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Osteopathy Awareness Week 2018

Posted On: 15/04/18 11:26 PM

Osteopathy Awareness Week 2018 Osteopathy Awareness Week 2018 This week is Osteopathy Awareness week. If you or someone you know is having difficulty with a musculoskeletal problem perhaps try Osteopathy to get you moving again. #OAW2018 “Osteopaths are primary healthcare practitioners and Australian government-registered allied health professionals who can help identify important types of dysfunction […]

Triathlon Rehab

Posted On: 14/02/18 1:11 AM

Triathlon Rehab At Balance Osteopathy we always enjoy working with triathlon rehab… After a great but grueling 3 lap ride session on the boulevard this morning Gary who trains with Davey Black Fitness Triathlon club putting in more work to recover, repair and get back into his running. All before a full days work. Always […]

Dr Ben McChesney – Osteopath

Posted On: 8/02/18 5:16 AM

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Dr Ben McChesney – (Osteopath) BSc. B.App. Sc. (Osteopathy), MSc. Sport & Exercise Rehabilitation, MAOA, FAFS Ben McChesney osteopath, is the founder of Balance Osteopathy. As an Australian trained Osteopath (RMIT 2002) with over 15 years experience, his past experiences within progressive, movement oriented, multidisciplinary clinics fostered a desire to custom a similar progressive space […]

Strongest woman event

Posted On: 24/01/18 7:22 AM

Strongest woman event Claire recently competed and got 6th place in the Victoria’s strongest woman event after starting training only in early 2017. We have been working to improve squat biomechanics. Great to see someone pushing their abilities and getting results. #faireffort #strongestwoman #osteopathy #functionalrehab “Featuring the strongest men & women in the country. Australia’s […]

Movement Observation

Posted On: 10/01/18 5:40 PM

Movement Observation Movement observation enables task specific analysis and rehabilitation that transfers more effectively in a meaningful way for the individual. At Balance Osteopathy we always are keen to observe the individual completing the activity they wish to improve or are perhaps having pain or difficulty with. This allows us to see how the body […]

Dr Chris Walker – Osteopath

Posted On: 9/01/18 2:36 PM

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DR CHRIS WALKER OSTEOPATH Chris Walker osteopath, has developed a passion in the healthcare field, stemming from a keen interest in sports and fitness whilst growing up. Having a great interest in triathlon events has allowed Chris to gain a personal understanding of human movement and physiology. He also has an understanding of people trying […]

Movement preparation for snowboarding

Posted On: 9/01/18 2:34 PM

Movement preparation for snowboarding Movement preparation for snowboarding is a great way to warm up on the way up in the gondola, reduce your risk of injury and make you more comfortable. Why just relax and enjoy the view when heading up in the Gondola, when you can get your Gondola stretches on as movement […]

Running the Tan

Posted On: 28/12/17 7:22 AM

Running the tan

Running the Tan Our clinic is very near to the botanical gardens and the ‘tan running track’. People often say they are ‘running the tan’ and unless you’ve done it before, or are from Melbourne you may not know what they are on about. This is a popular running track encircling the botanical gardens near […]

Melbourne Strength Movement

Posted On: 12/12/17 11:59 PM

The Melbourne Strength Movement       I recently met up with Michael Grogan who is a strength and conditioning trainer who is running the Melbourne Strength Movement sessions at Crossfit South Yarra on Saturday mornings. Thanks to Osteopath and S&C coach Heath Williams of Principle Four Osteopathy in Melbourne CBD who put us in […]

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 […]