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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.

Book an appointment

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Prevention and recovery from workplace injuries

Work is a very important part of our lives and an essential aspect of Australia’s economy and growth. It not only provides us with financial security but it also gives us meaning, purpose and a sense of fulfillment. It’s therefore important to keep as many people working as possible in whatever capacity they can manage.
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Winter Blues

  Heater on and room warm- check TV on ready to catch Hawthorn about to annihilate Geelong- check Suitable beverages and snacks ready to keep hunger pangs at bay-check Does this sound like your approach to winter activity? If so you are not alone. The European Journal of Physiology in 2009 reported that across many countries including Australia, and in all age groups from children to the elderly, that activity levels reduce in the winter months. There is world wide agreement that good health depends on us engaging  in sufficient physical activity to maintain fitness. Unfortunately in developed countries such as Australia, many fail to engage in enough exercise at any time of the year. So are we more likely to suffer more health issues in Winter due reduced exercise levels?
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