11 April 2023
Doing it Again or New to Motherhood? We Salute You! 

Happy Mother’s Day! By Renée Malyon It is known to be one of the hardest things you will ever do in your life…do you ever feel completely ready for it?…many women say no. Motherhood is a ‘rite of passage’ as some call it; a truly life changing event. Here at Auckland Physiotherapy, we want to […]

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30 March 2023
The Watson Headache® Approach

It’s Just a Headache Written by Robyn Atkinson Headache is considered one of the most common disorders globally, however most headache sufferers do not seek treatment. Instead, they rely on over the counter medication to ease their pain - sometimes for many years without end. Unfortunately pain medication only masks the pain, with the underlying […]

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21 March 2023
Yoga vs Pilates

Movement Therapy by Mira Boeyens Should I be doing yoga or pilates, is one superior over the other… and what is actually the difference between the two?  Firstly, both yoga and pilates is for everyone, from complete beginners to advanced gurus. However, there are some differences that’s noteworthy, especially if you are recovering from an […]

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12 February 2023
Tropical Granola

Makes: 7 cups Prep: 20 mins Cook: 2 hrs What you need; 1 cup (165g) pineapple,cubed 5 Medjool dates, pitted androughly chopped Orange, 2 tbsp. juice 1 tbsp. vanilla extract 1 tsp. ground cinnamon ¼ cup (60ml) coconut oil,melted 3 cups (400g) almonds,roughly chopped 1 cup (150g) cashew nuts,roughly chopped 3 cups (90g) unsweetenedcoconut flakes […]

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12 February 2023
Calf muscle strain - the injury that just keeps giving!

Calf muscle strains are one of the most common lower limb muscle injuries in addition to hamstring and groin strains. They occur commonly in sports which involve high-speed running or high volumes of running and acceleration and deceleration forces, although they can also occur in the general population with less intense activity. It is unsurprising […]

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16 January 2023
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13 January 2023
HEALTH TIP & SPINACH SHAKSHUKA

The new year often brings optimism and motivation to do things differently. Many of us are keen to set big goals and kickstart our health. I have 2 favourite quotes that I always find useful at this time of year. The first is by James Clear, author of Atomic Habits (which is an excellent read […]

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21 December 2022
Low Carb Pavlova

A Healthy festive option for Christmas Pav is back on the menu thanks to this quick and simple, fail-proof low-carb recipe. Decorate your low-carb pavlova with whipped cream (sweetened with your choice of LCHF sweetener if you like), seasonal berries and fresh mint. Or if you’re feeling creative, bake and decorate mini individual pavlovas so […]

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11 November 2022
TO KEGAL OR NOT TO KEGAL, THAT IS THE QUESTION

By Anna Geraets, Pelvic Health Physio There is this muscle we have that we typically don’t think about, until there is a problem (leaking, pain), or we’re considering vaginal childbirth.  So, first, what is this elusive muscle?  To make things as simple as possible, our pelvic floor has 2 layers. The superficial layer (closer to […]

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10 November 2022
High Protein Blueberry Pancakes

Physiotherapist and Health Coach Kirsten Rose suggests a yummy breakfast idea that is great, especially if you are trying to build muscle mass. Good news is that it is quick to make and the whole family will love it. Serves 1, Prep time 5 minutes, Cook time 10 minutes What you need; 1/4 cup egg […]

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