Author: Jenna Clements, physiotherapist at All About Physio with a special interest in vestibular disorders What is vertigo? Vertigo is not a diagnosis, but rather a symptom of the sensation of self-motion when no self-motion is occurring or the sensation of distorted self-motion during an otherwise normal head movement. Patients suffering from vertigo often undergo several consultations and […]

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Women's Health Physiotherapy Kingscliff

The Core, The Floor & More….

By Jodie Robertson, Women’s Health Physiotherapist. There are many reasons for our pelvic floor becoming weaker and contributing to problems with control of our bladder and/or bowel. These include pregnancy, age, poor bladder habits, poor exercise habits or lack of general exercise, being overweight, weak abdominal muscles and more… For many women, the weakening of the […]

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Developmental Delay: When To Seek Advice About Late Or Delayed Milestones?

 By Carly Campbell, Paediatric Physiotherapist What is developmental Delay? The rate at which children meet their developmental milestones occurs across a spectrum, meaning that they develop and learn new skills  at different times, predominantly between the ages of 0 to 2 years. The typical developmental milestones a child achieves in this time include rolling, sitting on […]

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Paediatric Physiotherapy For Cerebral Palsy

By Alana Gardini, Paediatric Physiotherapist Cerebral palsy (CP) is one of the most prevalent physical disabilities in childhood, and one of the most common conditions we see as paediatric physiotherapists. Physiotherapy for CP focuses on flexibility, strength, coordination, and function, to help your child reach their full physical potential. What is CP? CP is a […]

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Women's Health Physiotherapy

Take Control of Urinary Incontinence

By Renata Asinelli, Women’s Health Physiotherapist Women have endured the symptoms of urinary incontinence as it was believed that leaking from the bladder was “the price you pay for having babies” or “part of getting older”, however, this no longer needs to be the case! Pelvic floor muscle training supervised by a trained women’s health physiotherapist is […]

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How To Boost Your Baby's Physical Development

Boost Your Baby’s Physical Development

By Alana Gardini, Paediatric Physiotherapist In order to boost your baby’s physical development it is important to understand how the process works… The Importance Of Early Movement Infants thrive on movement. It is their first major learning experience and one of their greatest achievements in the first year of life. Studies show that the amount […]

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My Strong Little Body

My Strong Little Body EBook

My Strong Little Body is an early intervention paediatric physiotherapy resource in eBook format designed for any parent interested in nurturing their child’s first movement and learning experiences. Written by paediatric physiotherapist Alana Gardini of All About Physio Nerang on the Gold Coast, It is a perfect guide for parents who want to support their baby with developmental […]

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Kingscliff Physiotherapy Rebrands

Kingscliff Physiotherapy has officially rebranded as All About Physio. Our team, services and location remain the same, the only difference is our new logo! Jeneene Evans, Adam Lees and Catherine Ketsimur are the directors of All About Physio with locations in Nerang on the Gold Coast and Kingscliff in northern NSW. We have a dedicated […]

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