Quay Heath is now ‘COVID safe’

Recently Quay Health has qualified as a COVID safe business under the NSW Health Guidelines. NSW requires all COVID safe businesses to have a COVID safety plan including provisions on physical distancing, hand hygiene, staff wellbeing and cleaning and safety. You will notice that a few things will be different around Quay health but we […]

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Pre- Gym Strength Screening

Going back to the gym? Quay Health will help you get back to what you love with a full Functional Strength Assessment done using our Axit system. Your clinician will identify areas of weakness and potential injury concern. They can then create a personalised exercise program for you to minimise the risk of injury and […]

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New Exercise Rehab sessions!

Check out our new Exercise Rehab sessions Sydney CBD! One-on-one rehabilitation exercise with on of our experienced Physiotherapists, Chiropractors, Osteopaths or Podiatrists. Quay Health is now offering Exercise Rehab Consultations!  See Our Physiotherapist, Brittany Taylor’s Blog explaining what is involved in Exercise Rehab. https://quayhealth.com.au/exercise-rehab/ Tags #ExerciseRehab #Health #online #appointment #exercise #rehab #spinehealth #Whatistelehealth #chiropractor #chiropractorsydneycbd […]

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What is Telehealth?

Wondering what Telehealth is all about? Read Our Chiropractor Steven Tran’s article explaining of what Telehealth is and how it can help you keep on top of your health from the safety of your home.

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Quay Health is now offering Telehealth Consultations!

As an Allied Health Care Clinic, we continue to be deemed an “Essential Service” by the Australian Government and remain open and available to treat clients in person where necessary. However, due to the uncertain times we are now facing with COVID-19, Quay Health continues to uphold the health and safety of our clients and […]

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So what is coronavirus COVID-19?

Conoravirus (COVID-19) By Sydney CBD Osteopath Dr Marcus Ng What is coronavirus ? What are the signs or COVID-19? How does COVID-19 spread? What can you do to protect yourself from coronavirus? What is Quay health doing about COVID-19? In the wake of the recent increase in Coronaviruses cases spreading across the globe, this blog will […]

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Statement

Updated: 07/08/2020 We want to reach out to you to inform you about what Quay Health is doing during the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic. We are working hard to keep our staff and clients safe, and have implemented a number of proactive steps and precautionary measures in order to maintain a safe and healthy environment in the […]

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Quay Health welcomes experienced Sydney Physiotherapist Tenae Leitch

Quay Health would like to welcome experienced Physiotherapist Tenae Leitch to our team in Sydney’s CBD. Tenae has gained broad experience working as a physiotherapist in private practice and as part of the NHS in the UK. Tenae has specific interests in sports physiotherapy and enjoys competing in Triathlons herself. To book in with Tenae […]

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Welcome to the Quay Health team, Sydney Podiatrist Dr Aoife Reilly.

Quay Health is pleased to welcome experienced Podiatrist Dr Aofie Reilly to the team. Aoife brings with her years of experience helping her clients with all aspects of Podiatry care, including nail and toe care, biomechanical analysis, and orthotic prescription. To make an appointment, call (02) 9252 2825 (7am – 6pm, Mon-Fri).

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Mallet Finger – A common injury from playing ball sports

By Sydney CBD Osteopath Dr Marcus Ng Have you ever jarred the tip of your finger playing sport? You may have experienced instant pain, heard a “pop” sound on contact or be struggling to straighten the finger properly. If so, you have most likely suffered a mallet finger injury. What is mallet finger? How is […]

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Managing Tendinopathy in Runners – Exercise and Pain Education

What is a tendinopathy? How to manage tendon pain? In this blog we answer these questions and more to keep you running and performing for your next marathon.  Tendinopathy affects approximately 30% of runners and results in pain, swelling and decreased performance. Most commonly affected are the Achilles tendon and the Patellar tendon, likely due […]

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