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150 per week

Posted On: 10/11/17 10:43 PM

150 per week…What type of exercise, and how much?   150 per week…”It can be difficult to know how to get started if you don’t regularly exercise. Here we review the best science about how to start an exercise habit, and how to keep it going. The government tells us we should get at least 150 […]

Challenge Melbourne 

Posted On: 7/04/17 12:12 AM

Challenge Melbourne Challenge Melbourne …Balance Osteopathy wishes Brian the best of luck for his event on Sunday. He has put in a fantastic preparation effort in training and managed to come back from a calf strain in the later stages of this. Well done and enjoy the race on Sunday. ” return to Melbourne’s favourite […]

Chronic pain and movement 

Posted On: 16/10/16 7:54 AM

Learning new movement based approaches to chronic pain with Grant Burrows (Procare -Geelong) at everything’s connected in Camberwell. Great course organized by Heath Williams (Principle four osteopathy- melbourne). Thanks for putting together an excellent course.

Osteopath Carl Ridgeway discusses his approach to chronic pain

Posted On: 26/09/16 7:05 AM

Osteopath Carl Ridgeway approach to chronic pain Recently we held an evening seminar at Balance Osteopathy as part of this years learning pod series with osteopath Carl Ridgeway discussing how applies his knowledge of chronic pain science in practice. The central processing of pain, especially in chronic pain cases convolutes the treatment process and requires […]

Osteopathic functional rehabilitation

Posted On: 6/09/16 12:58 PM

We use Osteopathic Functional Rehabilitation, an effective merging of hands-on-techniques and movement, to help you get moving your best…

Lower limb series

Posted On: 17/04/16 11:46 PM

Really enjoyed teaching alongside matthew harris again yesterday at Everything’s Connected in Camberwell as part of the lower limb lecture series put together by Heath Williams. We had a great group of people attending and good interaction and discussion in conjunction with practical sessions   

Early to bed

Posted On: 10/04/16 5:00 AM

According to Good Health magazine, (May 2016), by listening to your biological clock and going to bed when you feel sleepy, your body is better able to regulate your blood sugar and this may help reduce your risk of diabetes. When you resist sleep your body has to release more insulin than usual to stabilize […]

Strength & conditioning workshop attended by Sam Bombos osteopath

Posted On: 7/04/16 2:20 AM

Strength & conditioning workshop Sam recently was involved in a strength & conditioning workshop run by elite sports performance in Spotswood, in conjunction with osteopath Heath Williams from Principle Four Osteopathy. The course covered lots of useful movement preparation, a review of key lifts, and principles of strength training. Sam found the course to be […]

Boom! Boot camp 

Posted On: 10/02/16 2:10 AM

Looking for a new fitness Kickstarter? Check out this 12 week transformation program set to start Saturday 20th Feb in st Kilda with Tiffanee Cook (trainer) and Alison Wright (nutritional practitioner). Register (for free) your interest below and you will be sent all the details:

‘Bionic Spine’ could use thought to control limbs

Posted On: 8/02/16 10:01 PM

It’s amazing the level of development in this field of science. The interface between mind and movement to be bridged by technology is a signicant step forward… The “‘Bionic spine’ could enable paralysed patients to walk using subconscious thought… Australian scientists hope that a tiny device just 3cm long and a few millimetres wide will […]