15th May, 2019

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Anterior Knee Pain – Patellofemoral Pain (PFP)

PFP is a common knee presentation which is characterised by pain behind or around the kneecap. It can commonly be referred to as anterior knee pain, “jumper’s knee” or “runner’s knee” and affects up to 23% of adults and 29% of adolescents in the general.

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30th March, 2019

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Post-natal myotherapy treatment

With all the excitement of having bubs finally at home with the family, mother’s needs are often overlooked. However, this time can be one of the most challenging and physically demanding times for her. .

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14th March, 2019

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Benefits of Myotherapy in pregnancy

Pregnancy Myotherapy Treatments Pregnancy is an exciting time for expe.

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17th April, 2018

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Pilates & Golf – A match made in heaven!

Long gone are the days when Pilates was associated with only ballet dancers and pregnant ladies. The benefits of Pilates have been discovered by pro golfers on the PGA tour, and these benefits include both improvement in performance and decreased injury risk. Whether you are.

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12th March, 2018

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Progressing to pointe in classical ballet

Are you ready to commence work en pointe? Perhaps one of the most exciting times in a young dancers life is when she puts on her first pair of pointe shoes. The excitement and trepidation of making the transition from demi-pointe to pointe.

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Pelvic floor physio

7th February, 2018

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Muscles of the pelvic floor

Pelvic Floor Muscles – Where are they? What do they do? You may have heard the pelvic floor muscles mentioned in the same sentence as having a baby or getting older. Maybe you’ve never heard of them before! What are these muscle.

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11th December, 2017

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Resistance Training for Children – Why you should start now?

Over the last 25 years, the overwhelming evidence has shown that resistance training for children and adolescents has a number of significant benefits including injury prevention, improved athletic p.

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Strength, flexibility and Clinical Pilates

29th September, 2017

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Pilates increases your flexibility & strength

Research has shown just 45 minutes of Pilates, twice a week for 8 weeks, was able to increase both flexibility, strength and your lower back control. This study looked at difference achieved by those who completed Pilates co.

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11th May, 2017

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Becoming a sports physiotherapist at the AIS

Earlier this year, in February, I spent 10 very fortunate days at the Australian Institute of Sport in Canberra. Surrounded by other sports physiotherapists from around the country we prepared for a gruelling few days of information overload. The course, as part of the s.

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30th March, 2017

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Cervicogenic headaches & physiotherapy treatment

“Do you think that my headaches are coming from my neck?” This is a typical question that physiotherapists get asked on a regular basis. Cervicogenic headaches (neck related headaches) may be the cause .

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18th January, 2017

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Hamstring Strain Injuries

Keith recently attended the Sporting Hamstring course conducted by Geelong Cats head physio Mark Young and AIS track and field physio Ben Raysmith and provides insight into how to prevent hamstring injuries. Hamstring strain inju.

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22nd December, 2016

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Christmas Opening Hours

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you and your family from all the team at Malvern Physiotherapy Clinic. We wish you a safe, healthy and happy festive season. During the Christmas/New Year weeks we will remain open, only closing on public holidays and Saturday 24th a.

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