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The Coast Sport blog is designed to keep you up to date with our latest learning and development plus ways we can help you with injury management, prevention and performance enhancement.

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September 14, 2020
back pain during pregnancy

Back Pain During Pregnancy – The Feel Good Formula

Pregnancy related back, hip and pelvic girdle pain are all very common. While it is common it shouldn’t always be accepted as a normal part of […]
August 31, 2020
benefits of physiotherapy

10 Things A Physio Can Do For You – Benefits of Physiotherapy

Whether you’re an office worker struggling with posture or chronic pain, a mum recovering from pregnancy, or an active sportsperson, experiencing pain in any form can […]
November 13, 2018
Desk job physiotherapy and posture tips

Do you sit at a desk all day?

icon A large percentage of the population works at a desk, and although this may seem like a job that won’t be too taxing on your […]
January 10, 2017
pilates class Tuggerah, reformer, mat work, Central Coast, Wyong, Terrigal, Wamberal, Gosford

7 Benefits of Clinical Pilates you might not know about

December 19, 2016
Coast Sport Tuggerah, Central Coast, surf, fitness, exercise for surfing, swimming

Exercise of the Month – December 2016

PALLOF PRESS Rotational movements are integral to many of the sports enjoyed by people on the Central Coast. From tennis to surfing to football, the Pallof […]
November 19, 2016
Coast Sport massage therapy, Mick Kranendonk, Ali Redman, sports massage

Myofascial Cupping, what is it?

  Myofascial Cupping is a form of remedial massage treatment combining and using Myofascial Release Therapy and Trigger Point Therapy. How does it work? Using glass or silicone cups, […]
November 18, 2016
Coast Sport Tennis player Leigh-Anne McBride Physio Exercise physiology

Exercise of the Month – November 2016

Side lying windmill- for thoracic mobility This exercise helps to increase thoracic rotation, why is this so important? Well a decrease in thoracic mobility can lead […]