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Experts in Pain and Injury Management
Experts in Pain and Injury Management

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Are your muscles feeling a bit tight? Need to loosen up? Come down to Dr7 Massage located inside Dr7 Physiotherapy and Podiatry for a professional remedial massage. Get a massage in December and receive 1 hour for $80 instead of $92 and 30 minutes for $54 instead of $60! This limited time offer is only valid in the month of December so why not call us on 9349 1777 to secure a spot now with 1 of our 3 massage therapists. Get in quick because spots are limited on this special offer!
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One of our physiotherapists K taping his knee for a long run tomorrow.

K tape is an elastic cotton strip with an acrylic adhesive that is used with the intent of treating pain and disability from athletic injuries and a variety of other physical disorders.
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11/17/17
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http://dr7physioandpod.com.au/650-2/

Come check out the new dry needling blog post which was written by Tess at Dr7 Physiotherapy and Podiatry.
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A lot of people ask me, "what do Podiatrists actually do?". The common perception of our profession is the ability to only treat toenails and hard skin. I can guarantee we do so much more than that! Podiatrists are University trained to assess, diagnose, manage and treat all foot and ankle conditions in a conservative manner. If the case requires a surgical or more invasive treatment, we are able to refer on to Podiatric Surgeons or other professionals who can provide the service. As general podiatrists, we commonly treat the conditions below:

Bunions / hammer toes / Tailor's bunions
Heel / arch pain / plantar fasciitis.
Ingrown toenails.
Warts.
Callus (hard skin / cracked heels).
Corns (pin-points of hard skin).
Fungal toenails / skin.
Morton's neuroma (sharp, shooting forefoot pain).
Diabetic feet
Sports injuries; ankle, midfoot, forefoot.
Gait/Walking abnormalities
Paediatric conditions; club foot, pigeon toeing.

For the next few weeks I will talk more about the conditions above and go over signs and symptoms and when is the appropriate time to come in to be assessed by a qualified, AHPRA registered Podiatrist.

Any other foot problems not on the list? No worries, come and have your feet examined now at Dr7 Podiatry, call 9349 1777 to make an appointment.

Hannah Chun - Senior Podiatrist at Dr7 Physiotherapy and Podiatry
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Good posture can make you feel more confident. When we stand up straight, there is a release of hormones including testosterone. Poor posture may increase the risks of depression, bad circulation and constipation.
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Walking is the best exercise for your feet, and its also a great way to get overall exercise for your body.
Standing still is way more tiring than walking, because you only use a few muscles when you're still, where as walking distributes the weight and effort over more muscles.
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Congratulations to Nera Jareb for placing within the top 30 in the 2017 BMW Berlin Marathon. We at Dr7 Physio and Podiatry are very proud of Nera's achievement and hope she can continue with her fine form! We are honoured to be part of your pre race preparation leading up to the Berlin marathon!
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10/6/17
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Dr7 Physio podiatry running Perth

Best wishes to all our athletes competing in the Berlin Marathon this weekend. We are very proud to be part of your preparation!

Your dedication and sacrifice to running is an inspiration to us!

Run like the wind!!

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Dr7 Physiotherapy and Podiatry is calling out to all BUPA members as we are a BUPA preferred clinic. Want to know more? Come and check out our blog post.

http://dr7physioandpod.com.au/bupa-physiotherapy-podiatry-yokine/
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Fun fact:
The scapula (shoulder blade) has a vital role in movement and stabilisation of the arm, 16 muscles connects to the scapula.

The clavicle (collar bone) is connected from the scapula to the sternum and is present to distribute impact to the trunk of the body.

Rotated cuff injuries and fractured collar bones are one of the most common injuries.
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