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Anna Wang
Anna Wang
08:42 07 Jul 22
Really knows what they are doing in terms of treatment. Treated my knee and migraine. I could walk on my left leg as my knees was really damaged and Jen treated it to the point I could walk and feel little pain now.
Sandy Yusman
Sandy Yusman
02:27 28 Jun 22
Jen and her team have been treating me for a few years now. They're always very professional and caring. The clinic is clean and well maintained. For those who are concerned for covid safety, Jen's clinic maintains a great ventilation standard (we measured it with an Aranet) and she also runs an air purifier. I really recommend them.
Audrey Tran
Audrey Tran
22:53 11 May 22
The team at Pro Health Clinic have done wonders to my shoulder injury. I’ve been to multiple physios over the years with no success. After just one visit to this clinic, I immediately felt a massive difference and now and fully recovered. I am so grateful!!! I have referred my whole family to see them and they also speak very highly of their experiences. Would highly recommend ???
Ruby Nguyen
Ruby Nguyen
03:33 05 Feb 22
This clinic is the best clinic that I have been to and I would not go anywhere else. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!!
Michelle Isaura
Michelle Isaura
01:15 21 Nov 21
Great and friendly team! Everyone is professional and they really helped me with my back problem. Would highly recommend.
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Our customers say Excellent
5/5

5.0 out of 5 based on 256 reviews

Pro Health Clinic
5.0
Based on 239 reviews
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Anna Wang
Anna Wang
08:42 07 Jul 22
Really knows what they are doing in terms of treatment. Treated my knee and migraine. I could walk on my left leg as my knees was really damaged and Jen treated it to the point I could walk and feel little pain now.
Sandy Yusman
Sandy Yusman
02:27 28 Jun 22
Jen and her team have been treating me for a few years now. They're always very professional and caring. The clinic is clean and well maintained. For those who are concerned for covid safety, Jen's clinic maintains a great ventilation standard (we measured it with an Aranet) and she also runs an air purifier. I really recommend them.
Audrey Tran
Audrey Tran
22:53 11 May 22
The team at Pro Health Clinic have done wonders to my shoulder injury. I’ve been to multiple physios over the years with no success. After just one visit to this clinic, I immediately felt a massive difference and now and fully recovered. I am so grateful!!! I have referred my whole family to see them and they also speak very highly of their experiences. Would highly recommend ???
Ruby Nguyen
Ruby Nguyen
03:33 05 Feb 22
This clinic is the best clinic that I have been to and I would not go anywhere else. I would highly recommend this place to anyone!!
Michelle Isaura
Michelle Isaura
01:15 21 Nov 21
Great and friendly team! Everyone is professional and they really helped me with my back problem. Would highly recommend.
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Preventative Care

Take Advantage of Our Complimentary PRE-ASSESSMENT

Whilst not a condition, preventative care consists of measures you can take to avoid developing musculoskeletal disorders or repetitive strain injuries. For improved musculoskeletal health, take note of the following preventative care tips. If something doesn’t feel right, please book an appointment at our Croydon Park clinic and we can further examine the problem area.

Preventing musculoskeletal disorders and repetitive strain injuries

Although preventative care is simple, it can be easy to neglect. For this reason, you may wish to remind yourself to undertake preventative care via a phone notification or even by writing a sticky note. However you wish to structure it, it’s important to find a way to work preventative care into your life.

A top preventative care tip is to warm up and stretch before undertaking repetitive, static, or prolonged activities. Any gym will remind you of this rule! On the other hand, if you’re having to sustain a posture for a prolonged period, it’s important to break the posture every 20–30 minutes and stretch stiff muscles. If you’re feeling pain at any point, that’s likely telling you that something’s wrong. Change up your position or stop the pain-causing activity altogether.

If, despite your best efforts, you’ve still sustained some inflammation, be sure to recognise the early signs. This is when we would advise booking an appointment at our Croydon Park clinic so that we can intervene early. Should you feel the need for splints or wrist supports, please discuss it with one of our chiropractors and wear them only with our (or your GP’s) approval.

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Maintaining a preventative posture

Oftentimes, a good posture is key to being free of musculoskeletal disorders. Whilst you should hold an erect posture, you should also relax the neck and back. Twisting and bending are not ideal for the posture, either, and you should minimise these actions where possible. Whether you’re operating machinery or working at a desk, it’s important to align work equipment with your body. Ergonomics at work form part of any good occupational health and safety plan.

Whilst performing any activity, you should position yourself correctly. This involves keeping your arms close, elbows bent at 100 degrees, forearms neutral (thumb pointing upwards), and wrists straight. When sitting, ergonomics dictate that you should place your feet flat on the floor in a correctly adjusted chair. If you can’t achieve this, you should use a footrest.

If there’s any part of your skeleton to keep neutral, it’s your wrists. You should avoid moving them to any extreme angle and keep them within the ‘safe zone’, which is 15 degrees in all directions. While we’re on the topic of skeletal strain, you should avoid bending your neck forward for prolonged periods. When typing from a manuscript, it’s important to prop it up using a document holder.

Finally, strive to avoid static positions for prolonged periods. Whilst this is difficult in more sedentary jobs, you can still stretch or get up and walk every hour or so. If you hold your muscles in one position for too long, they’ll fatigue. Any form of movement will help to fight fatigue and stimulate blood circulation.

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