Your body is constantly changing. If you can adapt, you can manage, reduce or even remove pain or discomfort.
Spring Physio Gym and your health
There are many factors that affect your health in different ways. Read more in ‘Your Health’ about different health conditions, terms related to your body or different types of exercise training. At Spring Physio Gym we are committed to helping you understand the relationship between your injuries, your body and your exercise choices.
Although ageing has its benefits it also has some physical realities that may empower us to manage them effectively. By exercising regularly you may avoid most of these changes and maintain your vitality. Learning how to change and adjust your exercise regime as you age is important to reduce the risk of injury. read more
Lack of flexibility, or stiffness in specific joints or muscles, may occur due to a result of injury, overactivity, or inactivity, and it’s common to notice increasing joint stiffness with ageing. At Spring, we specialise in assessing your movement patterns, and can develop an individualised exercise program to suit your needs. read more
Injuries caused during sport and recreational activities are some of the most common presented to our physios. Pre-existing factors, stage of injury, early management and age can also influence the nature of sporting injuries. Your injury requires an individual approach to management. read more
Fatigue means feeling tired, lethargic or lacking energy. There are many causes of fatigue including glandular fever, flu, anemia, vitamin B deficiency, chronic pain conditions, hormonal imbalances, heart problems, cancer and much more. Emotional issues, mental health problems and stress can also lead to fatigue. read more