COVID Safety Notice

If you answered yes to any of the questions above, we recommend that you:

  • Reschedule your appointment for as soon as possible after the 14-day exclusion
  • Self-isolate at home for 14 days (as per the government protocols) after any international travel or if you have had close contact with a person with confirmed COVID-19 while infectious.
  • Please call your GP if you develop any respiratory symptoms or fever.

Read more

Clinical Pilates is a form of exercise therapy used by our physiotherapists to treat a wide range of injuries and conditions.  By working into your body’s preferred movement, Clinical Pilates improves your mobility, stability, balance, posture and overall function. It is often used in combination with physical therapy as part of your rehabilitation. Read more

COVID-19 has resulted in many of us now required to work from the confines of our homes. For some of us, this may require the creation of makeshift workstations and office spaces from equipment we can scratch up from around home. Whilst the luxury of no early wake ups and avoiding the drive to work may make this worthwhile for many of us, we do take for granted the supportive and comfortable office setups that are present in our normal workplaces. Read more

For our young athletes, these shortened and intense playing seasons, a sudden spike in training loads along with rapid skeletal development puts them at the coalface of potential overuse and load related injuries.

Skeletal Development:

In a growing skeletal system, our bones undergo numerous changes, lead by an increase in bone length and durability.

Read more

With the supermarket shelves bare a little bit of panic is inevitable. This panic can easily upset your hard work when it comes to food. Our Dietitian, Amanda Brady has provided us with some quick tips that can keep your goals on track while life is in hibernation mode:


1. Plan ahead. Download a meal planner and jot down your meals at least 7 days ahead. Use a shopping list that has a meal planner on the same page. This will help keep costs down and make sure you get everything you need in one trip. Read more

🌟A note from our Exercise Physiologist Bridget🌟

Gyms may have temporarily closed their doors, however you shouldn’t close the door on achieving your goals. It is important to continue and modify the way we exercise for both physical and mental health. In these uncertain times, exercise is one of the best ways to keep a positive outlook and to look after our mental health. Here are a few tips for management of exercise while we spend a lot more time in the confines of our own home. Read more