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Acting the clown - how to become a Paediatric Physiotherapist

For Nicole Pates, becoming a Paediatric Physiotherapist meant she was able to combine her love of children with her passion for physiotherapy.

Exercise and funding to combat soaring rates of osteoarthritis

At present, there are more than 2.2 million Australians living osteoarthritis (OA), a joint disease which causes chronic pain, and rates continue to soar.

Scrolling the day away

There is strong evidence our screen use is contributing heavily to the amount of time we spend being sedentary. This is because screen time is nearly always associated with sitting or lying down, says Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) paediatric physiotherapist Nicole Pates.

Pippa Middleton’s post-pregnancy bikini pics come with warning from health professionals

Australian Physiotherapy Association women’s health group chairwoman Cath Willis said though Ms Middleton provided a good example of the benefits of exercise during pregnancy, women should focus on getting enough rest and establishing a good breast milk supply.

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