Introducing Deb Eveniss

Introducing Deb Eveniss

Deb has been a member of the Dynamic team for two months now as anexercise physiologist. She completed her Certificate IV in Fitness and soon after a Bachelor of Exercise and Sport Science, gaining a strong interest in ‘Active Ageing’ and improving the...
Dizziness from the Neck

Dizziness from the Neck

The neck is becoming increasingly more acknowledged as a potential source of dizziness. There is emerging evidence suggesting the upper neck can drive dizziness. This has come to be known as cervicogenic dizziness.   How do you identify it? Cervicogenic dizziness...
Desk Setup (Ergonomics)

Desk Setup (Ergonomics)

An inappropriately set up office environment is a key factor that drives a lot of injuries and pains. Fixing your desk situation can often fix your problem or prevent a problem in the first place. Common conditions include back pain, neck pain, and wrist pain.  ...
Parkinson’s Disease

Parkinson’s Disease

What is Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s Disease is a neurological degenerative disorder. That is, a condition that affects the brain, which typically worsens gradually over time. Specifically, the brain starts producing less of a critical chemical in body known as...
The Core

The Core

What is “The Core”? The core has for a long time been a focus in the fitness world and has been seen as a remedy for injury. There are many different definitions out there.   In a physiotherapy context, we define the core as a group of muscles. There is the...
Cervicogenic Headaches

Cervicogenic Headaches

What is Cervicogenic Headaches?   Cervicogenic headache, also known as a neck headache, refers to pain in the head that is caused by stiffness and pain in the upper neck.   Is my headache from the neck?   There are many types of headaches, such as...
Degenerative Changes

Degenerative Changes

A very common scenario we see in the clinic is someone who has had a recent bout of pain, had an X-ray, and been told by the doctor their problem is caused by “degenerative changes.”   What are these mysterious degenerative changes? It is a general term for...
Physical Activity

Physical Activity

Is what you are doing enough? Declining ability to do things you used to be able to do is a common problem as we age. This is because your body has a “use it or lose it” mentality to specific parts of the body such as muscle, bone, fitness and more. Fortunately we...
World Physical Therapy Day

World Physical Therapy Day

World Physiotherapy Day is celebrated every year so physiotherapists are able to raise awareness about the crucial role they play in keeping people healthy, safe as well as independent and mobile.   This year physiotherapists role in chronic pain is the theme...