Amy Hunt returns to the Tatiara

Amy Hunt returns to the Tatiara

Interview published in the Border Chronicle

After six years of working in a private practice in Adelaide, experienced physiotherapist and Bordertown local Amy Hunt has returned home.

Amy joined Good Country Physiotherapy in January, and will now spend time consulting at Bordertown, Keith and Naracoorte.  Click to read more.

New Physio welcomed in Naracoorte

New Physio welcomed in Naracoorte

Naracoorte Herald interview with Aleisha Robinson

The Naracoorte Herald was pleased to interview our new grad physio, Aleisha Robinson, who started with us in January 2020.

Naomi's study published in the APA's InMotion magazine

Naomi's study published in the APA's InMotion magazine

Continence in Netballer's Masters published in InMotion Magazine

Our Women's Health & Continence Physio, Naomi Gill, had details of her Masters study of incontinence in netball players published in the APA's monthly magazine, InMotion April 2018.  Great to see her important findings being disseminated around the country.  Click to read the article.

International publicity for Angela's research

International publicity for Angela's research

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Practice Principal, Angela Willsmore, co-authored some research into the McKenzie Method of treating low back pain back in 2011.  It has recently been promoted by the McKenzie Institute around the world as a reminder to practitioners to use evidence-based treatment options for the best pain management outcomes for patients.

Naomi wins Barry Cahill Travel Scholarship!

Naomi wins Barry Cahill Travel Scholarship!

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Wow, what a week!

It was a great honour to present at the 26th National Conference on Incontinence at the Sydney Conference Centre on Darling Harbour.  

I presented the study I carried out in 2016 on how common is urinary incontinence in Netball players, which I carried out in Netball clubs in the KNT Netball league.  It was a real surprise to win the Barry Cahill award for best abstract.  

Some amazing research was presented at the conference on new developments for treatment and understanding the impact of incontinence so a really strong field.  

I was commended on the great response rate in my study so thank you so much to all the local Netball clubs that had me out and to all those women who took to time to fill in my survey.  

I was also congratulated on the potential impact of the study as Netball is such a popular sport, now we have the information that urinary incontinence is common in netball players it is much easier to design and get support for treatment trials to help keep women dry while playing the sport they love.

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