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We would like to welcome Judith Donnelly to our Body Logic team. Judith will be working with us as our Women’s Health locum over the next 7 weeks.

 

Judith has over 20 years of experience in the area of Continence and Women's Health. She was one of the first physiotherapists in Western Australia to complete post graduate studies in the area of women’s health.

Judith completed a post grad Diploma in Physiotherapy (Women's Health) at Curtin University in 1991. She has worked in the public system as senior Continence and Women’s Health physiotherapist at Fremantle Hospital and also has extensive experience in private practice.

Judith specialises in the physiotherapy management of pelvic floor dysfunction and incontinence in men, women and children.  This includes management of incontinence, prolapse, pelvic pain and sexual dysfunction, care for women in the ante and postnatal period and care for men pre and post prostatectomy surgery and women before and after gynaecological surgery. She has a strong interest in the management of childhood bladder and bowel dysfunction.

Judith currently practices at our Shenton Park Clinic.

Tuesdays 7.30am – 4.00pm.

 

Victoria Simpson returns from Europe - Womens Tennis Circuit “Life as a WTA Tour Physiotherapist the Clay Court Season”

“As the French call it the only Grand Slam played on Clay”

Victoria talks about injury prevention guiding the athletes in their training and match preparation as they adapt their game to suit the differing surfaces and conditiions

For more information on this article please click on the link "Life as a WTA Tour Physiotherapist The Clay Court Season"

 

Chris Perkin features in the Medical Forum WA Magazine "An Ankle's Tale.....After Surgery"

It’s not uncommon to see AFL players back on the paddock in double quick time after a serious sporting injury.  The recovery time in the real world can be markedly different but good communication between health professional and patient can lead to
positive outcomes

Chris recommends a holistic approach for both professional athletes and mere mortals is the best way to ensure a complete recovery.

To read more about this article please click on the link An Ankle's Tale

 

Michael Williams features in the Health & Medicine section of The West Australian "Pushing through the pain"

Michael discusses the benefits of incorporating exercise into your daily life.

Michael says it is common for people to avoid exercising when they were in pain. “As a society we tend to operate under the pain equals damage and more pain equals more damage way of thinking. But for many pain conditions, especially chronic or persistent pain, we know from evidence that this is not true and in fact resting can be worse than exercising.”

For more information on this article please click on the link The West Australian

 

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Our physios off to the Rio Olympics!

Our Physios looking after the Olympians

Leon's off to Rio!

Travis, Lauren and Chris treating the Olympians in track and field, runners and the pole vaulters here home at our Bethesda clinic Claremont.

Check out the article in The Post 23rd April (Page 78)

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Pete O’Sullivan travels to Europe for the month of April

Pete has been invited as a guest speaker at the following symposiums:

  • Royal Free Hospital – London
  • Aalborg University – Denmark
  • AGM Musculoskeletal Medicine in Levi – Finland
  • Management of Back Pain Primary Care in Rokua -Finland

During his travels Pete has allocated time for research including collaborations with:

  • Imperial College – London
  • University of Southern – Denmark
  • Aalborg University -Denmark
  • Oulu University - Finland

This includes a four day training of primary health care practitioners managing LBP in collaboration with Professor Steven Linton (world leading pain psychologist).

Pete will bring back new knowledge of the latest research developments in musculoskeletal pain disorders.

A busy time for Pete and we look forward to hearing all about it!

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Michelle Du Plessis features in the April edition of InMotion Magazine

 

Michelle discusses a case study on chronic low back pain (page 79)

 For more information or to view the article please click on the link InMotion

 

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Pete O’Sullivan has been invited to speak at the APA WA Symposium on the 21st May

 

Pete O’Sullivan has been invited to speak at the APA WA Symposium on the 21st May 2016

Bookings now open!

For more information or to register please click on the link May Symposium

 

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Lauren Shelley has accepted a teaching position at Curtin University

 

Congratulations Lauren!

Lauren Shelley has accepted a teaching position at Curtin University.

Lauren will continue to practice out of a Claremont clinic 2 days a week.

 

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