COVID-19 Communication

COVID-19 CLINIC UPDATE In light of the recent changes to stage 3 restrictions from 11:59pm Wednesday the 9th of July **WE ARE STILL OPEN AND OPERATING AT NORMAL HOURS** Our staff continue to practice strict hygiene practice and socially distance. All our therapists now wear face masks.  Clients are required to have a temperature check on entry to the clinic. All surfaces are cleaned before and after each treatment. Our waiting rooms are set up to meet the 1.5m guidelines....

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Looking after your back

Being mindful when sitting on the couch… We’ve all heard the words “sit up straight”, “don’t slouch” and “shoulders back” a lot over the years am I right? At Hoppers Physio, we see many people experiencing some sort of back pain. It isn’t surprising that posture, and the pursuit of the ‘perfect posture’, has been such a big part in the management of back pain. The truth is, some of us were born with, or have developed, a certain “sub-optimal”...

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Stretches for wrists and hands

Our hands perform a variety of tasks every day, from gripping a steering wheel to typing on a keyboard to the overuse of your mobile phone. But, these repetitive motions can actually create weakness and stiffness in your wrists and fingers. Practise some TLC for your wrists with some simple exercises our Hoppers Crossing team of Physiotherapists have put together that may help prevent injury. Exercises may strengthen your wrists and keep your hands and fingers flexible. The importance of...

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COVID-19 Communication

Over the past couple of weeks Hoppers Physio has been taking measures in response to the coronavirus outbreak. Our clinics are held to an extremely high cleaning and sterility process on an ongoing basis so our focus has been to remind and reiterate processes in place.  Just as we have asked our own team, our main point is that if you are suffering any cold or flu-like symptoms please reschedule your appointment. Please see below our action plan which has...

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