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25
Jan
Strength Training – Is “no pain, no gain” necessary?
By Barangaroo Clinic
There has been a long term belief in the fitness community that soreness or DOMS (Delayed onset of muscle soreness) is a good indicator of a successful gym session, but is this true? Being sore after a workout is the side effect of your mus...
11
Jan
Getting Back Into Training & Exercise After A Break
By Barangaroo Clinic
It’s a brand new year and everyone is creating their own goals to accomplish, many of which involve fitness and health. As physio’s, we see so many people starting to exercise again which is so great to see. So let me guide you through ...
15
Dec
How To Strengthen Your Hamstring For Running And Why?
By Barangaroo Clinic
Where are our hamstrings? What is most commonly called “the back of our thighs” is where our hamstrings are. They are 3 really strong muscles that help us be able to walk and run. What do they do? Their main action is to extend the leg ...
01
Nov
Move More This Movember
By Barangaroo Clinic
It’s that time of the year again! Movember is upon us! If you haven’t heard of Movember (you must have been living under a rock?), it is an annual event that involves the growing of moustaches during the month of November to raise...
13
Aug
Hamstring Strain Recovery
By gpaadmin
  Outline Our Hamstring muscle makes up most of our thigh muscle. At the back of our leg it crosses both our knee and hip joint. Because it crosses two joints, it’s primary action is to flex (bend) the knee and extend (bring leg back...
10
Aug
3 Steps to Netflix and Chill with Ease
By gpaadmin
The What According to recent studies on average we spend 71 minutes if not more on Netflix per day. However, when we find an addictive show we all spend 2 hours, maybe 3 hours sitting down. Long and behold there’s a greater chance of low ...
02
Aug
Types Of Runs For Distance Runners
By gpaadmin
By Physiotherapist, Paulina Backiel Introduction Are you interested in changing up your running routine? Perhaps you are training and are looking to add more challenging types of runs into your routine. Here, Paulina is going over all of th...
28
Jul
Plantar Fasciitis Treatment
By gpaadmin
Do you wake up in the morning with a sharp pain in the heels of your feet? Does this pain subside after you’ve taken a few steps? You’re probably suffering from Plantar Fasciitis.  So, where exactly is your plantar fascia? Take hold...
14
Jul
Rotator Cuff Muscle and Rotator Cuff Injury
By gpaadmin
Rotator cuff muscle The rotator cuff muscle is actually not one muscle but four muscles that all act together to help stabilize our shoulder. The shoulder(glenohumeral joint) is a multi axial joint meaning it can move in multiple directions...
07
Jul
Carpal Tunnel Symptoms
By gpaadmin
Where is my carpal tunnel? Your carpal tunnel is a shallow and narrow passage in the palmar side of your wrist. It is surrounded by the bones of your wrist, many tendons that run through it and your median nerve. Your median nerve controls ...