday and Friday. Richie is a highly credentialed and experienced musculoskeletal manipulative physiotherapist with an extensive background in elite sports physiotherapy, performance and academic research. Outside of the practice, he fits in very well with Melbourne […]