SPORTS & SPINAL BUDERIM

clinical pilates

Buderim

120 King StBuderim QLD 4556

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Buderim Sports & Spinal is located in Buderim, conveniently located near Mountain Creek and Forest Glen.

With an emphasis on core conditioning, breathing and body awareness, our Core, Strength & Mobility classes are a safe and highly effective way to stretch, strengthen and streamline your body without building bulk or stressing your joints.

Core, Strength & Mobility classes utilise various exercises that incorporate balance, power, strength and stability.  

This can be done either using the Pilates equipment (reformer, trapeze table, exercise ball etc.) in a CSM Studio class or the form of a Mat Class, utilising bodyweight and minimal equipment. From here, we build and progress your program as appropriate with continued advice and education throughout, so you left feeling a better version of YOU.  

Our Core, Strength & Mobility classes are a fitness regime for life, performed on a mat or with specialised equipment. The perfect complement to cardiovascular exercise, sport, rehab and life, these classes will leave you looking toned, feeling revitalised and moving with ease.

Both Physiotherapists and Exercise Physiologists run our classes with Clinical Pilates Experience. Clinical Pilates refers to one-on-one Pilates that are often used for injury rehabilitation and used in conjunction with physiotherapy. Sports & Spinal offers both and can cater to your exact needs.

All patients are required to have an initial assessment with a Physiotherapist or Exercise Physiologist before beginning any of our classes. This is to familiarise patients with any equipment, positions, exercises and identify any injuries/restrictions that we may need to be aware of prior to a patient attending a class.

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

Core, Strength & Mobility classes are perfect for toning and reshaping the body. It works on creating long, lean muscles, toning all of those hard to target areas such as the abdominals, inner thighs, buttocks, back of thighs, sides and backs of the arms. For toning, these classes are best performed 3 to 5 times a week through a combination of studio sessions, mat classes and home exercises.

Pilates exercises are performed through a wide range of movements and work on lengthening the muscles at the same time as strengthening them. To increase flexibility, stretching exercises need to be performed daily.

The Clinical Pilates exercises used in our Core, Strength & Mobility classes focus on strengthening the weakened postural muscles and stretching the tight muscles that pull the body into these poor postures. Studio sessions are the best way to improve posture as our physiotherapists can develop a program to target your specific postural problems. Pilates can also be used for back pain as it relaxes and strengthens the muscles, easing the discomfort.

Our Core, Strength & Mobility classes use Clinical Pilates techniques which are fantastic for injury rehabilitation and prevention as it works on core stability, posture, flexibility, and correcting muscle imbalances and weaknesses via specific strengthening. It can be used for arthritis, neck pain, back pain and various injuries.

Pilates is the secret tool that many high level and recreational athletes use to enhance their performance, decrease the risk of injuries and provide much-needed cross-training. Each sport has specific strength and flexibility requirements. When you book in for an assessment, your physiotherapist will look at the things you need to work on to improve your performance and then proceed to design a Pilates program for you.

✓ Back pain

✓ Neck pain

✓ Shoulder problems

✓ Hip and knee pain

✓ Arthritis

✓ Rehabilitation from injuries

✓ Rehabilitation from orthopedic surgery

✓ Neurological problems e.g. rehab from stroke or head injury, cerebral 

✓ Rheumatological issues  

✓ General conditioning concerns palsy, Parkinson’s disease

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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Jess Lorraway

Physiotherapist

Jess completed her Bachelor of Physiotherapy (Honours) at Central Queensland University. She has always had a focus on musculoskeletal patients, and particularly enjoys treating athletes (whether social or competitive).

Jess strongly believes in working as a team with her patients to ensure they get what they need out of physiotherapy. She will commit to giving any patient she sees 100% effort and strives to aid them in reaching their goals.

With a background focused heavily on competitive basketball, Jess has had her fair share of her own physiotherapy appointments and understands the demands sport places on the body both mentally and physically. She is keen to aid others with working to reduce their pain, improve their movement or simply get back to an activity they love.

Outside of work you will definitely find Jess at a basketball court, wishing she was at the snow skiing, or taking a break reading a book.

Jess is available for Physiotherapy consults at our Buderim clinic.

Brooke Svensson

Exercise Physiologist

Brooke completed her Bachelor of Clinical Exercise Physiology at the University of the Sunshine Coast. With previous personal training experience, Brooke finds that her strengths are motivating and uplifting her clients to create a positive exercise environment. She prioritises good communication and collaboration, where she takes the time to understand her clients. This is so that the exercise prescription can be tailored to her client’s lifestyle and specific to their needs. She loves to see her clients achieve their short- and long-term goals.

Ultimately, Brooke wants to empower her clients through exercise and education to assist with independent living and an increased capacity to do every day and recreational activities.

She has a commitment to her learning and enjoys expanding her skills, where she completed her Cert IV in Pilates Mat and Reformer Instructing through Breathe Education. Her Pilates experience opens opportunity for her clients to select different modes of exercise to assist with their rehabilitation.

Outside of the clinic, Brooke loves the gym and an active lifestyle, but also loves her down time at the beach.

