We are proud to offer comprehensive Lymphoedema management to our patients. Early detection and intervention is key.
Louise Richardson and Karyn Whelan offer thorough assessment, advice and management to patients living with Lymphoedema. Louise is an Accredited Lyphoedmea Pactitioner, and a member of the Australian Lymphology Association, ensuring the patients at Move Well Physio receive the best evidence based care.
Our Physiotherapist Karyn Whelan recently supported the South Womens’ 20s Oztag team at the NSW State Championships in Coffs Harbour.
The team took away the championship in a hard fought competition. Congratulations to all involved in the State Oztag and a shout out to Karyn for keeping the team on field and performing at their best.
Book an appointment with our experienced Remedial Massage Therapist in February or March to receive a FREE HEAT PACK. Christina is available on Fridays for Remedial, sports, pregnancy or relaxation massage. Book online or by phoning 9520 1881. Health fund rebates may apply.
You can now book appointments with Move Well Physiotherapy and Exercise via our website with just a few clicks. Click the link below to go to the convenient booking page or click on Book Online in the header above.
Participation in APA webinar by Dr Biggs discussing the management of rotator cuff tears. This discussed the latest thinking and research around surgical vs conservative management of this very common injury.
Meryn has enjoyed exploring the many uses of ‘dynamic tape’ at a recent course. It’s spring-like properties make it different to standard sports tape and her patients are enjoying the support it gives while allowing them to move freely.
TMJ or jaw pain is a complex condition, often with multiple causes. At a recent course, Meryn updated her knowledge of TMJ pain and treatment strategies. As is often the case with chronic injuries, effective treatment often involves looking at other factors such as the neck, leg length, teeth, posture and the neural system.
A recent course on Pregnancy & Exercise included the latest research on the benefits and precautions of pre and post natal exercise. Best management of common conditions associated with pregnancy such as abdominal separation, SIJ instability and pelvic floor dysfunction were also addressed.