BJJ Physio Fury

28 September 2018
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If you become injured doing Brazilian Jiu Jitsu, there are a number of different things that you can do in support of your regular physio sessions. Physio itself is an effective step to take to relieve pain and prevent further problems through the development of scar tissue and tension. However it's just one part of the recovery process. Physiotherapy assists with the rehabilitation of injury through a combination of strengthening exercises and sometimes deep tissue massage. Read More 

Want to Improve Your Back Pain? Try Using an Injury Brace

29 August 2018
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Around 70 to 80 percent of Australians will suffer from back pain at some stage in their lives. Depending on its cause, your pain can range from a mild twinge to a debilitating throb. In either case, it's natural to want to improve your condition to live a pain-free life. If you're yet to try injury braces, there are a few reasons to invest in one.  Back braces provide lumbar support Read More 

Could You Be Suffering from Adrenal Fatigue?

30 June 2018
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As a woman, do you find that you are tired all the time or have recently experienced depression or anxiety symptoms for the first time? These — in combination with some other factors— could indicate that you are suffering from adrenal fatigue. If you've never heard of this, what is it and how is it diagnosed? What Are Adrenal Glands? Your adrenal glands are diminutive but crucially important in regulating how your body works. Read More 

CT scan vs MRI: Which scan is best for injured patients?

19 May 2017
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

"No more exploratory surgery thanks to innovative medical technology!" At least that's what doctors can say nowadays after years of research finally paid off in the field of medicine. Nowadays, your doctor doesn't have to check for tumours or internally damaged tissues using surgical methods and other body invasive techniques. Thanks to scanning technology, all your interior tissue problems can be seen and diagnosed appropriately without the doctor having to cut you open. Read More 

5 Ways to Stop Eye Discomfort After Swimming

9 May 2017
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It may come as a surprise that the main cause of eye problems after swimming is uncleanliness. Many people believe their discomfort stems from a high chlorine level in the pool, but this is far from the truth. While chlorine does play a part in eye pain and dryness after swimming, the real culprit is chloramines. Chloramines are produced when chlorine reacts with other substances in the pool, such as bacteria, sweat, and ammonia from urine. Read More