SPORTS & SPINAL MAROOCHYDORE

50% off initial services for all maroochydore fitness cartel members

T&C'S APPLY

Maroochydore

Ground Floor, Chateau RoyaleCnr Sixth Avenue & Memorial AveCotton Tree, MaroochydoreQLD 4558

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We have a special offer for all Maroochydore Fitness Cartel Maroochydore members! Receive 50% off all initial services such as Physiotherapy, Podiatry, Massage, Dietetics and Exercise Physiology when you book an appointment with Sports and Spinal Maroochydore. When you arrive at the clinic, let our friendly team know you’re a member of Fitness Cartel Maroochydore and the discount will be applied.

Maroochydore Sports and Spinal is located in the beautiful Cotton Tree on the Sunshine Coast. The Sports and Spinal Maroochydore clinic is conveniently located near Alexandra Headland, Mooloolaba and Maroochydore CBD.

Maroochydore Sports & Spinal offers PhysiotherapyExercise PhysiologyHydrotherapyPodiatryDieteticsPilates, Remedial Massage and much more! We also have a fully equipped gym and Pilates studio.

Maroochydore Sports & Spinal team uses the latest evidence-based treatments to treat various conditions, including shoulder, neck and back pain, sporting injuries, lower limb conditions, women’s health, headaches, work cover incidents, pre-and post-surgical, motor vehicle accidents and more.

Our team will provide you with a comprehensive assessment and treatment from start to finish. Our clinicians will work with YOU to facilitate your complete recovery.

Maroochydore Sports & Spinal is NDIS registered and accepts Medicare rebates and HICAPS health fund claims. EFTPOS and credit card facilities are also available for payment. 

Whether you are looking to recover from an injury or recent surgery or are suffering from general aches and pains, our multi-disciplinary team will help you to get back to doing what you love most!

T&C’s Apply:
Must be a member of Maroochydore Fitness Cartel. Must mention being a member of Fitness Cartel when arriving at the clinic for your initial appointment. It is the patient’s responsibility to look up the health fund rebate—only one voucher per transaction.

services & FACILITIES

  • On-Site Parking (5 spaces)
  • Street Parking
  • Gym & Pilates Equipment
  • NDIS Registered
  • Medicare Rebates
  • HICAPS Health Fund Claims

OUR TEAM

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Kristen Nicholson

Physiotherapist

Kristen is originally from Johannesburg, South Africa. This is where she completed her education at the University of Pretoria, obtaining her Bachelors degree in Sports Science (CumLaude) and her Bachelors in degree in Physiotherapy. Kris has been practising and developing her skills and knowledge in Physiotherapy treatment and rehabilitation for the last 6 years in South Africa. Working in private practice as well as hospital setting, her primary focus is in musculoskeletal physiotherapy, post operative rehabilitation, sports injuries and orthopaedics. Kris clinical interests focus on lower limb especially hip and knee, arthritic conditions and education, sporting injuries, strength and conditioning and rehabilitation specifically post operatively.

Kris enjoys to work with people of all ages and abilities in a holistic approach of treatment and rehabilitation to improve and maintain their desired quality of life.

Kris has three key interests in her spare time, coffee, sports and outdoors. Following a completive sporting background specifically in swimming and triathlons back in SA, Kris is an avid swimmer, crossfitter, beach lover and all things active and outdoors.

Kristen is available for physiotherapy consults at our Maroochydore clinic.

Tessa Pallot

Remedial Massage Therapist

Tessa has been practising massage and beauty therapy since 2020. After completing her Diploma in Beauty Therapy in 2019, Tessa then decided to develop her skills further and completed her Diploma in Remedial Massage in 2021. She is currently a member of the Massage Association of Australia.

Tessa is very enthusiastic about realistic and sustainable health and wellness and hopes to make a positive impact on her clients’ lives and well-being.

When not working you can find Tessa going for long walks in the sunshine, at the movies, or going to as many concerts as possible.

Tessa is available for in-clinic at Caloundra and Maroochydore Sports & Spinal as well as mobile remedial massage therapy across the Sunshine Coast.

Zakkiyya Latib

Physiotherapist

Zakkiyya completed her Physiotherapy degree in 2014 at the University of Kwa Zulu Natal, South Africa. Zakkiyya owned her own practice and Pilates studio before relocating to Australia. She has experience in many fields including aged care, cardiopulmonary physio, and musculoskeletal physio.

