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Intro to massage ‘guns’: There has been no shortage of adverts and social media campaigns over the last few years spruiking “massage guns” or “hand-held massagers” touted as the latest and greatest at curing all aches and pains for everyone, from grandparents to athletes. So as...

Calf strains are a common injury that occurs to one of the muscles located at the back of your lower leg.   Muscles of the calf: There are three muscles located in this area which come together to form the Achilles tendon. These are the: Gastrocnemius Soleus Plantaris   Out...

We get a lot of questions about whether or not it’s okay to exercise through pain, how do I know it’s too much or am I doing more damage than good? What even is pain? To understand pain, we often give the analogy of an alarm system....

Trigger point (TrP)! You hear it all the time, but what exactly is are trigger points and what can you do about them? What are trigger points? To put it simply, a trigger point is a “knot” in your muscle. That nagging nodule in your shoulder, or...

Facemasks have become part of our everyday life - do you ever find yourself feeling breathless? If you do, then you are not alone. I have personally felt the discomfort whilst treating my patients with a mask on, and even after several weeks I’ve yet...

Tibialis posterior tendon dysfunction also be known as tibialis posterior tendinopathy is an under-diagnosed cause of medial arch foot and ankle pain. The tibialis posterior is a muscle that attaches from the fibula and tibia (shin bones) to 6 small bones of the inner portion...

What is it? Sacroiliac Joint pain describes discomfort originating from the Sacroiliac Joint (SIJ).   The Sacroiliac Joint is located at the lower back. It is the Joint between your sacrum (located centrally at the base of the spine) and the ilium (the pelvic crests). The SI joint...

By Physiotherapist Kavan Chen What is Tempo? From early research until now, it has been well established in the rehabilitation world that time under tension (total time that your muscles are stressed during an exercise), neuro-modulation (how your brain perceives, reacts and adapts to the exercise stress)...

Headaches can can be linked to the cervical spine and posture. Read up on cervicogenic headaches and how massage therapy can help: Cervicogenic Headaches and Massage Therapy ...

Our experienced Chiropractor Steven Tran talks all about tennis elbow https://quayhealth.com.au/what-is-tennis-elbow/ ...