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Benefits of exercise physiology when managing cancer

Exercise when managing cancer Research shows that correct exercise prescription plays an important role in the prevention of cancer, specifically colorectal, breast and endometrial cancer. There is also emerging evidence associated with the reduced risk of other cancers such as prostate, lung and ovarian cancer when prescribed the right exercise. Our Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP) […]

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Welcome Bridie Malone Osteopath

Spring Osteo Clinic is excited to introduce our new osteopath, Bridie Malone. Bridie joins us on the 15 July 2019 and she is already taking bookings – you can book online or call 9830 7044. Bridie graduated from RMIT University with a double degree of Health Science/Applied Science (Osteopathy). Her love of sport, particularly basketball […]

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Welcome Dale York, Remedial Massage Therapist and Myotherapist

Spring Osteo Clinic is excited to welcome our new remedial massage therapist / myotherapist, Dale York. Dale completed his Diploma in Remedial Therapy in 2017 and his Advanced Diploma of Myotherapy in 2019.  Most recently he has worked as a remedial therapist and myotherapist in a physio clinic in Ormond.  He has experience working with […]

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Welcome, Nilusha De Silva, Exercise Physiologist

Chronic pain management Nilusha has always (even as a child) been fascinated by how the human body works, resulting in her completing a Masters in Exercise Rehabilitation and a Bachelor in Applied Science – Human Movement and Health Sciences. Nilusha will work with you to manage your chronic pain, diseases and injuries using exercise and […]

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Tension headaches, migraines and osteopathy

Do you suffer from tension headaches or migraines? What can osteopathy do for you? Tension headaches are characterised by a mild to moderate pain intensity around both sides of the head, which can be described by a dull, pressure like headache without any neurological symptoms and can be reoccurring (1). Around 67% in men and […]

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Don’t burn the candle at both ends.

The Christmas season is upon us and it’s meant to be a time of joy and giving, sadly, for many of us it can also be a time of stress, anxiety and loneliness. Recognising and changing the behaviours that contribute to your stress may assist you to not only get through, but find yourself really […]

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Spring Osteo launches exercise physiology for chronic pain.

MEDIA RELEASE Immediate release 17 August 2018 Spring Osteo Clinic has introduced exercise physiology for health conditions and long-term pain. The primary goal of exercise physiology is to prevent or manage chronic conditions and diseases via safe, effective and personalised exercise programs, lead by an accredited exercise physiologist. Clinic owner, Nick Harrison felt that exercise […]

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How massage could improve your lifestyle in later life (part 2)

Part 2 Massage for later life. Part two of our series highlights the final three reasons how massage could benefit you as you get older.           Relieve chronic and arthritic pain Massage therapy has been demonstrated to help treat musculoskeletal chronic pain, particularly in the lower back, and may be a […]

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How massage could improve your lifestyle in later life (part 1)

Part 1 Research shows that a single, 60-minute, full-body massage therapy treatment can have a stabilising effect on measures of static and dynamic balance and physiological factors related to stability in older adults.[1] In other words – it can help your balance when you are moving as well as standing still. As we grow older […]

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A hot topic: Should I use heat or ice for my back pain?

  Summary   There is stronger evidence to support the use of heat therapy rather than ice therapy or creams that give the sensation of heat for the treatment of back pain   Using a heat pack that wraps around the back >2 hrs a day for 5-14days is an effective way to manage low […]

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