Zakkiyya has a great interest in Clinical Pilates and rehab through exercise. Zakkiyya enjoys working closely with her patients and structuring programs that suit each individual best. She is a firm believer in a holistic approach to treatment so that together we can achieve more!

A motto that Zakkiyya likes to live by is that ‘It’s never too early or too late to work towards being the healthiest version of yourself!’ 

Outside of treating, Zakkiyya loves cycling, running, hiking, and pretty much anything involving outdoor sports

Zakkiyya is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Briony McSwan

Neck Pain & Headache Physiotherapist

Originally hailing from South Australia, Briony has been a physiotherapist for her entire career (it’s rude to ask exactly how long!). She completed degrees in both Biochemistry and Physiotherapy from Adelaide University and Uni SA. Briony has worked all around Australia in just about every field of physiotherapy including assisting the military in the Northern Territory. She and her family have been on the Sunshine Coast for over 25 years and they still love it as much as the day they first moved there.

For the past 15 years, Briony has focussed on her skills on head, neck and jaw pain. She has done significant extra study in these areas as well as in the fields of vestibular physiotherapy and concussion management. So often these conditions occur together so Briony takes a ‘whole body’ approach towards managing them both which is unique.

Briony loves to surf and run and is a long time patrolling member and competitor for Alexandra Headlands Surf Live Saving Club.

Briony is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore location. To book an appointment with Briony, please contact the Maroochydore clinic on 07 5479 1777.

Trent Brumby

Physiotherapist

Trent completed a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland, followed by a Masters of Physiotherapy (Sports) at the University of South Australia. He developed an extensive variety of treatment skills from working in Australia and the USA.

Trent has worked on the Sunshine Coast for over 20 years and provided treatment of patients to numerous medical and orthopaedic specialists. He has a high degree of experience in managing shoulder conditions, post-operative rehabilitation, musculoskeletal disorders and sports injuries.

Following a competitive sporting background in hockey and triathlon, Trent now maintains an active lifestyle with his family involved in surfing, surf-lifesaving, hockey and golf.

Trent is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Emily Abbott

Women's Health & Continence Physiotherapist

Emily graduated from Curtain University in Western Australia in 2018 with First Class Honours in Physiotherapy. She worked for a number of years in hospitals across a large variety of areas, including medical, surgical, orthopaedic, and neurological rehabilitation, maternity, paediatrics, musculoskeletal and intensive care. It was during these years that she developed a passion for Women’s Pelvic Health after her work across maternity wards and assisting women to recover after urogynaecological surgeries. She has since gone on to complete several postgraduate courses in Pelvic Health, including a Graduate Certificate in Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy at the University of Melbourne.

Emily can treat and assist in antenatal and postnatal management, prolapse, poor bladder, and bowel control or incontinence, bladder and bowel pain, pelvic pain conditions such as painful intercourse, menstrual pain, endometriosis, interstitial cystitis and rehabilitation support for urogynaecological surgeries.

Emily’s passion is to partner with women to create and facilitate holistic health, well-being, and empowerment, so they can lead the life they want to live without limitations.

Emily is available for Women’s Health Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore, Sippy Downs, and Buderim locations.

Kyle McGrath

Physiotherapist

Growing up in Maryborough Queensland, Kyle completed his studies in Brisbane, graduating with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from the University of Queensland with First Class Honours. Kyle brings a strong knowledge of exercise prescription having also completed a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Queensland and is committed to providing quality patient-centred care.

Kyle has a passion for musculoskeletal physiotherapy and pain management. He believes in taking the time with patients to listen to their concerns and provide useful education that empowers them to get back to living the lives they want to lead!

Outside of the clinic, Kyle loves hiking and exploring the outdoors. He enjoys playing volleyball and soccer and spends his weekends cheering on the Parramatta Eels in the footy.

Kyle is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Paiton Wilkinson

Physiotherapist

Originally having grown up in the Camden Haven area on the Mid-North Coast of NSW, Paiton decided to move to the Sunshine Coast after completing her Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Charles Sturt University in Port Macquarie. Paiton has also completed her Level 1 sports trainer (Allied Health) during her studies.

Paiton brings passion and enthusiasm to her work by providing education alongside manual and exercise therapy to her patients during rehabilitation to help them achieve their goals holistically. Paiton has a keen interest in lower limb injuries, acute and chronic back pain, post-operative rehabilitation, and dance-related injuries having been a competitive dancer for 15 years prior to her studies.

