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Join My Dry July Team!

June 3, 2024

Believe it or not, we’ve created a Dry July team and we’d love for YOU to join us! If you haven’t already heard, Dry July is a fundraiser that encourages Aussies to go alcohol-free in July to raise funds to support cancer patients, their families and carers. The Pinc Cancer Rehabilitation Foundation is again a beneficiary of Dry July, so…

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Gluteal Tendinopathy

May 2, 2024

What is Gluteal Tendinopathy? Gluteal tendinopathy is a condition that effects the tendons in your buttocks that attach to your hip bones. Tendons are strong, flexible bands of tissue that connect muscles to bones and help with movement. When you have gluteal tendinopathy, it means that these tendons have become irritated, inflamed, or damaged. What causes Gluteal tendinopathy? Gluteal tendinopathy…

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Posterior Thigh Pain? Why does the back of my thigh hurt?

May 2, 2024

Do you experience pain, discomfort or tightness in the back of the thigh muscles?  You are not alone!! We see many patients who have presented with pain in the back of their thighs. We often find individuals report posterior thigh pain with activities like running walking, squatting or sprinting. It can range from having a pain in the specific spot…

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Cancer Rehabilitation Awareness Week 2024

April 17, 2024

Cancer rehabilitation is focused on improving the quality of life and experience of people who have been diagnosed with cancer. It is not focused on the disease, it is focused on people, and helping them get back to living. The unseen struggles Cancer survival rates have dramatically increased in the past forty years as a result of improvements in cancer…

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Understanding Your Clinical Pilates Exercise Program: The Reason Behind Why You May Be Only Exercising On One Side Of Your Body.

April 9, 2024

Do you notice that all your injuries occur on one side of your body? That you may feel like you have one side that is a lot weaker/more injury prone than the other? Or that exercises in standing vs sitting are more effective? Re-occurrent injuries on one side of the body is something that we often see as physiotherapists and…

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What Is An Abdominal Muscle Separation Post Child Birth (DRAM)?

March 25, 2024

What is a DRAM? Diastasis Rectus Abdominis Muscle (DRAM) is the stretching of the two rectus abdominus muscles at the midline, also known as the linea alba. This is a healthy body’s normal physiological change, which occurs typically during the second and third trimester of pregnancy as the body allows room for the baby to grow.   What Causes DRAM?…

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What is DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis?

February 29, 2024

Description DeQuervain’s Tenosynovitis, common in office workers, new parents, and jobs requiring repeated thumb and wrist movements, is a condition whereby the tendons of the thumb side of the wrist become inflamed from an increase in repetitive wrist and thumb movements. Pain generally occurs upon movement of the wrist and thumb. There can also be thickening and swelling around the…

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All You Need To Know About Osteoporosis And How To Keep Your Bones Strong

January 11, 2024

Osteoporosis is a condition where bones lose important minerals such as calcium quicker than they can be replaced by the body, resulting in a decrease in the thickness or density of bones. This can lead to them becoming fragile & brittle, and at a higher risk of fractures than normal bone. Often called the “silent disease”, osteoporosis can occur without…

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What To Know About Soccer Pre-Season Training

January 3, 2024

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 commencing their pre-season training, use…

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Does Physiotherapy Help Frozen Shoulder?

November 24, 2023

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 dull pain around shoulder and…

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5 FRIENDLY EXERCISE TIPS TO GET MOVING & STAY MOVING OVER CHRISTMAS

November 23, 2023

With Christmas and the holiday season drawing near, it becomes much harder to stick to regular exercise routines. Here are a few friendly tips to help get moving and stay moving over the Christmas break. Just remember any exercise is better than no exercise!   Exercise – Think short & effective Shorter periods of exercise, higher intensity Ways to do…

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Womens Pelvic Health at Inner Strength Bayside

October 27, 2023

There are a multitude of issues that can occur in and around the pelvis that can cause concern and distress. Pregnancy related concerns, pelvic pain, urinary incontinence, bowel concerns, pelvic organ prolapse, pelvic floor weakness and pelvic pain can all have a significant impact on our quality of life. At Inner Strength Bayside we offer pelvic health services to address…

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What our clients say

"Challenging personalised Pilates classes in a friendly and supportive environment. Thorough and professional physio services."

- Chris Arkey

"I have been doing clinical Pilates at InnerStrength of Bayside for more than 5 years and have always found the staff friendly and knowledgeable and the class environment friendly and inclusive. Highly recommended."

-Jasmine Evans

"The mums and bubs Pilates classes are fantastic at this clinic. Sings (who runs the classes) is wonderful at getting to know everyone's different needs and incorporating them into the class. It's a really friendly, supportive environment."

- Kate Brady