Brooke is available for Exercise Physiology appointments at the Sippy Downs and Buderim Clinics.

Landon Inglis

Physiotherapist

Landon graduated from Physiotherapy at the University of Queensland having previously completed a Bachelor of Exercise and Movement Science. This combination has helped to shape his belief in the importance of movement and exercise to compliment manual therapy in his patient’s rehabilitation.

He strongly believes in treating the person, and not just the injury – making the treatment plan tailored to the unique challenges and goals they have in their life.

He has extensive experience working with runners, triathletes, and Australian Rules Footballers in physiotherapy, strength and conditioning, and coaching capacities. Landon is currently the running coach of a local triathlon club, and trains and competes in his spare time.

Because of this, Landon has a special interest in treating sporting injuries, as well as upper limb (shoulder, elbow, and hand) conditions, and has completed additional training in both of these areas.

Landon is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Buderim clinic.

Leigh-Ann Bennett

Physiotherapist

In 2018, Leigh-Ann graduated from Auckland University of Technology with a Bachelor of Health Science (Physiotherapy). After university she returned back to her hometown Tauranga, New Zealand, and started working in private practice, over these years she did a combination of clinic work and assisting ample sports teams with their Physiotherapy needs. In February 2023, she made the move across the ditch and has been at Sports & Spinal ever since.

Leigh-Ann loves working with people from all walks of life, helping to enhance mobility and strength, reduce pain and ultimately help them to lead a more active and rewarding lifestyle. She has a keen interest in sports injuries, post-operative rehabilitation, and knee injuries.

When she is not in the clinic, Leigh-Ann enjoys getting outside and keeping active. She is very excited to be living on the Sunshine Coast and being able to explore this beautiful part of the world.

Leigh-Ann is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Buderim clinic.

Jana Rydwanski

Lower Limb Physiotherapist, Acupuncture & Pilates Instructor

Jana studied in New Zealand and graduated with a Bachelor in Health Science in Physiotherapy in 2006 from AUT. She completed her Postgraduate Diploma in Musculoskeletal Physiotherapy in 2010 and a Master of Health Practice in 2011.

She worked in New Zealand for five years before coming to Australia, during which time she was the physiotherapist for Rugby teams and ran gym-based rehabilitation programs. She is honoured to have an article published in the international physiotherapy journal, Physical Therapy Reviews. Jana believes in a holistic approach to injury and management, is highly dedicated to exercise, and regularly attends further training to ensure that her clinical skills and knowledge are updated.

Jana is available for appointments at our Buderim clinic.

Bree Regan

Exercise Physiologist

Bree graduated form the University of Southern Queensland with a Bachelor of Sport and Exercise majoring in Exercise Science and Clinical Exercise Physiology.

 

Bree has always lived a busy and active lifestyle, mainly through gymnastics, swimming, athletics, dancing, and cheerleading. Some of which she continues to enjoy to this day. She also enjoys a regular walk at the beach or in the bush and a good TV show or movie to watch.

 

Bree loves that exercise can be a fun and social way to improve our health and well-being for the short and long term and enjoys watching her client’s confidence grow quickly over time. Exercise can also be something that we share with our friends and family and does not need to be hard or a chore to be rewarding. Bree enjoys getting to know my clients, which helps her assist them as an individual and as a whole person to give them exercise plans that are best suited for their individual needs. Bree’s aim as an Exercise Physiologist is to help her clients reach their health and fitness goals and beyond so that they can live long happy, healthy, and active lives.

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

Danielle Keogh

Low Back & Hip/Pelvic Pain Physiotherapist

Danielle has a wealth of knowledge in accurate diagnosis and treatment of low back and hip pain and regularly attends national and international conferences dedicated to these areas to stay up to date with research and current evidence for optimal patient care and positive outcomes.

Danielle is very passionate about exercise rehabilitation and helping people return to their optimal physical and mental health through Pilates. Danielle is experienced in identifying biomechanical dysfunction and using exercise specific techniques ensuring great outcomes. Danielle is an avid horse rider in her spare time, competing in dressage competitions with her two horses.

Danielle is available for Physiotherapy appointments at our Buderim clinic.

WHAT PEOPLE THINK OF US

Post hip replacement.Excellent ,professional service and great advice.
Wonderful clinic and great range of services. Love the remedial massages by Di. Highly recommend!
Since starting my Grade 4 knee osteo arthritis rehab I can golf 6 days a week with minimal pain.
Excellent
Had a sports massage here and I don't remember the last time I could move my neck freely like I can now.Friendly staff that gave me some very useful information.Thanks!
After an appointment with Jana, I finally felt relief from a tight neck that I've had for a very long time. Optimistic about the recovery process.
GO SEE DIANNE!!!She has magic hands , Cannot recommended enough! Me , my back , neck and shoulders love and appreciate her 💕
Amazing services! Excellent staff! I would recommend Sports & Spinal Buderim to all my friends and family.
Wonderful clinic. Excellent, clean facilities and the staff are lovely! They took care of my aches and pains.
The staff are very accomplished and helpful. They have helped me tremendously with coping and relieving my back pain.
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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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