Archive for 2013

Battles with the Breast

Battles with the Breast   Breastfeeding is well known to be the best way of feeding new babies. What goes relatively undiscussed is how hard breastfeeding is for many women and the hiccups that can challenge even the most determined breastfeeders. Blocked ducts with or without mastitis […]

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Living Longer and Loving It

Living Longer and Loving It  As our population grows older and the average lifespan continues to increase, therapies that improve the quality of life and independence of older patients become increasingly important. Physiotherapy is being utilised more often now to help with management of arthritis, risk of […]

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Physiotherapists – Alice Crisp

Physiotherapists – Chris  & Alice Crisp After a great deal of searching for the right people, MGS is pleased to introduce you to Chris and Alice our most recent Physiotherapy recruits. Both Chris and Alice have been practicing Physiotherapy for the past 8-10 years, predominantly in private […]

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Prehabilitation. What is it? Does it work?

Prehabilitation.  What is it? Does it work? Most people have heard of Rehabilitation, the undertaking of treatment and exercise regime following an injury. Various studies are now showing the effectiveness of undertaking Physiotherapy treatment and an exercise program following an injury, but designed to help reduce symptoms […]

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Are you struggling with injury this soccer season? Perhaps the FIFA 11+ program is for you!

Are you struggling with injury this soccer season ?   Perhaps the FIFA 11+ program is for you ! payday loan fast approvalcash advance paall online payday advance The FIFA 11+ Injury Prevention Program is a complete warm-up regime designed to decrease the incidence of injury in […]

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Doing a George Smith

Doing a George Smith One of the most durable and toughest rugby union players was sidelined instantly in the Brumbies vs Waratahs clash recently when George Smith injured his medial ligament. Media reports later confirmed that George had sustained a grade 2 medial ligament injury. To see […]

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MGS Physiotherapy merges with Manly Physiotherapy to provide high quality care

MGS Physiotherapy merges with Manly Physiotherapy   MGS Physiotherapy are very excited to announce our merger with Manly Physiotherapy. This unique opportunity will allow both practices to merge and operate together out of our new premises to be located at 1 Whistler Street, Manly. The merger also means that […]

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Strains, Sprains and Tears – so what’s the difference?

ankle sprain

Strains, Sprains and Tears – so what’s the difference? An ankle sprain is one of the most common injuries experienced by athletes as well as by people in the workplace.  Many people use the terms interchangeably but there are specific differences.  Knowing the difference means understanding the […]

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We are moving to new premises in Manly!

MGS Physio Manly Premises

We are moving to modern new premises in Manly! MGS Physiotherapy is very excited to announce that we are moving to new premises conveniently located in Manly not far from where we are now. We will soon be located just across the lane from the 4 storey Whistler […]

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Meet Claudia Cook

Claudia Cook Physiotherapist

Meet Claudia Cook   MGS Physio would like to welcome Claudia.  Claudia is due to start working as one of our manual Physiotherapists next week. Claudia’s friendly, calm and relaxed nature influenced our decision to select her from a field of potential applicants. She comes to MGS […]

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