An update from Natasha

At the clinic: As someone who particularly enjoys treating shoulders, I took over the job of organising and hosting our shoulder workshop as a webinar over the past few months. These have been valuable, but I’m definitely glad to go back to our face-to-dace workshops at Felltimber Community Centre as soon as we can. Workshops are a great opportunity to teach people with shoulder or arm pain how to work out what might be going on for them. We also bust a lot [...]

By |August 7th, 2020|Categories: Pain and Injury Tips|Tags: , , |0 Comments

An update from Rob

At the clinic: As part of our Personal Best Physiotherapy VIP page I’ve been creating a video each week for our “Ask a physio” segment. This is a great opportunity for our past and present patients to ask a question about anything related to exercise, movement or activity. We’ve already answered some great questions about how best to sleep with a sore hip, how to improve your sitting posture and why 10k steps might not be the best goal for exercise. This is [...]

By |July 21st, 2020|Categories: Team News|0 Comments

What’s Happening at Personal Best in July?

After "making it" through the Stage 3 restrictions of March and April our practice was slowly returning to normal - then came the recent border closure between NSW and Victoria!  I want to let our NSW patients know that we are here for you - here's 3 things we are doing to help: With Mary's professional approach at the front desk, we run on time.  It is rare that we are more than 10 minutes behind schedule, and there is no difficulty crossing the [...]

By |July 15th, 2020|Categories: Practice News|0 Comments

From Mary at the Front Desk

As restrictions have relaxed a little we are no longer staggering patient appointments. We still have only 2 therapists consulting at one time to limit people in the waiting room and we ask that you continue to arrive at your appointment time. If you arrive early please wait in your car. Hand sanitizer is available at the front desk and we ask that you use this when you enter the clinic. We have re-opened on Wednesdays with Nathan seeing patients in the morning [...]

By |July 8th, 2020|Categories: Practice News|0 Comments

Cheesy Pumpkin Bonfire Damper

Ingredients • 2 cups (300g) self-raising flour • 20g butter, chopped • 1 cup (110g) coarsely grated butternut pumpkin • 1/2 cup (60g) coarsely grated cheddar • 100g feta, coarsely crumbled • 60g baby spinach leaves, thinly shredded • 1 cup (250ml) buttermilk, plus extra to brush • 2 tablespoons natural seed mix with pine nuts • Sliced cured meats, from the deli, to serve • Antipasto, from the deli, to serve • Cherry truss tomatoes, to serve Method: 1.  Preheat oven to 200C. [...]

By |June 2nd, 2020|Categories: Recipes|0 Comments

Rob’s Next Steps

When I returned from Tajikistan last August my body was a bit of a wreck and motivation was lacking. I was looking forward to a relaxing summer at home to recover some energy but instead we got hit with the bushfires. At times we had fires right up to our backyard in Porepunkah and had to evacuate three times. We were lucky not to lose any property like some but having a bushfire bear down on you really makes you think what’s important to [...]

By |May 25th, 2020|Categories: Team News|Tags: |0 Comments
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