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Studio Pilates class times

Studio Pilates class times Would you like to feel stronger, leaner and more flexible? Do you enjoy working out in small group classes rather than large ones? Are you injury free and looking to start your Pilates journey? We are offering 45 minute classes: Monday 7.30am, 10.30am, 11.30am Tuesday 5pm, 6pm, 7pm Thursday 10.30am Friday […]

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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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Pilates to keep health on track – Whitehorse Leader – Spring Osteo Clinic – Surrey Hills

Thanks Whitehorse Leader for the recent article about our new Studio Pilates classes. SPRING Osteo Clinic in Surrey Hills has launched studio pilates to keep people moving. The small groups are run from the studio and use popular types of equipment. Spring Osteo Clinic owner Catherine O’Donnell noticed the clinical pilates programs were popular but […]

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Spring Osteo launches Studio Pilates

Spring Osteo launches Studio Pilates for healthy bodies Spring Osteo Clinic has launched Studio Pilates for healthy bodies! It’s a fun, diverse, small group Pilates class utilizing their small studio and favourite equipment. Owner, Catherine O’Donnell noticed that the clinic’s Clinical Pilates programs were increasingly popular but only catered for those needing rehabilitation or pain […]

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Nappy Collective Surrey Hills drop off point

Nappy Collective Surrey Hills drop off point. We are proud to be supporting this great cause again! We are one of 340 drop off points across Australia collecting nappies on behalf of The Nappy Collective.  At the end of the two week campaign we will deliver all our nappies to a central location where The Nappy Collective will sort […]

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What is the difference between remedial massage therapy and myotherapy?

What is the difference between remedial massage therapy and myotherapy?   Massage therapy is manual manipulation of soft body tissues (muscle, connective tissue, tendons and ligaments) to enhance a person’s health and well-being.[1] Remedial massage is the systematic assessment and treatment of the muscles, tendons, ligaments and connective tissues of the body to assist in rehabilitation, pain […]

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What is myotherapy

What is Myotherapy? Myotherapy is the evidence based assessment, treatment and rehabilitation of musculoskeletal pain and associated conditions. The philosophy of myotherapy is founded on Western medical principles including anatomy, physiology and biomechanics.[1] Myotherapists treat a wide range of musculoskeletal conditions including: Back pain Neck and shoulder pain Headaches Sports injuries Rotator cuff problems Occupational injuries Achilles […]

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Book online at Spring Osteo Clinic

Spring Osteo Clinic now has online booking. You can book a new or return osteo and/or massage appointment online by clicking the “Book Online” button at the top of our website – www.springosteo.com.au You will be able to book clinical pilates appointments online soon too. All our patients will receive an email in the coming week with a link to […]

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Autism and osteopathy

Autism and osteopathy. Like all children, your child with autism spectrum disorder (ASD) may suffer from muscle or joint pain/injury at some stage in their life. This could be a headache, postural discomfort or sports injury. If your child struggles with communication, expressing this pain may be difficult and frustrating but left untreated may snowball […]

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Improve golf – Golf injuries – Spring Osteo Clinic

Golf ergonomics Golf is an activity that can cause and/or exacerbate your conditions, particularly in relation to your low back, hips, shoulders and wrists. Using osteopathy, we aim to  reduce the risk of these injuries, potentially enabling you to get the most of out of your body and your game. Set up and address     […]

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