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Why Does My Neck Hurt?

Why Does My Neck Hurt?

If you are experiencing regular neck pain that just won’t go away, it’s possible that parts of your daily routine are contributing without you realising. Here are a few common everyday activities that might be making your neck pain worse.

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How Can Exercise Help People With Heart Disease?

How Can Exercise Help People With Heart Disease?

How Can Exercise Help People With Heart Disease? “The minute I get short of breath or feel my heart racing a little, I worry. If I am walking I sit down somewhere and wonder if my heart is going to be ok. Will I be ok?” Does this sound familiar? Do you wonder if...

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What Does An Exercise Physiologist Do?

What Does An Exercise Physiologist Do?

What is an Exercise Physiologist? What is the difference between an Exercise Physiologist and a personal trainer? We help to answer some of your questions around Exercise Physiology, and what you can expect in your appointment.

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25 Reasons To Get A Massage

25 Reasons To Get A Massage

25 Reasons To Get A Massage Getting a massage can be a great chance to relax and unwind, but that’s not the only reason to get a massage. Our Massage Therapists and Myotherapists have put together a list of 25 ways that a massage can be beneficial. Relieve stress...

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Pregnancy Massage Colac

Pregnancy Massage Colac

Pregnancy is such an exciting time during your life, though unfortunately as your body changes aches and pains can develop. At Corio Bay Sports Treatment Clinic Colac, we have a team of massage therapists trained to help you through your pregnancy to ease these aches...

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Coccydynia – A Pain in the Butt!

Coccydynia – A Pain in the Butt!

Coccydynia – A Pain in the Butt!   What is a tail bone? Your coccyx (Tail bone) is the last segment of bone at the bottom of your spine. This little segment is thought to be the remnant of the tail we once had. The coccyx consists of 3-5 simple vertebral units that...

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Trigger Points common in Colac

Trigger Points common in Colac

Trigger points or muscle “knots” are sensitive spots in soft tissue, and too many of them is “myofascial pain syndrome.” They are usually described as micro-cramps. These sore spots are as common as pimples, often alarmingly fierce, and they seem to grow like weeds...

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Can I get a Medicare Rebate for Physiotherapy in Colac?

Can I get a Medicare Rebate for Physiotherapy in Colac?

Physiotherapy is, in the majority of cases, the optimal treatment option for many chronic conditions such as Diabetes or heart disease or injuries, including chronic back or neck pain and osteoarthritis of the hips or knees, and there are ways to access Medicare...

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How do I stop the pain in my Arthritic Knee?

How do I stop the pain in my Arthritic Knee?

Help! How do I stop the pain in my arthritic knee? Did you know that over 2 million Australians suffer from Arthritis? Unfortunately, painful osteoarthritis in the knee is an extremely common condition in Colac. Our Physiotherapists at the Corio Bay Sports Treatment...

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What is a Jarred Finger?

What is a Jarred Finger?

“Jarred” fingers in Colac Sportspeople Most People who have played ball sports in Colac have experienced a Jarred Finger before. Sometimes you can just shake it off and continue playing, though often the injury is more severe than initially realised.   What is a...

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Should Office Workers Have a Regular Massage?

Should Office Workers Have a Regular Massage?

Should office workers in Colac have a regular massage? People often don’t realise that sitting at a desk for long periods of time is actually putting a large strain on your muscles. Office work can have a large impact on your physical and mental health. At the Corio...

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What is a corky?

What is a corky?

What is a corky? Most of us have heard of a “corked muscle” but aren’t sure of exactly what it is. It is a very common injury in contact sports players in Colac, such as Footballers and Netballers. A cork is a large bruise inside of a muscle, resulting from a blunt...

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How do I manage Stress Urinary Incontinence

How do I manage Stress Urinary Incontinence

By Sonam Jethwa - Physiotherapist with a Special Interest in Women's Health.   In this post Colac Physiotherapist Sonam Jethwa will inform you about how physiotherapy and exercise can help people manage Stress Urinary Incontinence (SUI). Watch the you tube video...

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How do I treat My Achilles Injury?

How do I treat My Achilles Injury?

How do I treat my Achilles pain? Grant Brauer – Physiotherapist In his blog Colac Physiotherapist Grant Brauer will explain the causes and treatment options for people suffering from Achilles Tendon conditions or injuries. Achilles tendon pain is a very common injury...

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The Benefits of Dry Needling

The Benefits of Dry Needling

Benefits of Dry Needling By Emelye Glennen MYOTHERAPIST Click Here to learn more about Emelye Glennan What is Dry Needling? There are several types of dry needling that are used to help relieve muscular pain as well as other soft tissue techniques. It is effective in...

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Why Choose Remedial Massage?

Why Choose Remedial Massage?

Why choose Remedial Massage?   Firstly, what is Remedial Massage? Remedial Massage Therapist Amy Lynch from Colac describes  Remedial Massage as the systematic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to...

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What is Lymphoedema and How is it Treated?

What is Lymphoedema and How is it Treated?

What is Lymphoedema? Lymphoedema is excess swelling of one or more parts of the body due to damage to the lymphatic system. The lymphatic system is the drainage system in our body, and lymph vessels convey excess fluid collected from all over the body back into the...

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Physical Activity for Kids

Physical Activity for Kids

In current generation where technologies are hugely influencing our lives, it is not uncommon to see not only teens and tweens but also children in pram’s spending time in front of screens.  So the question is, Are the kids born in this Generation getting enough...

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Fast4 – Hints to sporting injury prevention

Fast4 – Hints to sporting injury prevention

Growing up I played any sport I could get my hands on; swimming, surfing, football, basketball, tennis, volleyball, even netball! Unfortunately for me I was plagued by injury, gaining an equal amount of experience in knee, hip and back issues. However, it just so...

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The Pain of Mountain Biking!

The Pain of Mountain Biking!

Mountain biking is becoming more and more popular and in Colac we are spoilt with some of the most awesome trails in Australia just on our doorstep at Forrest.  I love getting out to Forrest and enjoying the challenge of the trails and the fitness and fun that it...

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Breaking it down – Fractures explained

Breaking it down – Fractures explained

Ever broken a bone? It can be quite a daunting and stressful time of your life!

This short animation by our Physio Ollie Butler briefly explains what to expect, and answers all of the frequently asked questions. Take a look, you might learn something!

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Down the line – Fast bowling injuries

Down the line – Fast bowling injuries

When comparing sports, Cricket is often underrated in the amount of fitness required and stress you put on your body. Did you know a fast bowler may have to complete 120 explosive efforts in a day? Cricketers suffer their fair share of injuries, which is why our Physiotherapist and local cricket guru Grant Brauer shares his knowledge to guide you through a pain free season.

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Chronic pain – Tame the beast!

Chronic pain – Tame the beast!

Chronic pain or persistent pain is any pain that continues outside of normal tissue healing time frames. It is a very common issue and we see many patients with ongoing pain. Here is a 5minute video by one of the leading pain scientists (who is also a physio!) which...

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