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Article 10 minutes February 28, 2022

Get back to running… and don’t get injured!

By Osteopath Jess Loughnan We’ve walked all of Yarraville during lockdown and our 5km radius seems like a distant memory… so now it’s time to…

Article 5 min read November 17, 2021

Help! My Baby Hates Tummy Time!

By Melissa McDougall, Advanced Paediatric Osteopath. “Tummy time” is a procedure recommended for infants to increase muscle tone in early development. Tummy time refers to…

Article 5 min read June 20, 2022

5 Ways to Keep Active This Winter

by Osteopath, Melissa McDougall After one of the best Melbourne summer’s- the weather right now is hardly a call to the outdoors. But getting outside…

Article 5 minutes February 28, 2022

I’m so tired! How to get more sleep with a baby.

By Osteopath (and Mum) Janine Symington It’s the struggle to get enough sleep with a newborn through the slog of those early months that is…

Article 10 min read November 22, 2021

Choosing a Pillow for Pregnancy

By Osteopath, Rebecca Gunn Is it possible to sleep comfortably during pregnancy? As your baby grows and the uterus expands your normal sleeping position may…

Article 15 min read November 17, 2021

Aromatherapy for Stress Relief

Our bodies are made to cope with mild and/or intermittent stress. However prolonged periods of stress can begin to have a detrimental effect on our…

Article May 15, 2020

Eating Healthy on a Budget

There can be a whole bunch of reasons for looking at budgeting and cutting back on food spending, saving for a holiday or a house,…

Article September 7, 2019

Easy Ways To Achieve Physical Health

National Recommendations for Weekly Exercise: – accumulate 150-300 minutes (2½-5 hours) of moderate intensity physical activity (ie, you can talk but not sing), OR– 75-150 minutes…

Article December 17, 2017

Return to Exercise After Childbirth

By Lauren Clarke – physiotherapist who works with pelvic floor and lactation concerns. Why is exercise important after giving birth? o Helps muscles affected by pregnancy…

Article 5 min read September 3, 2017

Coping with common discomforts of pregnancy

By Physiotherapist- Lauren ClarkeDuring pregnancy many physical changes occur which may cause concern for some women and have little or no impact on others. Below…

Article February 24, 2016

Self Care for Men

By Dr Dan Hanson As a man I can do so many things that can be detrimental to my health without even realising it. Like…