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Stretching exercises for the neck, upper back and shoulders

Stretching exercises for the neck, upper back and shoulders

Try these stretching exercises to relieve pain and stiffness in the neck, upper back and shoulder region. Remember to breath while stretching, stretch when warmed up (ie. after exercise or a hot shower), hold each stretch for up to 30 seconds and stretch to tension but not into pain. If your condition does not improve or worsens seek the advice of a qualified musculoskeletal allied health professional.
Core stabilisation exercises

Core stabilisation exercises

Exercise physiologist Rhianna Smith goes over core stabilisation exercises to assist in the management and prevention of low-back pain, and for general well being. The exercises are performed on mat, foam roller and swiss ball. For maximum benefit perform the program 2-3 times per week.
Foam Roller Exercises

Foam Roller Exercises

Remedial massage therapist Nick is going over some basic exercises on the foam roller. Foam rollers are an excellent tool to help manage muscular tightness.
Low back and hip stretches

Low back and hip stretches

Please follow this low-back and hip stretching program to help manage low-back pain. Do not stretch into pain, ease off if you feel pain. Hold each stretch for approximately 30 seconds and stretch both sides. If your condition does not improve or is exacerbated seek advice from an allied health care professional.
Patellofemoral Taping

Patellofemoral Taping

Jennifer Smallridge, Accredited Exercise Physiologist, demonstrates patellofemoral taping using kinesiotape, to de-load the patella tendon and encourage correct alignment.
Body to Balance - Clinical Pilates

Body to Balance - Clinical Pilates

At Body to Balance we offer clinical pilates and in this video we are demonstrating reformer pilates. Pilates is excellent for all types of people and offers our patient's a great way of rehabilitating from their injuries to ensure optimal recovery. It particularly suits those with low-back, hip, neck & shoulder pain, the elderly, pre- and post-natal, post-surgical strengthening and people with poor posture. It is good for chronic pain patients who benefit from a more active "hands-off" approach to their therapy.
Core strengthening exercises

Core strengthening exercises

Try these core strengthening exercises for the management of sub-acute or chronic back pain. If any of the exercises aggravate your condition or you need progressions to your exercise program contact a qualified musculoskeletal allied health professional.
Cox Flexion Distraction Technic

Cox Flexion Distraction Technic

Tim Dunne (Chiropractor) demonstrates Cox Flexion Distraction Spinal Decompression which is a conservative non-surgical method of managing low back & leg pain.
Shoulder Rotator Cuff and Scapula Stabilisation Exercises

Shoulder Rotator Cuff and Scapula Stabilisation Exercises

Basic shoulder strengthening exercises that are beneficial for the rehabilitation of rotator cuff injuries and shoulder impingement. For progressions or regressions of the program or further advice consult a musculoskeletal trained allied health professional.
Home Workstation Ergonomics

Home Workstation Ergonomics

Some advice on the setup of your home workstation ergonomics.

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August 11, 2020

The Australian Government will provide 10 additional Medicare subsidised psychological therapy sessions for patients subjected to further restrictions in Melbourne and areas impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.

August 7, 2020

We continue to provide essential allied healthcare with the following DHHS Stage 4 restrictions applied to our operation until 13th September 2020:
• Chiropractic face to face appointments are available for urgent patients and via Telehealth if suitable.
• Podiatry face to face appointments are available for urgent patients.
• Myotherapy face to face appointments are available for urgent patients with a GP referral and/ or a third party plan (ie. WorkSafe, NDIS etc) and via Telehealth if suitable.
• Dietetics appointments are available via Telehealth and face to face for urgent patients if Telehealth is not suitable.
• Exercise Physiology appointments are available via Telehealth.
• Psychology appointments are available via Telehealth.
• Your appointment confirmation or a certificate of attendance from your practitioner can be used to verify your trip to the clinic if you happen to be questioned by authorities.
• You are permitted to travel over 5km from your home for an essential healthcare appointment.

Our clinic is maintaining a COVID Safe Plan including a strict patient, staff & practitioner screening policy and infection control procedures including the use of the recommended PPE to keep everyone safe. This plan is evolving as we are continuing to follow the latest advice of the government and our respective professional associations. If you require further assistance or for details of our COVID Safe Plan comment below, email info@bodytobalance.com.au, call 82881937 or go to www.bodytobalance.com.au

July 28, 2020

5 important facts to understand about pain as part of National Pain Week.

July 19, 2020

Last week was National Diabetes Week. Diabetic foot health is one of the many conditions Michael can help you manage with podiatry as an essential and safe allied health service.

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