Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles Tendinopathy

What is Achilles Tendinopathy? Achilles tendinopathy is where the tendon that connects the calf to the back of the heel becomes thickened, weak, and painful. This results in localised pain, typically worse after activities. Running and jumping will be sore, as well as...
Ankle Sprain

Ankle Sprain

Ankle sprain are responsible for a large proportion of games missed in AFL, Soccer and Netball just to name a few. So, as Pre-season and rego starts to ramp up its important to know how to avoid and manage this type of injury. Prevention: Prevention is particularly...
Falls Risk

Falls Risk

Have you had a fall recently?   If you have, it may be a good time to book in a health and fitness check with an Exercise Physiologist. They will help to assess which component of your balance system may be affected the most. This will help to identify the best...
New Year New You

New Year New You

Let us help you start you fitness journey the right way! Our New Year New You health package allows you to kickstart your health journey with our experienced Exercise Physiologists who will help you with your fitness goals. The package includes the following: 1x...
Introducing Alex Bate

Introducing Alex Bate

Alex has been working as an exercise physiologist at our Asquith clinic since it opened in 2016. He grew up in the Hornsby area and took an interest in sports, including tennis, mountain biking, and soccer. He was honored to represent Asquith Boys High School on their...
Introducing Binal Vather

Introducing Binal Vather

DMP is excited to introduce to you Binal Vather, our new Physiotherapist based in Galston.   Binal graduated from the Australian Catholic University and has had diverse experience in private practice, musculoskeletal and sports physiotherapy, chronic disease...
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...