• When should I stretch?

    Stretching regularly feels good and helps you move better, yet there is debate over how often to stretch and when is the best time. There are a number of factors to consider so we will try and help you understand what’s best for you.


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    How much exercise should I do?

    As physiotherapists, patients often ask us about their exercise routine, and specifically, how much exercise they should be doing. It can be easy to think that more exercise is better, however that’s not always the case.

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  • Everyone should know these 3 neck & shoulder exercises

    How are your neck and shoulders feeling today? If you’ve ever felt pain, soreness or stiffness around your neck, shoulders or arms, you should know that this is your body’s way of saying something isn’t quite right. But don't worry, we've put together this blog post to share with your our three favourite neck and shoulder exercises. Read on to learn more.

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  • AB Online Physio

    AB physiotherapy provides online telehealth, utilising a secure videolink. This option can provide diagnosis and management of acute injuries, continue and progress your exercises and provide postural and ergonomic advice. or create a sustainable home exercise program, . You will be sent an email link prior to your appointment.
    This allows you the flexibility to remain in your own home, become more knowledgeable about managing your health, and have continuity of care if you are unable to attend the clinic, so you can move well and stay well.

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    GLA:D™ Australia

    GLA:D stands for Good Living with Arthritis: Denmark. It is a good-living and exercise program for people with osteoarthritis of the knee and hip, developed in Denmark. It is suitable if you have mild, moderate or severe osteoarthritis of the hip or knee

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  • Knee assessment, joint and ligament

    What is osteoarthritis?

    Osteoarthritis (or OA) is a lifelong joint disease that can start without any obvious reason. OA is a disease that affects the whole joint, and is the leading cause of inactivity in people over 65 years of age.

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