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Easter Hours 2018

Easter Operating Hours 2018  Please note our Easter opening hours are as follows: Good Friday  –   CLOSED Easter Saturday –  8am to 12pm Easter Sunday – CLOSED Easter Monday – CLOSED Please contact us to arrange your next Physiotherapy appointment. We wish you all a safe and enjoyable Easter break! Photo by Helena Lopes from […]

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Teenage Rehab / Prehab Group Ex Classes – Monday Afternoons

Teenage Rehab / Prehab Group Ex Classes    Some great news – BROOKE will be opening a couple of Teenage Rehab / Prehab Group Ex Classes on Monday afternoons. We have seen great interest and success with this population group in the past with Kate running similar sessions prior to her maternity […]

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Plagiocephaly (aka Flat Head Syndrome)

Plagiocephaly (aka Flat Head Syndrome)   Positional plagiocephaly (play-gee-o-kef-a-lee) describes the flattened shape of a baby’s head. Also known as ‘flat head syndrome’, it can affect the back or side of the skull and sometimes the shape of the ears, forehead and face. It does not affect […]

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Prevention of Children’s Sporting Injuries

Prevention of Children’s Sporting Injuries   Participation in sport improves physical fitness, coordination, and self-discipline, and gives children valuable opportunities to learn teamwork. Sporting activities can also result in injuries. Some of these injuries are minor and some are serious. Still others result in lifelong medical problems. […]

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Exciting new role for Cam Hobbs – Shoulder Physio for Shoulder Specialist Dr Graeme MacDougal

Exciting new role for Cam Hobbs – Shoulder Physio for Shoulder Specialist Dr Graeme MacDougal   MGS Physiotherapy has been working alongside Shoulder Specialist Dr Graeme MacDougal for some years now. The specific in house and follow up Prehab and Rehab Physio, however, has been performed by […]

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The Rotator Cuff – What Is It And Why Is It So Important??

The Rotator Cuff – What Is It And Why Is It So Important??   Shoulder injuries are very common, with the most typical injury being ones related to the Rotator Cuff. As a result, we hear the term thrown around a lot. However, most people are unaware […]

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Ongoing Education For MGS Physio’s

Ongoing Education For MGS Physio’s By Matt Geister   We were kindly invited to Peninsula Orthopaedics in Dee Why to attend an information and workshop evening. Headed up by Dr David Dickison and his esteemed group of Specialists. It was great for our team of Physio’s along with […]

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Christmas Wishes 2017

Christmas Wishes from MGS Physiotherapy

Christmas wishes to all of our MGS patients MGS Physiotherapy remains open over the Christmas and New Year period Usual opening hours Monday to Friday 7am – 7pm and Saturdays 8am – 2pm Days Open/Closed over the Festive Season Open:  Saturday, 22nd December, 2017 Closed: Christmas Day, Monday, 25th […]

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TFCC (Triangular Fibro Cartilage Complex) Injury

TFCC (Triangular Fibro Cartilage Complex) Injury By Reece Jones   Do you have pain in your wrist? If you have pain at the base of your little finger at the wrist, it could be due to an injury to the Triangular Fibro Cartilage Complex (TFCC). Quick tests […]

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I’ve Got Pain in my Wrist, What is it?

I’ve Got Pain in my Wrist, What is it? By Reece Jones   Here is a quick test to help work out if your wrist and/or thumb pain is De Quervains De Quervain’s: Have you got wrist or thumb pain? Named after the Swiss surgeon who first […]

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