In her spare time, you’ll find Paiton somewhere exploring the coast with a coffee in hand, paddle boarding, in a HIIT class at the gym, or in a sunny corner reading a book.

Paiton is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Jarryd Cowley

Remedial Massage Therapist

Jarryd has over 10 years of experience as a Remedial Massage Therapist and during that time, Jarryd has worked with a range of clients, from world-class and Olympic athletes to weekend warriors.

As an ex-track and field athlete and coach, Jarryd has a passion for encouraging people to be the best they can be. Jarryd enjoys exploring the great outdoors with his 2 Rhodesian Ridgebacks (the boys), bush walks, beach runs and camping.

Jarryd is available for appointments at our Maroochydore clinic

Tim Boyle

Podiatry Managing Partner

Tim graduated from the Queensland University of Technology as a Podiatrist in 2006. He has gained valuable experience over the last eight years working in a multidisciplinary sports medicine clinic. Within this setting, Tim had the pleasure of working alongside medical & allied health professionals, including Sports Doctors, Physiotherapists, and Massage Therapists.

Tim enjoys a broad scope of podiatry, including sports injuries of the lower limb, biomechanical assessments, gait analysis, orthotic therapy, footwear assessments and recommendations, diabetic foot assessments, and treatment of toenails and skin conditions. Tim is particularly passionate about running biomechanics and footwear advice/prescription, a special interest that commenced through his strong interest in athletics and involvement in the footwear industry.

Over the years, Tim has treated several senior and junior athletes from various sports, including 2 years treating both the Brisbane Roar and Brisbane Roar youth teams.

Tim is a sports enthusiast himself, having been involved in several sports from a young age competing at a state level in Athletics and Basketball.

“I see that working in a strong multi-disciplinary team ensures the best treatment and outcome for my patients.”

Tim is available for Podiatry appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Jayden Erskine

Podiatrist - General Care, Sports & Exercise

Jayden graduated from Southern Cross University on the Gold Coast, where he worked in private practice before transitioning to the Sunshine Coast.

Jayden is passionate about treating patients for all types of foot, ankle, calf, and shin pain, particularly bone and joint, soft tissue, and muscular pathologies. He has a strong interest in sports and musculoskeletal injury management and has been fortunate to work with the Gold Coast Suns AFL and ALFW teams.

Jayden has experience with diabetic assessment, orthotic prescription, footwear assessment and advice, paediatric management, general care, and nail surgeries. Jayden’s priority is to enable people of all ages to maintain an active lifestyle and deliver tailored treatment solutions based on individual goals.

Jayden is available for Podiatry appointments at our Maroochydore and Buderim clinics.

Bree Smith

Exercise Physiologist

Bree is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist who has completed a Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of the Sunshine Coast. Having previously studied a Diploma of Musical Theatre with the Australian Dance Performance Institute.

Bree discovered a new passion for wanting to help dancers perform at their physical best through tailored exercise combined with crucial education surrounding specific dancer health, rehabilitation, and injury prevention. As well as continuing her quest in dancer wellness, Bree also has a passion for musculoskeletal, neurological, and women’s health rehabilitation with these areas sparking her interest.

Bree is passionate about keeping people active whilst managing their conditions with individual exercise with the hopes of helping and educating her clients to regain the confidence they need to live a happy and healthy lifestyle. Having previously worked as a dance teacher, Bree also recognises the importance of healthy movement for children and thoroughly enjoys helping kids stay active throughout their childhood so they can carry those habits into their adult life.

When Bree is not in the clinic you can find her dancing in the studio or on the stage and regularly being involved in community productions lending her choreographic and stage performance skills. Bree also enjoys being creative through her love of art.

Bree is available for Exercise Physiology appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Blair Austin

Exercise Physiologist

Blair is an Accredited Exercise Physiologist (AEP), having completed his degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of Tasmania in 2020. Blair has previous experience in Strength and Conditioning and as an Occupational Rehab Consultant. This has provided Blair with valuable experience in functional strength training and Work Cover. Blair has developed an interest in injury rehabilitation, athlete development, and chronic disease management.

Blair provides client-focused care to assist you with reaching your goals through a holistic approach to exercise. Blair understands that everyone has unique needs and delivers tailored care, specific to each client. Blair is invested in providing his clients with the skills and knowledge needed to be independent in their health.

