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physiotherapist Tag

Thrive Health Co. are looking for 2 new dynamic practitioners to join our team. We are looking for a Physiotherapist and a Remedial Massage Therapist. About Us We are a well-established, and progressive multi-disciplinary sports, spinal and musculoskeletal private practice, known for delivering excellent patient outcomes.  With over...

Are you looking to get fit, have fun, train with a group of like-minded people or set yourself a goal to run a marathon? Then the Thrive Health Co. Running Club is for you. The Thrive Health Co. Running Club meets every Friday at Dunlop Park Pool at Corinda at 5:45am. Mark from Run 4 Life is a very experienced running coach that has competed in over 75 marathons and ultra-marathons. Mat from Thrive Health Co. is our Physiotherapist and is also an experienced runner.

Mums and Bubs Classes at Thrive Health Co. Returning to exercise after having your baby is something that most new mothers look forward to, however with limited sleep and busy routines regular exercise can seem difficult. At Thrive Health Co. the Mums and Bubs class is run by our Women’s Health Physiotherapist in a relaxed and supportive environment and addresses the changes to the body that occur during pregnancy to help you recover from birth and regain your strength and confidence.

How to Choose the Right Health Care Provider for Your Injury! As many of you already know, we are very fortunate at Thrive Health Co. to have an amazing array of practitioners with their own unique skill sets to get you feeling great in as short of a time as possible. The question still remains however... Who is the best person to see for your specific sports injury? Hopefully this article will point you in the right direction to answering this question.

At Thrive Health Co. we would get asked at least a dozen times per week whether it is better to place ice or heat on an injury. There is so much conflicting advice out there, how do you know which is the best for your type of injury? As a general rule of thumb, any injury that has initially occurred will best be dealt with, with ice for the first 24-48 hours due to the fact that we want to decrease as much swelling as possible.