dma Clinical Pilates

Very Brief History: Clinical Pilates was founded back in the 1920s and has been modernised over the century by various fitness enthusiasts including Joseph Pilates who developed the Reformer and Trapeze table during and post-WW2 for rehabilitation of bed-ridden patients...

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PEACE & LOVE, a new acronym for acute soft tissue injury and management

Many people have heard of RICE (Rest, Ice, Compression, Elevation), and whilst was once considered the best practice for acute soft tissue injury rehabilitation and management, research now has suggested to turned away from RICE and towards PEACE &...

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Covid restrictions and return to sport injuries!

The crisp frosty mornings, the smell of deep heat in the trainer’s room, meat pies in the warmer, and the sound of umpire’s whistles in the background! It has been so wonderful to get back to our local sporting clubs...

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Why Osteopaths are Applauding Simone Biles Olympic Decision

Over the last few weeks we have seen people performing at the peak of their physical abilities in the Tokyo Olympics. It’s inspiring and uplifting. But there was one moment that prompted comments and analysis around the globe: the...

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How to Manage your Migraines: Part 2

The most successful migraine management strategies are often a combination of lifestyle modifications, medication and complementary therapies such as Osteopathy. It’s important to note that approximately 50% of people with migraines have not been diagnosed, and even those who...

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How to Manage your Migraines: Part 1

Migraines are a very common and distressing disorder that’s affecting over 3 million Australians. Whilst it is most commonly noted in woman, those aged in their 20's and 30's, it can be experienced by anyone, regardless of age or...

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