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,...
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....

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...
Orthotics

Orthotics

What are orthotics? When people talk about orthotics, they are usually referring to rigid inserts that are placed in a shoe in order to provide increased support for the foot.   Why might I need orthotics? Historically, orthotics are often prescribed to improve...
Ankle Sprains

Ankle Sprains

What is a sprained ankle? Sprained ankles are very common, and come in many different forms. By far the most common ankle sprain is a tear of the  ligaments on the outside of the ankle. Less commonly you can tear the inner side, the mid-part of the foot, or suffer a...