Author: Megan Storey

February – the month of love! We hope you all had a wonderful Valentine’s Day, and to continue those feel-good endorphins, we’ve made sure that there’s so much to love in this newsletter. You’ll find some information on our sporting partner, The North Sydney Bears, and our upcoming workshop. And our Education Quarter explains more about making the most out...

Exercise is great for bone health! In fact, it is widely accepted that exercise is one of the most effective ways of keeping your bones strong and healthy. ...

Before we head in to the craziness of Christmas and 2020, we'd like to thank you for being a valued client at St Leonards Physio. This is our last e-newsletter for the year, so please check out our news below for upcoming programs, clinic happenings, tips and education. Have a wonderful Christmas from everyone here at St Leonards Physio. We wish...

We’re here to give you a little run down on some common injuries we see here at St Leonards Physio. This blog will concentrate on injuries related to ‘soft’ tissues… Namely muscles, tendons and ligaments....

Wow, Christmas is next month! This year has flown by, and we’re about to head into one of the busiest seasons of the year. Check out our news below for upcoming programs, clinic happenings, tips and education. Chronic disease program Do you have Osteoarthritis, Diabetes, Osteoporosis, Cancer or Chronic back pain? We run exercise programs with the goal to help people...

Have you ever rolled your ankle? Plenty of us have, especially people who partake in sports such as netball, basketball, volleyball, football and soccer, where ankle injuries are one of the most common injuries of all. These sports all involve pivoting, quick changes of direction, jumping and landing. The classic ankle injury involves rolling your ankle during landing on an uneven surface from a jump,...

Hello everyone and welcome to our September blog (it’s 4 months until Christmas - the countdown is on!). This month we are going to answer a question that we get asked A LOT by our patients. And because we get asked it so much, we thought we would dedicate a whole blog to it. The question we refer to is...

It’s Sunday, which can only mean one thing… You’re meeting with your soccer team to play a friendly competitive game against your local rivals. After years out from playing, this season, you’ve decided to dust off the boots and start playing again. Life has been generous over the years, a doting partner, two healthy children, and maybe a generous waistline...