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Breath and stress – from a Physio perspective

Written by: Caitlin Sargent It goes without saying that the respiratory system is essential for life. However it also has an important interplay with musculoskeletal system and stress regulation. Poor breathing patterns can contribute to pain and dysfunction in a number of areas. Likewise, stress, pain and dysfunction can also contribute to poor breathing mechanics. […]

An Introduction to the Anatomy of Breathing (with a focus on post-partum women)

Written by: Brittany Johnstone One of the areas I’m very passionate about in Physiotherapy is helping women across the lifespan live their best pain free and happy lifestyle. That is why although this blog helps everyone create a better understanding of their breathing, there will be a particular focus on an introduction into considerations for […]

Mental Health First Aid course

Britt interviews Catherine At Barefoot we are committed to continued learning and upgrading our skills as both Physiotherapists and holistic health professionals. In order to keep our finger on the pulse of new research and treatments we undertake courses as a part of our professional development. Over the past year although the ability to attend […]

The Barefoot Physiotherapy Method

We understand that when you are in pain, it can be extremely hard to function and enjoy life on a daily basis. At Barefoot Physiotherapy, our treatment plan is focused on helping you to do what you want with your body! We use a thorough whole body assessment to work out the underlying cause of […]

What makes Barefoot unique?

What makes Barefoot different? Ever wondered what makes Barefoot Physiotherapy is different? When your body isn’t operating as you want it to, every part of your life suffers. We get it, we’ve been there. Every Australian deserves to live life to the fullest and not have injury and pain hold them back – so let […]

Milly’s incredible Barefoot adventures!

Milly took the plunge and moved from her hometown of Brisbane to 100km out of Mt Isa. Cherelle recently sat down with Barefooter Milly, to see what has changed & how life is in the country! What is it like living there? Every morning I walk outside and think of a line from a Dixie Chicks song that […]

Five steps to living your Barefoot Lifestyle

Ever get that feeling like life is just passing by? Like you want to be out on the field playing but you’re hanging on the sideline ? Are you wondering what it would look like if you were living your “Barefoot Lifestyle”? You know you enjoy being fully part of it, in fact maybe you […]

The Barefoot Physiotherapy Plan

Discuss your Problems: Our holistic therapy approach is based on a partnership between you and us. This starts by us truly knowing and understanding your story and why you have come to Barefoot for help. We then use specific nerve and orthopaedic tests to determine our initial hands on treatment that starts you on the […]