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Coogee Bay Health & Injury Care
Shop 4 / 55 Dudley St Coogee NSW 2034

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Should I Feel Sore After Foam Rolling?

The answer is no! Foam rolling should not leave you feeling sore. If it does, you’re either doing it too aggressively, or you have a condition for which foam rolling is not appropriate. I understand the popularly held view that foam rolling works best when you go hard, but there

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Is it bad to crack your back?

Cracking or popping your own back often brings about a sense of easier movement and a reduced sense of pain and stiffness. But is it a bad thing to do? From a research perspective, the question does not appear to have been investigated to any great depth. There is research

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Does Physio Work for Sciatica?

Physiotherapy may be an effective treatment option for the cluster of symptoms often referred to as “sciatica”. Sciatica is a diagnostic term that was coined in the 1980s to describe the classical presentation of pain running down the back of the leg along the path of the sciatic nerve. It

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Can Physio Help An Arthritic Hip?

Yes! Physio can help you if you have an arthritic hip. There are however, a few points of clarification that are worth relaying to you. Typically the type of arthritis one develops in the hip joint is osteoarthritis. Osteoarthritis is the product of wear and tear of the joint surfaces

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