PHYSIOTHERAPY | EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY | HEALTH
At QSMC we are dedicated to improving the health and wellbeing of all our clients. Our practitioners work with you to advance your ability to achieve the best outcome for your body. If you are looking for early to late stage injury rehabilitation, medical specific exercises, strength and conditioning or personal training one of our experienced team members are looking to help you advance your ability.
At QSMC, we provide an extensive range of professional services in physical health management. Explore our services page or ask one of our friendly team members about the right services for you.
Winter is officially here. It’s that time of year when comfort food seems so much more tempting, and the urge to stay inside under a blanket in the morning and
Now more than ever, people are sleeping less than they did in the past; and quality of sleep has also decreased over the years. Getting the right amount of quality
Most of us have heard of physiotherapists, nutritionists, massage therapists and personal trainers; and we have a pretty good understanding of what they do. For many people though, Exercise Physiology
There is no denying that gyms can be intimidating places, especially for a beginner who is venturing out into the weight world for the first time. Walking into a huge
One of the most common questions asked after an ACL injury is “when can I return to sport?”. It’s also generally the first question asked by parents, teammates, coaches and
“Injury is just part of the game.” We hear these words thrown around too casually and too often. It’s time to flip the script. Sustaining an injury should not be
Have you injured your ACL within the past 10 years? Do you get anxious about jumping or changing directions? Are you worried about going skiing on a holiday? With our
If you’ve had, or are currently experiencing back pain, you’re not alone! Almost everyone in their lifetime, approximately 80% of the population, will experience back pain in one way or
Benefits of Playing Tennis and How to Stay Injury Free: with Sports and Exercise Physiotherapist, Penny Dayan
When you think of physical activities to stay in shape, the usual ones that come to mind might be walking, running, cycling or swimming. But there’s one that is often
As you’ve probably guessed by its name, runner’s knee is a common injury that affects runners. Although it’s not just limited to them. It can affect anyone who participates in
By the time the clock strikes midnight on the night of the 31st, many of us will already have our New Year resolutions in mind. For a lot of people,
Kai Morris, our resident Psychologist from Mental Notes, has provided some tips on how to maintain your wellbeing during the break. For some, the holiday season is a joyful time
QSMC would like to advise all of our patients, the measures we have in place in an attempt to limit transmission of Coronavirus (COVID-19).
The demands of competition and skill based training on a young athlete are growing each year. It’s not unusual to hear of a 14-year-old playing multiple sports, training every day
QSMC would like to congratulate Larissa Trease, Kellie Wilkie, Greg Lovell, Michael Drew, Ivan Hooper on the publication of “Epidemiology of injury and illness in 153 Australian international-level rowers over
We have recently welcomed a new team member to our QSMC family, Dr. Kevin Sims, who is a Specialist Musculoskeletal Physiotherapist (as awarded by the Australian College of Physiotherapists in
APA Pain Physiotherapist Matt Forster. Pain is a complex and distressing human experience. Historically, pain was thought of as a direct measure of tissue damage. The French philosopher Rene Descartes