The FAQ’s of Dry Needling

Have you heard the term ‘dry needling’ within an osteo or physio practice, or know someone who hasn’t stopped talking about it? Maybe you have even experienced it before without…
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WHAT TO DO FOR A JARRED FINGER!

  A jarred finger is a very common injury in many sports like basketball, netball and football. It often affects the middle knuckle joint, when the finger tip is compressed…
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What is Whiplash?

Whiplash or Whiplash Associated Disorders (WAD) may be something you’ve heard of before, but what exactly is it? Whiplash is a common injury that occurs primarily in the neck and…
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Understanding Hip Dysplasia

Developmental hip dysplasia (DDH) is a condition where the hip joint, which is a ball and socket joint, develops abnormally. This condition was previously known as congenital hip dysplasia or…
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developmental dysplasia of the hip

7 Exercises for Stronger Ankles

Whether it be in a team-sport setting, going on your daily walk, or pushing your limits on a run, ankle injuries (in particular sprains) are very common. We use our…
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Asthma and the Role of Osteopathy

Everyone knows someone who suffers from asthma. Unfortunately Australia has rates which some have speculated to be as high as 1 in 10. Though we don’t often think about the…
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Tips and Tricks for Tummy Time

Have you ever wondered why so many people speak about the importance of tummy time for babies? And if so, have you ever asked yourself how you could improve your…
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Telehealth in Osteopathy

The world is changing. Now comes a need for innovation and lateral thinking to continue to provide our patients with excellent care and service. Telehealth, while reasonably new in Osteopathy, aims…
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