Author: Jess Hennell (Physiotherapist) – Special Interest in Vestibular Disorders “Vertigo and dizziness affects more than 1/3 of people over the age of 50” – RACGP It can lead to people requiring time off work, presentations to the emergency department and falls resulting in serious injuries or fractures. Vertigo is a type of dizziness thatContinue reading “Treating Vestibular Disorders”
Are you ready to work from home given restrictions with COVID-19? Here are a few tips to help you work from home.
One of the most commonly asked for items are standing desks but this does not always mean it is the correct solution. Finding out why a client wants a standing desk is important. More often than not, they are in pain whilst working and need a solution to their pain. Pain and injury can decreaseContinue reading “A Case-study: To prescribe or not to prescribe?”
As a Physio and a person I always believe in doing as you say. So this year I decided to join my colleagues in the Steptember challenge. If you haven’t heard of Steptember it’s trying to do 10,000 steps each day to raise awareness and money for Cerebral Palsy. It’s also a great way toContinue reading “September Challenge”
Have you heard that a sedentary lifestyle is possibly worse than smoking? For years the Heart foundation has encouraged people to do 30 minutes of exercise a day. Now Sport Aus wants every Australian to commit to doing 30 minutes of exercise everyday. Not only does it help your physical health it also helps withContinue reading “Find your 30”