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Alexandra Darnley-Stuart

Physiotherapist Alex works from our Yeppoon practice and has a special interest in dance related injuries and preventative management along with Pilates, she also enjoys treating foot/ankle, hip/pelvic injuries. Prior to moving to Central Queensland she worked  in Sydney as a… Read more »

Troublesome Tendons: Why tendon injuries are long lasting and how you can help them

There is a good chance that many of you know someone who has had a long lasting tendon injury, or has had one yourself. The runner with the nagging Achille’s pain, the footballer with the recurrent groin issue, the tennis… Read more »

Shireen Rigby

Exercise Physiologist Shireen holds a Bachelor of Exercise Science, a Graduate Diploma of Exercise Science and a Bachelor of Business Management. She is an ESSA accredited exercise physiologist working from both our Rockhampton and Yeppoon practices. Shireen has always worked… Read more »

We are now NDIS ready

It’s our mission at CQ Physio to help people in our communities reach their optimal physical potential throughout life. That’s why we are so thrilled that we are now an NDIS provider. We offer Physiotherapy, Exercise Physiology, Dietetics and Massage… Read more »

Simple tips to help beat back pain

In our clinics we see a wide range of patients with all manner of pain and injury – however a large part of our work is centered on dealing with low back pain. Here are some simple tips on overcoming… Read more »

Lower Back Pain

What is Flexion Related Lower Back Pain? Flexion Related Lower Back Pain is a broad term used to describe any lower back pain that is aggravated by flexion movements e.g. bending and sitting. Pain can be localised to the middle… Read more »

Cervicogenic Headaches

What are Cervicogenic Headaches? A cervicogenic headache (CH) is a common cause of headache. The pain associated with this type of headache is secondary to a physical disorder of the neck. Common locations of CH are the base of the… Read more »

Recipe of the Month – Banana Bread

The beginning of the school year is by far the most exciting as a kid – arriving on that first day to catch up with all our friends after an exciting holiday, show-off our new lunch-boxes and school bags, and… Read more »

Recipe of the Month – Mango & Chia Pudding

I love summer. I love days at the beach, barefoot walks in the sand, hair constantly dripping with seawater… and I love all the beautiful fresh summer fruits and vegetables that come with the season. Stone fruits and mangos have… Read more »

Common Running Injuries

Running is a great way to stay in shape, manage stress and increase your overall wellbeing, however it’s not without it’s drawbacks. While being a low risk activity, there are a few injuries that commonly affect runners. As running is… Read more »

 

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