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Patient Experience at MGS Physio

Patient Experience at MGS Physio Watch our short video

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I’ve Got a Pinched Nerve in My Neck

I’ve Got a Pinched Nerve in My Neck Written by Brian Payne At the base of the neck is where people experience the greatest loads and of consequence injuries occur in this all important region. Commonly the Intervertebral discs may be injured enough to either touch and […]

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Flat or Flatter Feet

Flat or Flatter Feet Written by Brian Payne Unfortunately lately I have witnessed the result of people with either flat or flatter feet, purchasing on-line, an irresistible offer for running/training shoes. This has been unfortunate for them as the shoe has lead to an injury around the […]

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Are you ready for the Snow? Pete’s top tips to ensure a good trip

Are you ready for the Snow? Pete’s top tips to ensure a good trip Skiing and snowboarding are physically demanding sports that require good levels of strength, endurance, agility, balance and flexibility. The right preparation, fitness and knowledge can help you get the most out of your […]

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MMA – The Dreaded Arm Bar

MMA – The Dreaded Arm Bar Professional OneFC fighter Natalie Hills shows what it takes to fight her way back to the ring after sustaining a nasty elbow injury from the dreaded arm bar finishing technique. Natalie is one of the Northern Beaches top Atom Weight MMA […]

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Choosing The Best Surface To Run On

Choosing The Best Surface To Run On by Cameron Hobbs   Running in and around Sydney presents a unique opportunity to run on a number of surfaces, however one question always seems to be raised – which is the most ideal surface to train on? This short […]

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MGS Ongoing Education Program

MGS Ongoing Education Program   The Physiotherapists at MGS and North Curl Curl Physiotherapy pride themselves on staying up with the latest evidence based knowledge and treatment skills. The medical world is constantly evolving, with some past theories being disproven, and more commonly other treatment strategies and […]

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Jenny’s Back

Jenny’s Back   As our MGS family continues to grow, we welcome Jenny Doyle back from maternity leave from Saturday, 4th June. Jen has been busy living life with her not so new baby girl Seren. Both Jen and Sam are such proud parents and loving the […]

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Prevention

Prevention Written by Maleeka Rayner   Prevention is a big part of physiotherapy. Believe it or not, most injuries can be minimised and/or prevented by some simple day to day things you can do to look after yourself. If you are either training for a particular goal, keeping active […]

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Tendons Keep Us Performing

Tendons Keep Us Performing Looking after our tendons – by Peter Caine   Our tendons are like springs that store and release the energy we produce in our muscles, turning it into the forces we can generate with our bodies. They are incredible, elastic and resilient structures […]

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