‘Do you feel dizzy or unsteady?’

The vestibular system includes the parts of the inner ear and brain that process the sensory information involved with controlling balance and eye movements. If disease or injury damages these processing areas, vestibular disorders can result.Vestibular Physiotherapy is used to treat vertigo or dizziness and other balance disorders. Often people with a vestibular disorder experience […]

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Want To Run Better, For Longer and Stronger?

Consider Gait Retraining Jeremy has been involved in a multi-centre international study in to the role of Gait Re-training in the management of lower limb conditions. This research has involved discussing the role of modifying a runner’s technique to manage injury, with expert clinicians, researchers and running coaches from Australia, United Kingdom and the United […]

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Innovative Management of Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar Fasciitis – Chronic Heel Pain Chronic Heel pain that just won’t go away? New research is now leading to more success! At Back On Track Physiotherapy we commonly we see people who have tried numerous treatments that just don’t quite fix the issue commonly used interventions include: Cortisone injection. Massage with a frozen water […]

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Get fit to Ski!

With the fast speed, undulating ground and the presence of numerous obstacles, snow fields present many risk factors for injury. Skiing, snowboarding, even tobogganing require high levels of strength, endurance and cardiovascular fitness. Specifically,  good muscle strength throughout your thighs, buttocks, calves and hamstrings as well as good trunk control are all necessary to maintain […]

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City 2 City Walk Run

Back on Track Physiotherapy were proud bronze sponsors of the first City 2 City Walk Run on Sunday 22nd February. In its first year the City 2 City walk run was an incredible success with over 3500 participants  taking part in the biggest fun run on the Border. Over $100,000 was raised for Albury-Wodonga Health’s […]

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Tumba Muddy Rumba

On the 7th of February Back on Track Physiotherapy were proud onsite sponsors of the first ever Tumba Muddy Rumba! The Tumba Muddy Rumba  was a fantastic 12km obstacle course through the picturesque Tumba Wines Escape Vineyard. Competitors  including our very own Jez jumped, climbed, crawled, swung, and ran through the vineyard, pasture paddocks, creek flats […]

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Running Seminar

On Wednesday 26th November our Back on Track Team presented a Running Seminar to more that fifty enthusiastic local runners. The presentation included the fundamentals of load and its relationship in injury, how improve your running pain and the latest research in running biomechanics. In addition to a special presentation by Cheryl Schneider from Lone Dog […]

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We have moved!!

We are very excited to announce that we have moved from our original clinic in North Albury  to Level 1B  429 Swift Street Albury, NSW 2640. Our new central Albury clinic now has a fully equipped pilates studio, with private and class sessions available. Our client car park is accessible from Spencer street. Our new […]

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Ride2Work Day 2013 (and 2014)

Special thanks to Wodonga City Council to inviting us to be part of this years Ride2Work day 2013! It was a fantastic morning and was great to see so many people riding! UPDATE: We participated again in 2014 – It’s such a fabulous event. For more information about Ride2Work day click here

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