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Elise Gane Lymphoedema Interview

Lymphoedema is the accumulation of fluid in the body which causes uncomfortable swelling, impaired mobility and recurrent infections. It most frequently affects the arms and legs, but can also be present in the groin, head and neck regions. 

Winter sport is upon us: Here’s how to prevent injuries

It’s winter sport season – and yes, that means freezing early Saturday mornings heading to the footy field, but it also means more injuries. According to specialist sports physiotherapist and APA member, Dr Loretta O’Sullivan-Pippia, it’s usually this time of year where we see an increase in nasty injuries in children.

Wheels turning for physio-led campaign to tackle chronic pain

Supported by the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA), the 700 kilometre cycle around Tasmania will be completed by a group of 25 health professionals whose work spans physiotherapy, psychology and medicine – all of whom have unique insights into treating and supporting patients suffering chronic pain.

From newborns to toddlers, physios are a safe option for babies

While controversy remains around the physical manipulation of infants and young babies, physiotherapists provide a trusted and safe option for parents whose babies do require intervention for numerous reasons.

Zoe Russell on ABC National Radio discussing De Quervain's Tenosynovitis

Zoe Russell, APAM, discusses De Quervain's Tenosynovitis with 774 ABC Melbourne.

SBS Insight - Kids' Sports Injuries

Kids' Sports Injuries. Jenny Brockie takes a look at why more and more kids are getting sports injuries.

Australian women urged to increase physical activity and prevent chronic disease

To mark International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) is urging Australian women to place higher priority on their physical and mental health and wellbeing.

‘Horrifying’ chiropractor footage stresses need for parents to think long and hard about infant therapies

If you’ve seen the shocking footage this week of a chiropractor manipulating a two-week-old baby’s spine, you might be wondering what therapies are safe and effective for infants and young children.

Your pain tool kit

Did you know? A physiotherapist or osteopath can design a workout specifically for your pain condition. 

Avoiding turnarounds

The Department of Health caused two weeks of angst towards the end of 2018 for the aged care allied health community and residential providers that use their services.

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