This quick tip on shoulder and back strengthening could save you hours of neck, back, shoulder and arm pain. This Physiotherapist exercise helps to strengthen the muscles around the shoulder girdle, correct posture and reduce pain. If you are concerned about your posture or if...

Did you know that when you reach your 60’s, you naturally lose strength in your muscles, flexibility in your joints and balance in your whole body! It’s very important to stay strong, flexible and balanced as you get older- it keeps you moving and doing...

Here's what you'll learn with our Guide: The simple but effective posture tips that help reduce Back Pain fast (not to mention Knee and Hip pain) What you MUST stop doing right now to stop making your Back Pain worse. The secret tips to using...

6 Week Challenge to get your core strength Rocking! What to plank perfectly and get great results for your effort? Here are a few quick planking tutorials that will help you: Ensure your technique is safe and effective Progress you through a daily planking program so you...

Quick tip to fix your Posture! Sick of being told to stand up straight? I know, it can be so frustrating. But here is a quick tip that can make good standing posture really simple and you can do it straight away!  ...

A great solution for rotator cuff injury! The rotator cuff - it can be the source of so much shoulder pain. It can keep you awake at night, stop you from reaching above your head and just be painful! But here is a great solution for...

Are you lucky enough to be at the snow? If so, here are a few great stretches to try in the lift lines. These will help with back pain, knee pain and tired, aching muscles....

Get on top of your Ankle Sprain now!! Too often we, as Physiotherapists, see patients that have sprained their ankle a few weeks prior and hoped for a “natural recovery”. They are often left with pain, swelling, stiffness and instability, which will not resolve. Many of...

Whiplash - Why rest is not the best! When you have Whiplash injury, it hurts and all you really feel like doing is lying down, taking pain medication and not moving until the pain subsides. BUT...