Written by; Jess Reyes Bachelor of Exercise Physiology (Professional Honours) (Current) 4th year student) There are many primitive reflexes that develop during your childhood which can be influencing your posture
Written by: Emily Gill (Osteopath) Osteopathy on Canterbury and Complimentary Therapies Computers and technology are currently ruling the roost in our lives. Children are using them at school, more people are
Written by Nathan Switkowski, Osteopath at Osteopathy on Canterbury Lower back pain is one of the most common musculoskeletal problems that is experienced in Australia. It can be defined as acute (lasting up
Written by; Isabella Peters (Bach Ex Sci) (Master ExPhys current) If you are a runner you will understand there is nothing worse than an injury. Injuries lead to interruptions to your training, potentially
Throughout your childhood you were most likely told many times to “sit up straight!”. You probably didn’t understand why. Your mother, teacher or whoever was giving you these instructions probably didn’t
When you think of exercise do you immediately consider aerobic exercise and strength training? Are you aware there are other components to your training which contribute to your overall health and well being?
Written by; Nick Angus (Exercise Science Student- Deakin University) Many exercise physiologists, personal trainers and strength and conditioning coaches teach the importance of maintaining a neutral
Written by: Sebastian Mann Bach. Exercise and Sport Science (current) What is Anterior Pelvic Tilt? Anterior Pelvic tilt (APT) is a postural condition where the orientation of the pelvis in respect to the femurs