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Return to run post partum

For many women returning to running after having a baby is an important exercise goal. Running requires only a small amount of equipment, can be done at very flexible times, and from…

Recovery (Part 4) – Hydration

Thanks to the extremely hot summers we are blessed with here in Perth, we couldn’t have a recovery blog series with pushing the virtues of hydration! It is important to pay attention…

Recovery (Part 2) – Rest days

Next up in our recovery series, we’re talking about managing your training load with the use of rest days. Taking days off is crucial for recovery, optimising results and ensuring training consistency…

Ergonomics and your home office

Western Australians have reaped the rewards of following the rules and doing a great job of keeping COVID-19 at bay for the last ten months. As we head into a five day…

Tennis Elbow

With the great Roger Federer in town at the moment, it seems like the perfect time to discuss the feared ‘Tennis Elbow’ or known medically as Lateral Epicondylalgia, for now, let’s just…

ICE ICE MAYBE…

Since the dawn of time, we have been earnestly icing all of our acute injuries in the hope and expectation that we can reduce the recovery time.

Pre-Run Preparation

From a physical preparation standpoint, there are some great (and simple) strategies that you can implement before you run that should have you feeling ready to go as you cross the start line.

There is a secret to good health

As a physio, I have a keen interest in preventative measures, constantly researching the latest evidence and looking for scientifically proven interventions to help people with various conditions. Many supplements, treatment techniques,…

5 things every runner needs to know

The benefits to your health that you get from running are widely acknowledged, but this also comes with aches, pains and slight increase in risk of running-related injury.