In his spare time, Blair is an avid mountain biker and enjoys making the most of the warm climate by spending weekends at the beach or bushwalking.

Blair is available for Exercise Physiology appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

Candice Newing

Dietitian

Candice is passionate about supporting her clients along their journey to reaching optimal health through food and nutrition. Shortly after graduating from the University of the Sunshine Coast, she chose to start her dietetic career in private practice as she enjoys working closely alongside her clients and seeing the wonderful impact healthy lifestyle changes can make.

Candice is committed to empowering and building her client’s confidence in making lifelong changes by providing personalised nutrition education and setting realistic goals. She welcomes all types of clients and has a special interest in weight management, chronic disease management, and gastrointestinal health.

In her spare time, you can find Candice at the beach, trying new restaurants, or catching up with friends.

Candice is available for Dietitian appointments at our Buderim, Coolum, Maroochydore & Sippy Downs clinics.

Laura Perry

Low Back & Pelvic Pain Physiotherapist

Laura is currently on Maternity Leave 

Laura graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at the University of South Australia, and since then has been working in rehabilitation centres and private practice. Laura has developed a passion for low back and spinal rehabilitation and working closely with GPs and specialists. Laura believes in a holistic approach to injury and management by addressing issues at a functional and impairment level to help her patients achieve their goals and get them back to optimal functioning and performance.

Laura has postgraduate training in lower back and pelvic injuries and clinical Pilates and spinal rehabilitation. She regularly attends further training to ensure that her clinical skills and knowledge are kept up to date. Laura enjoys the outdoors, surfing and spending time with family and friends.

Laura is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore location.

Suhail Varachia

Physiotherapist

Suhail graduated from the University of Stellenbosch, South Africa, and has been fortunate to have worked across numerous locations in South Africa, in various settings including private practice before emigrating to Australia. He has worked successfully in an interdisciplinary team to rehabilitate patients with knee ligament injuries. Suhail enjoys working with clients toward pain relief, functional rehabilitation, and achieving patient goals.

Suhail has a special interest in musculoskeletal conditions including sports injuries, and neck, back, shoulder, and knee injuries with a level 2 dry needling certification.

When Suhail is not in the practice you can find him basking in the outdoors. He loves road cycling, swimming, hiking, and reading journal articles. Suhail lives by the saying, “The best of mankind are those most beneficial to mankind!”

Suhail is available for physiotherapy appointments at our Maroochydore clinic.

WHAT PEOPLE THINK OF US

Great clinic! Really recommend all physio and podiatry services. Team is professional and clinic is in a great location! Special mention to their Podiatrist Tim who is great at his job!
Visiting Maroochydore from Melbourne after ankle reconstruction. Even after one visit, my swollen and sore ankle showed great improvement. Hayley is very competent Physio and provided me with a great advice and rehab plan. Highly recommend this clinic.
I can highly recommend Sports and Spinal at Maroochydore. The staff are wonderful and very skilled at what they do. Pilates classes are individualised to suit my needs and the instructors are highly skilled and so supportive. I really felt like they cared about me and my rehab journey.
I have been attending this clinic for the last 4 years, including their Physio services, Massage service, Podiatry and Physio exercise classes.The staff are amazing, friendly and are always willing to go out of their way to assist you. I find the services that they provide to be extensive and affordable. A special mention to the best Physio on the coast (Laura Perry) If you need someone who is kind yet knows how to put the body back together, than she is the lady for you!
I would highly recommend this podiatrist. Very helpful, not rushed & explained things easily to understand. Also the reception staff are happy & helpful.
I went there for some help with my right knee before operation.
Briony strikes me as a seriously competent and effective healer. I highly recommend.
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POST KNEE OP - Some simple tips from our team!

Here’s 5 ways how physiotherapy can help you post knee Op 🦵🏻

1. Compression: improve blood circulation, improve pain and reduce swelling. 

2. Assess Range of Motion: Restore normal joint movement. 

3. Prescribe Strengthening Exercises: help you regain strength through your lower limbs! 

4. Manual Therapy: improve blood circulation, reduce pain and reduce swelling. 

5. Gait Retraining: regain normal gait pattern. 

If you are post knee op and think physiotherapy would benefit you then get in touch with our team today! 

