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...
Tendinopathy

Tendinopathy

Tendon Pain Pain coming from one of our tendons is a common condition seen in the clinic. Common examples include Achilles tendinopathy, Patella tendinopathy, Rotator Cuff tendinopathy, and Tennis Elbow. Tendinitis? Tendinosis? Tendinopathy? Which one is it? Generally...
Strength Training As You Get Older

Strength Training As You Get Older

Declining strength is a common problem in older people. This is because muscle strength is driven by the stimulus we provide to that particular muscle. In other words, we “use it or lose it” Lifestyle changes can mean we have reduced activity as we get older. Further,...
Tradies National Health Month

Tradies National Health Month

What Is It? Tradies National Health Month, which runs throughout August, places a firm focus on the health of Australia’s tradies. While we’ve seen improvements, according to Safe Work Australia our trade industry accounts for 58 per cent of serious claims for...
Strength Training

Strength Training

‘I’ve just joined a gym and I’m ready to get strong, but I don’t know where to start!’   How do I build muscle? Muscles grow and get stronger as they react to the stresses we put on them. That means the exercise needs to heavy/difficult and it needs to make us...
Introducing Digby Nield

Introducing Digby Nield

Digby has been a physiotherapist here at Dynamic Motion  for the last 4 months working at Galston.   Growing up in Normanhurst Digby had a strong interest in sports, predominantly football (soccer), tennis and cricket with the occasional surfing trip added in....
ACL Rehab

ACL Rehab

  ACL Rehab The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is one of the more well known injuries because of its slow recovery time. The general expectation is for recovery to take 9-12 months.   Why does it take so long? Well there is a lot involved… Rehab begins even...

ACL Injury

What is an ACL Injury? Injury to the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) in the knee is one of the most feared injuries across the sporting world. This is mainly because of the extensive rehabilitation involved and the prospect of needing surgical intervention. The ACL...

Introducing Sam Warner!

Sam is our latest recruit here at Dynamic Motion Physiotherapy joining our team of physiotherapists. Sam started his studies at UTS undertaking a bachelor of Sport and Exercise Science. His aim was to acquire the prerequisite knowledge from this degree to study within...

Dry Needling

    What is dry needling? Dry needling involves inserting a very thin needle into a muscle in order to reduce muscle tension and pain. How does it work? There is considerable evidence available that dry needling works. However, there are various theories...