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    Thomas Tung

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    Thomas Tung
    Physiotherapist
    Bachelor of Physiotherapy
    Tom is a credentialled Physiotherapist . With a background in Community Health and Aged Care and a passion for Rehabilitation to allow people to access the community and return to work. Thomas has provided his services in many different settings over his four years of work. In each of these settings Tom has become aware of how much work related injuries can affect your life and is always looking for new ways to remedy this.
    Areas of Interest
    His areas of special interest are Chronic Pain Management, Weight Loss and General Fitness.
    Outside of work Tom also pursues artistic endeavours in cartooning, and salsa dancing when he can find the time.
    Languages spoken : English

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    your details, including Medicare card details.
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In the joints of our body – where bone meets bone, there is a layer of smooth tissue called “cartilage” which is covered in a lubricating “joint fluid”. This allows the bones to glide smoothly across each other without friction. There are diseases that affect the cartilage and these are known as arthritis. When the … Continued

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What are the rotator cuff muscles? The rotator cuff muscles are 4 muscles that hold the bones in your shoulder joint together. Two attach from the side of your shoulder blade, one from the top of your shoulder and one from the front of your chest. What do the rotator cuff muscles do? The shoulder … Continued

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You hear the word “core strength” or “core stability” thrown around a lot in exercise. You hear it in regards to dance, pilates, yoga, or even just general fitness, but what is it? How exactly do you train it, and how does it benefit you?   What is a ‘core’ muscle? Core muscles provide stability … Continued

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