on Thursday, March 1st, 2018 in Health & Wellbeing, Healthy Eating.
[If you don’t have a sour dough starter, dry yeast can be used – approx. 1 tsp per cup flour.] Dry Ingredients 450 g (3 cups) bread flour 1 tsp bread improver 1 tsp salt 3 tbsp fresh chopped rosemary ½ cup olives roughly chopped Wet Ingredients ½ cup sourdough starter 300 ml warm water […]
on Thursday, March 1st, 2018 in Glenhuntly Physiotherapy Clinic, Health & Wellbeing, Physiotherapy.
By Emmanuel Rey, Physiotherapist VERTIGO V/S FEELING LIGHT HEADED Vertigo is a condition that makes you feel like everything around you is spinning. It comes from the latin word “vertere” to spin. Vertigo is different from feeling light headed, which is often linked to low blood pressure and happens when standing too fast from sitting […]
on Thursday, November 23rd, 2017 in Glenhuntly Physiotherapy Clinic, Health & Wellbeing, Physiotherapy, Pilates.
Do you experience pain on the side of your hip? Do you have pain at night when lying in bed? Is your hip sore when you get out of the car, walk up stairs or after sitting for a while? If you suffer from any or all of the above symptoms, you may have a […]
on Wednesday, July 5th, 2017 in Allied Health, Glenhuntly Physiotherapy Clinic, Health & Wellbeing, Physiotherapy, Pilates.
Preventing sporting injuries in young people By Physio Emmanuel Rey In a physiotherapy practice, we see a lot of children and young adults with sporting injuries like torn Anterior Cruciate Ligaments (ACL), ankle sprains etc. Often we put this down to just bad luck – I stepped funny, I landed badly, I twisted… Children have […]
on Sunday, May 21st, 2017 in Glenhuntly Physiotherapy Clinic, Health & Wellbeing, Physiotherapy, Pilates.
Plantar fasciitis is an inflammation of the fascial ligaments of the sole of the foot. It is often caused by overuse or stress to the fascia due to factors such as: – increased walking or running – inappropriate footwear – prolonged standing – either high-arched feet or flat and pronated feet. Plantar fasciitis can be […]
on Sunday, October 2nd, 2016 in Health & Wellbeing, Physiotherapy.
For some years now I have dreamed of riding in the magnificent scenery I see each year from the comfort of my bed at 2am as the Tour de France graces our TV screens – the Pyrenees, the medieval castles, châteaux, Gabriel and his samplings of food, wine and cheese… And so when the opportunity […]
on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 in Allied Health, Health & Wellbeing.
Marise has a special intro offer of 50% off for the month of March. A big welcome to Marise Douglas our new Remedial Massage Therapist who is replacing Claire’s services. For the last four years she’s been treating in WA and VIC and is excited to now share her talent here at the clinic. Marise […]
on Wednesday, February 18th, 2015 in Allied Health, Health & Wellbeing, Healthy Eating.
Nuts (unsalted, unroasted) Almonds or Cashews 1 cup Water (filtered if possible) 4 cups Dates optional for sweetness Method Soak nuts (and a few dates if using) for 4-6 hours or overnight Once soaked, rinse thoroughly, discarding soaking water Blend the 4 cups of filtered water and the nuts (and dates) in a blender on […]
on Wednesday, January 14th, 2015 in Glenhuntly Physiotherapy Clinic, Health & Wellbeing, Pilates.