#sportsandspinal #sportsandspinalphysio #physiotherapy #physio #health #exercise #exercisephysiology #alliedhealthprofessionals #alliedhealth #kneepain #rehab #manueltherapy

POST KNEE OP - Some simple tips from our team!

Here’s 5 ways how physiotherapy can help you post knee Op 🦵🏻

1. Compression: improve blood circulation, improve pain and reduce swelling.

2. Assess Range of Motion: Restore normal joint movement.

3. Prescribe Strengthening Exercises: help you regain strength through your lower limbs!

4. Manual Therapy: improve blood circulation, reduce pain and reduce swelling.

5. Gait Retraining: regain normal gait pattern.

If you are post knee op and think physiotherapy would benefit you then get in touch with our team today!

#sportsandspinal #sportsandspinalphysio #physiotherapy #physio #health #exercise #exercisephysiology #alliedhealthprofessionals #alliedhealth #kneepain #rehab #manueltherapy
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March marks ‘March Into Yellow’ which a campaign aimed at raising awareness about endometriosis and it’s prevalence in Australian women 💛

Endometriosis affects women differently, but it is commonly known to cause severe, life-impacting pain during periods, sexual intercourse, bowel movements and/or urination, chronic pelvic pain, abdominal bloating, nausea, fatigue, and sometimes depression, anxiety, and infertility. 

Roughly, 1 in 9 Australian females develop endometriosis. 

Early diagnosis and treatment to help manage endo symptoms is best practice. The women’s health team at Sports & Spinal can help to manage common endo symptoms. 

Get in touch with your Sports & Spinal Women’s Health Physio to learn more today👉 Head to our bio

March marks ‘March Into Yellow’ which a campaign aimed at raising awareness about endometriosis and it’s prevalence in Australian women 💛

Endometriosis affects women differently, but it is commonly known to cause severe, life-impacting pain during periods, sexual intercourse, bowel movements and/or urination, chronic pelvic pain, abdominal bloating, nausea, fatigue, and sometimes depression, anxiety, and infertility.

Roughly, 1 in 9 Australian females develop endometriosis.

Early diagnosis and treatment to help manage endo symptoms is best practice. The women’s health team at Sports & Spinal can help to manage common endo symptoms.

Get in touch with your Sports & Spinal Women’s Health Physio to learn more today👉 Head to our bio
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Trendsetters in our @sportsandspinalcaloundra clinic in their @archiesfootwear slides 

Available across our clinic locations. Get your feet in a pair of archie slides today 🩴

#archies #slides #footwear #archiesfootwear #archiesthongs #archsupport #physio #podiatry #summer

Trendsetters in our @sportsandspinalcaloundra clinic in their @archiesfootwear slides

Available across our clinic locations. Get your feet in a pair of archie slides today 🩴

#archies #slides #footwear #archiesfootwear #archiesthongs #archsupport #physio #podiatry #summer
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Eat Well. Live Well🕺

Sounds simple enough but sometimes it’s actually more difficult than we first thought. Especially when it comes to your gut health. With so much information on ‘what's best to do’ it can be hard to determine what is the right way to look after your gut health 🤷‍♀️ 

Our Dietitian team can help! They’re experts when it comes to all things food, nutrition and making sure you’re eating the right things to benefit your gut health. 

👉Head to our bio to book in with our Dietitian team today!

Eat Well. Live Well🕺

Sounds simple enough but sometimes it’s actually more difficult than we first thought. Especially when it comes to your gut health. With so much information on ‘what`s best to do’ it can be hard to determine what is the right way to look after your gut health 🤷‍♀️

Our Dietitian team can help! They’re experts when it comes to all things food, nutrition and making sure you’re eating the right things to benefit your gut health.

👉Head to our bio to book in with our Dietitian team today!
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✨GUT HEALTH MONTH ✨

One of the ways we can support a healthy gut is to increase our variety of plant-based foods high in fibre and antioxidants. Fibre is essential for gut health as it promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria which has been shown to support brain health, mood, nutrient absorption and digestion, reducing inflammation and also reduces risk of cardiovascular diseases.

In this reel our Dietician Georgia shares her top 5 gut-friendly snack options for when you’re on the go.

VEGIE STICKS + HUMMUS
Aim for a variety of coloured fruit and veg! Boost fibre by adding a side of carrots or baby cucumber to your usual snacks – this small change can reduce your risk of chronic disease development by 30%!

