Labral/SLAP tears – how are they treated?

Some basic shoulder anatomy  The shoulder is a ball and socket joint but, unlike the hip joint,

Pilates on the mat – explaining the basics

As most of our clients and followers know, we offer mat, reformer and chair Pilates at Physio and Pi

Shin Splints – what are they and how can physio help?

What are shin splints? Shin splints are a common running injury and typically occur at the front (an

Calf pain in runners

  This is a rather common problem also known as “biomechanical overload syndrome”. Typicall

Tendon Trouble

This month our attention has been drawn to a new infographic and video all about tendons. It has bee

Cycling injuries – treating tendinopathy

The Tour de France is almost done for another year, and with the riders covering a total of 3540km i

Cauda equina syndrome – what is it and how is it treated?

  How does it happen? Let’s start with some anatomy, taking this side-on picture of the

The Big Move – we’re off (but not very far)

Having opened our first clinic above Sporting Feet on King Street in October 2013, we’ve decided t

Get active for national walking month

May is national walking month and regular walking has been shown to reduce the risk of illnesses suc

How Pilates can help relieve stress

April is National Stress Awareness month and it’s something that many people find Pilates can help

Welcome to the latest members of the Physio & Pilates Central team

  In the last month we’ve welcomed several new people to the Physio & Pilates Central tea

Physio for common skiing injuries – Skier’s thumb

In this series of three blogs we look at common skiing injuries and their usual treatments. Read our