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February 12, 2019

How time flies.

I remember going for a run, on the 11th of November, it was 16 degrees and my goal was to complete an almost 3 km loop without stopping. This was approximately 4 and a half months after my surgery, and while I felt sore and tired afterward the run which...

October 29, 2018

I am very pleased to say that my rehab has progressed significantly since the last instalment.

I feel like I am not doing our industry justice in saying it, but it feels amazing to be back doing “real exercise”. I am not understating the importance of the early phase bu...

August 24, 2018

At no point of this process did I think I would have thoughts that my life may be at risk. I tore my Achilles tendon and had it surgically repaired, no big deal in the scheme of health issues. However, after visiting my surgeon for a regular review 6 weeks post op, and...

August 8, 2018

For my entire career I have attempted to sympathise with my patients and the anxiety they feel coming back from injury or illness. And until you get to walk in their shoes (again, pun intended) you really can’t comprehend it.

Last week I was able to take my first steps...

July 25, 2018

It’s amazing how perspective can hit you like a truck.  2 weeks ago I was working my backside off trying to make a difference in the lives of my patients/clients while trying to grow a business to provide market leading health care to the people of Rowville, while play...

July 15, 2018

As I drove home from the surgeons office reality set in. 2 weeks on full bed rest, 8-12 weeks on crutches and not being able to drive and likely 12 months before I can play any sport or sprint around playing with my kids. Being an Accredited Exercise Physiologist and t...

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