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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...

By Sydney CBD Osteopath Dr Marcus Ng   If you work at a desk; proper desk ergonomics or set up is extremely important. In this blog we discuss: What is desk ergonomics? What is a microbreak?  Why do your shoulders/neck get sore from sitting? And how to...

Jaw pain? Jaw locking, clicking or popping? You may be suffering from Temporomandibular joint or TMJ disorder. What is Temporomandibular joint disorder? What causes TMJ problems? What are the common signs and symptoms? What to do if you have TMJ disorder? How long until it resolves?...

An ankle sprain or 'rolled ankle' refers to an over-stretching or tearing of ligament fibres- the strong bands of connective tissue which attach bone to bone. Ankle sprains, in particular lateral ankle sprains are one of the most common sporting injuries that we see. In this article...

By Sydney CBD Osteopath Dr Abbey Davidson What is patellofemoral pain syndrome? Are you experiencing knee grinding or clicking while running or exercising? Pain behind the knee cap? Worsening when going up stairs or even sitting for long periods of time? You may be experiencing Patellofemoral Pain...

Do you experience Lower Back Pain? The lower back and lumbopelvic region is a common area of pain for many people, with 70-80% of people experiencing this sort of pain at some point in their lives. Lower back pain can have a huge impact on an individual...

I feel stable, should I keep getting adjusted?   The short answer is of course! Chiropractic adjustments are much more than just getting rid of pain. Whilst pain is what gets most people through our door, it is usually not the greatest issue. Pain in itself can...

I am a physiotherapist and a runner. As a runner I know there is a fine line between better performances and injuries.   Running is a quick, natural, cheap, flexible way to keep fit. Yet, so many people suffer injuries from performing their running training or competitions....

Jaw pain is no laughing matter!   The jaw, also known as the temporomandibular joint (TMJ), is one of the most frequently used joints in the body. It is used for talking, eating, sucking and yawning. The TMJ muscles activate and oppose gravity to keep the mouth closed....