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We are experiencing some technical difficulties and our phone lines are available in a limited capacity. 

This is a service provider issue and we are working with them to ensure this is resolved as soon as possible.

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We apologise for any inconvenience and thankyou for your patience during this time.


MOVING WITH
YOU THROUGH LIFE

At Healthfocus Physiotherapy, we help you move through life. How you move is important to you, your family and your lifestyle.

We support you getting back to the things
you enjoy. Our ongoing support expands
across your entire lifespan, from early
development, sports, family and senior years.
We do this so you can keep living your best
life.

We add a spring to your step, and share our
knowledge, expertise and techniques with
you, so you can better take care of your body.
We treat you as an individual, so can feel the
change in yourself.

We believe no matter what age you are, you
can be happy and healthy.

If you’re not moving as you’d like, or you’re
feeling injured or unwell, we can help get you
moving again.

Let’s move to a more proactive movement
towards health.

Make an appointment online today, no
referral necessary.

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Winter Vitamin D

It’s a miserable 10 degrees outside and the office heater keeps us nice and cozy in the break room, but did you know that for those of us living on the Border, during winter we need at least 30-40 minutes of midday sun exposure to our hands and forearms so our bodies can top up their vitamin D stores for healthy bones and muscles. This June and July, Cancer Council NSW and Arthritis and Osteoporosis NSW are encouraging indoor workers to “Take Time for a Vitamin D Break”.

The importance of keeping active, even over winter!

At this time of year, I often see an increase in injuries resulting from physical inactivity. It’s cold and dark outside, and it’s not as easy to find the time (or motivation) to use our bodies the same way we do in the warmer months. I frequently get clients presenting with seemingly unexplained discomfort like back pain or knee stiffness, and after some questioning often discover that frequency of regular activity (walking or bike riding for example) has been recently reduced.
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