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Running

Running can be a fantastic way to keep fit. It’s a low-cost form of exercise that can be done pretty much anywhere. Many people…
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The younger knee

Knee pain in adolescence is common. It is estimated 30% of adolescents develop pain in the front of the knee at some time, and…
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Shoulder pain

Our shoulders are very flexible joints and their dexterity allows us to use our arms effectively for activities such as reaching, carrying, writing, dressing,…
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The older knee

Knee pain as we age is common and frequently people believe this means they should stop doing as much weight bearing exercise as this…
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Slipped discs?

Back pain is a common source of complaint among society,  but is still at times poorly understood and managed. Many outdated ideas still form…
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Physiotherapy – what to expect

We are so often asked- Can Physiotherapy help my condition? What happens when I come to see you? As physiotherapists we help people with…
Burns Bay
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Chronic pain

A recent report estimated in 2018 there were 3.24 million Australians living with chronic pain, with more than half being of working age. Chronic…
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How much load can my back take?

We are often asked how much load can I safely lift without hurting my back? This question often comes from the old-fashioned thought that…
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Kids and Sport

This is the time of year, when lots of families are signing children up for winter sport or restarting school sport after the summer…
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Osteoarthritis

It is estimated osteoarthritis costs the Australian community approximately $23 billion per year. With an aging population, the number of people with arthritis and…
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Welcome Andrew

Burns Bay Physiotherapy welcomes Andrew Wang to our practice.Andrew previously worked at the Royal North Shore Hospital, then in private practice in Canberra. He…
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Hip Pain

Pain around the outside of the hip region is extremely common and more common in the older population. Traditionally this pain is referred to…
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Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common complaints and yet, it is the most poorly understood and treated. People often believe nothing can…
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Balance Control

It is easy to take balance for granted when we are young and have good balance. By the time we reach old age, poor…
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Sleeping well

We all know we feel much better after a good night’s sleep. Sleep is important for refreshing and restoring the function of our brain…
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Why does it hurt?

Have you ever wondered why sometimes you can do dramatic things and have no lasting pain? At other times seemingly small incidents gradually build,…
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Back Pain and diagnosis

Back pain is a common complaint. It is often said that 90% of people will experience back pain in their life. For some people…
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Understanding Muscle Strength

Strong muscles give many protective benefits to our bodies. Muscles move us, keep us upright and stable, plus help strengthen our bones. For this…
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Acute and Chronic Pain

Both acute pain (less than two month’s duration) and chronic pain (greater than two month’s duration) are very real. Both can be mild, moderate…
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Sporting Injuries

This time of year is when more people are involved with club level sports. As a result, there is a higher incidence of sporting…
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The foot bone’s connected to…..

We all remember the classic song “The foot bone’s connected to the thigh bone, the thigh bone’s connected to the shoulder bone…” In many…
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Welcome Kirsty

We welcome Kirsty Tradell to Burns Bay Physiotherapy. Kirsty replaces Peter Caine who had been with us for over 10 years. Kirsty comes with…
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Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is pain over the outside of the elbow, caused by overuse or repetitive activity of the muscles in the area that extend…
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Running

Running can be a fantastic way to keep fit. It’s a low-cost form of exercise that can be done pretty much anywhere. Many people…
blog

The younger knee

Knee pain in adolescence is common. It is estimated 30% of adolescents develop pain in the front of the knee at some time, and…
blog

Shoulder pain

Our shoulders are very flexible joints and their dexterity allows us to use our arms effectively for activities such as reaching, carrying, writing, dressing,…
blog

The older knee

Knee pain as we age is common and frequently people believe this means they should stop doing as much weight bearing exercise as this…
Burns Bay
blog

Slipped discs?

Back pain is a common source of complaint among society,  but is still at times poorly understood and managed. Many outdated ideas still form…
blog

Physiotherapy – what to expect

We are so often asked- Can Physiotherapy help my condition? What happens when I come to see you? As physiotherapists we help people with…
Burns Bay
blog

Chronic pain

A recent report estimated in 2018 there were 3.24 million Australians living with chronic pain, with more than half being of working age. Chronic…
blog

How much load can my back take?

We are often asked how much load can I safely lift without hurting my back? This question often comes from the old-fashioned thought that…
blog

Kids and Sport

This is the time of year, when lots of families are signing children up for winter sport or restarting school sport after the summer…
blog

Osteoarthritis

It is estimated osteoarthritis costs the Australian community approximately $23 billion per year. With an aging population, the number of people with arthritis and…
blog

Welcome Andrew

Burns Bay Physiotherapy welcomes Andrew Wang to our practice.Andrew previously worked at the Royal North Shore Hospital, then in private practice in Canberra. He…
blog

Hip Pain

Pain around the outside of the hip region is extremely common and more common in the older population. Traditionally this pain is referred to…
blog

Back Pain

Back pain is one of the most common complaints and yet, it is the most poorly understood and treated. People often believe nothing can…
blog

Balance Control

It is easy to take balance for granted when we are young and have good balance. By the time we reach old age, poor…
blog

Sleeping well

We all know we feel much better after a good night’s sleep. Sleep is important for refreshing and restoring the function of our brain…
blog

Why does it hurt?

Have you ever wondered why sometimes you can do dramatic things and have no lasting pain? At other times seemingly small incidents gradually build,…
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