The role of sleep in injury recovery and performance

Sleep serves a critical physiological function, and is arguably the single most important factor in: injury recovery, training adaptation, neuro-cognition and optimum performance.


Optimising Your Home Office

In the era of COVID-19, many of us are now working from home, with a large majority of us working from our laptop. Without our usual office set-ups, standing desks or activity based workspaces, we are more prone to all those annoying niggling aches and pains that can come as a result of spending long periods in sub-optimal positions.


Disc-related Low Back Pain

Having worked in both regional communities and metropolitan areas, I have learned that disc-related low back pain have a fearsome reputation amongst patient and practitioner alike. With many holding the strong assumption that a “slipped” disc is a life sentence of disability and low back pain.

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