NUTS
Gut bacteria feed on the prebiotic fibre found in nuts resulting in the production of short chain fatty acid Butyrate- higher levels of Butyrate is associated with improved mood, gut motility and better appetite control.

TUNA & BARLEY
Barley is an essential wholegrain that can also help to reduce cholesterol levels. Mixed snacks containing tuna & wholegrains is a delicious and filling snack high in protein and fibre.

LEGUMES
1/3 cup cooked legumes (chickpeas, lentils, blackbeans) provide up to 10% daily fibre requirements! Munch on some roasted chickpeas or throw a can of lentils into your spaghetti bolognaise 

WHOLEGRAIN CRACKERS
Wholegrains provide important source of magnesium, iron, iodine, zinc, B vitamins and vitamin E. They also contain important source of insoluble fibre which can help manage constipation!

#sportsandspinalphysio #sportsandspinal #alliedhealthprofessionals #alliedhealthprofessionals #diet #dietician #dietetics #guthealth #guthealthmatters #guthealthmonth #health #wellbeing #education

✨GUT HEALTH MONTH ✨

One of the ways we can support a healthy gut is to increase our variety of plant-based foods high in fibre and antioxidants. Fibre is essential for gut health as it promotes the growth of beneficial bacteria which has been shown to support brain health, mood, nutrient absorption and digestion, reducing inflammation and also reduces risk of cardiovascular diseases.

In this reel our Dietician Georgia shares her top 5 gut-friendly snack options for when you’re on the go.

VEGIE STICKS + HUMMUS
Aim for a variety of coloured fruit and veg! Boost fibre by adding a side of carrots or baby cucumber to your usual snacks – this small change can reduce your risk of chronic disease development by 30%!

NUTS
Gut bacteria feed on the prebiotic fibre found in nuts resulting in the production of short chain fatty acid Butyrate- higher levels of Butyrate is associated with improved mood, gut motility and better appetite control.

TUNA & BARLEY
Barley is an essential wholegrain that can also help to reduce cholesterol levels. Mixed snacks containing tuna & wholegrains is a delicious and filling snack high in protein and fibre.

LEGUMES
1/3 cup cooked legumes (chickpeas, lentils, blackbeans) provide up to 10% daily fibre requirements! Munch on some roasted chickpeas or throw a can of lentils into your spaghetti bolognaise

WHOLEGRAIN CRACKERS
Wholegrains provide important source of magnesium, iron, iodine, zinc, B vitamins and vitamin E. They also contain important source of insoluble fibre which can help manage constipation!

#sportsandspinalphysio #sportsandspinal #alliedhealthprofessionals #alliedhealthprofessionals #diet #dietician #dietetics #guthealth #guthealthmatters #guthealthmonth #health #wellbeing #education
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It’s Gut Health Month and we have some gut friendly recipes that you can easily implement into your weekly diet that will improve your Gut Health! 

You would be surprised how just a few small changes can have a big impact on your overall health. 

Head to our to get cooking your Gut Health recipes 🍽

It’s Gut Health Month and we have some gut friendly recipes that you can easily implement into your weekly diet that will improve your Gut Health!

You would be surprised how just a few small changes can have a big impact on your overall health.

Head to our to get cooking your Gut Health recipes 🍽
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Now is the time⏱️

Book with the Runaway Bay team today and start kicking your 2024 health goals! With a range of services available our team can get you back to feeling your best 💪

Head to our bio to book with our team today!

Now is the time⏱️

Book with the Runaway Bay team today and start kicking your 2024 health goals! With a range of services available our team can get you back to feeling your best 💪

Head to our bio to book with our team today!
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For the month of Feb we celebrate our wonderful guts! That’s right, we will be shining a light on the amazing work that our guts do to keep us healthy 💪
 
Plus, we’ll provide some tips on how we can look after our gut so that it can keep doing what it does best. 

Did you know that our Dietitian team can assist with gut health? Head to our bio to learn more about how our Dietitian team can help you 🙌

For the month of Feb we celebrate our wonderful guts! That’s right, we will be shining a light on the amazing work that our guts do to keep us healthy 💪

Plus, we’ll provide some tips on how we can look after our gut so that it can keep doing what it does best.

Did you know that our Dietitian team can assist with gut health? Head to our bio to learn more about how our Dietitian team can help you 🙌
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