The three main phases of training for athletes in their chosen sport are pre-season, in-season, and off-season. Pre-season training is a phase of training that athletes complete before the commencement of their season for their chosen sport, mainly focusing on preparing for the competition by developing the fundamentals required for their sport. Professional soccer athletes…

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Frozen shoulder is characterised by a painful and stiff shoulder. The lining (capsule) of the shoulder becomes inflamed and stiff, causing shooting pain with certain arm movements such as lifting the arm. In most cases, frozen shoulder symptoms come on gradually however, a frozen shoulder can also come on without warning. Generally, it starts with…

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Description We have an exciting opportunity for a junior or experienced Physiotherapist to join our team. Commencing immediately and working on a full or part time basis, the role will involve  supporting our busy schedule Physio-led Exercise (clinical pilates) classes plus in rooms physiotherapy. At Inner Strength Bayside Physiotherapy we all have an interest in Physio-led Exercise, drawing…

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Jessica Minogue, from Glow Acupuncture, is an AHPRA registered Chinese Medicine practitioner, consulting from the rooms at Inner Strength Bayside on Tuesdays, Thursdays, Fridays & Saturdays. She offers Acupuncture, Chinese herbal medicine, cupping and cosmetic acupuncture. Interested in Chinese Medicine but don’t really understand how it works? Chinese medicine works on evaluating health conditions holistically.…

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Cricket is a popular sport in Australia and has a reputation of being a “slow paced” game, it is now becoming faster and more dynamic which leaves cricket players open to a fair share of injuries!  Professional cricketers are now extremely fit, strong and athletic and as the saying goes “Prevention is better than cure!” Try and do these exercises 3x…

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Are your feet a little sore as the weather warms up and you adjust to a change in footwear? You may have pain in the heel, toes, arch, instep, or insole of the foot. Multiple factors may be responsible for producing foot pain such as: increased time spent on your feet with social events etc.,…

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When it comes to strength & conditioning training there are a lot of different types of training or exercises out there. It often can be overwhelming and when an injury is involved it is even more difficult to know where to start.     When it comes to rehabilitation for an injury – luckily physiotherapists can simplify what exercises…

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What is tennis elbow? Tennis elbow (or lateral epicondylalgia) describes an injury to one of the tendon’s that attach to the elbow. It is not an injury to the elbow joint. This tendon attaches to a muscle which extends the wrist and fingers (in particular a muscle called extensor carpi radialis brevis). Ultrasound can show…

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