Does your car suit you?

May 24, 2018 — Meredith McIntyre

When having pain, we need to look at all the aspects of our own lives that can contribute.
Driving can create significant stress to the neck, shoulders and back when your seat does not support you properly.
(Most modern cars have several seat adjustments which will make a substantial difference)
Safety must always be the first concern however and any adjustment must still allow you to see the road, your mirrors and instruments easily.

How can a Personal Trainer help you reach your fitness goals?

May 10, 2018

A Personal Trainer may seem like an indulgent luxury but there are many ways they can help you achieve your fitness goals, whether it be toning, strengthening, weight loss or athletic aspirations. We have put together a quick cheat sheet on the advantages of having a personal trainer & the benefits you are likely to achieve.

When is a prepointe assessment useful for your students?

February 20, 2018 — Anita Bruce

We are all now well and truly up and running for the year and for many students it is now the time when their dream of dancing on their “toes” can become reality.  Most dance teachers can determine quite definitively the skills required for this advanced technique, and which of their dancers will be able to effortlessly progress to pointe work.  Unfortunately, not all students will have the anatomy to work en pointe, and most teachers don’t need a prepointe assessment from a physiotherapist to tell them this!  So what can a physiotherapy screening offer your students?