Peninsula Physiotherapy and Health

Strength | Mobility | Function | Performance


Patella Tendonitis || Eliminate It Quickly

admin | February 29, 2016

Patella Tendonitis can be a frustrating issue to have. Commonly referred to as “Jumper’s Knee”, it is an issue that effects the tendon (or ligament if you want to get technical) that connects the kneecap to the bony part at…..

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Ditch The Stitch || Is It The Back Again?

admin | February 18, 2016

We’ve all most likely had one before. That crappy feeling somewhere below or around our ribs – sometimes we can push through it during a run, sometimes it won’t let us. Either way it sucks. So what is it and…..

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PNF Stretching || Immediately Loosen Those Muscles

admin | February 15, 2016

For as long as there have been tight muscles we’ve been stretching. And as long as we’ve been stretching we’ve unfortunately been missing out. The idea of holding a muscle on stretch to make it looser is becoming more and…..

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Persistent Calf Issues || A Daniel Wells-Inspired Tale.

admin | February 10, 2016

Over the past two years,┬áNorth Melbourne Football Club┬árepresentative Daniel Wells has struggled with a calf complaint. Encouragingly, he is in the process of putting the final touches on an arduous comeback to AFL football. We wish him all the best……

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Run Free || Loosen Up Your Back Before A Run

admin | February 8, 2016

Before setting out on a run what do you do? Swing your legs a few times, touch your toes and off you go? This post isn’t intended to berate your potential lack of stretching but we’d like to let you…..

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Sore Neck || Don’t Be A “Hinger”

admin | February 1, 2016

Suffer from a sore neck? Are you a “Hinger”? We know that all aches and pains happen for a reason. We also know that the cause of most aches and pains aren’t immediately obvious. But some are. If you, or…..

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