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Caulfield South, VIC. 3162

03 9528 3994

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Osteoarthritis and Physiotherapy

Our Caulfield Natural Health Clinic Physiotherapist, Shanee Fleischer, has summarised some facts about Osteoarthritis below. Information has been summarised from Physiotherapy InMotion magazine, May 2021. Did you know… Osteoarthritis can affect any joint, and commonly affects the joints of the fingers, knees and hips. Common symptoms include joint pain and joint stiffness. Imaging is not […]

Dysmenorrhoea (Period Pain)

Written by Genya Fleischer, Naturopath and Acupuncturist at Caulfield Natural Health Clinic Dysmenorrhoea is the medical term for painful, crampy sensations in the lower abdomen and back, associated with menstrual periods, usually caused by uterine contractions. The quality and the severity of the period pain can vary from period to period and from one woman […]

PINC Oncology Rehabilitation Services at Caulfield Natural Health Clinic

Shanee Fleischer (Physiotherapist) has recently completed her PINC oncology rehabilitation certification, and is excited to be offering these services at Caulfield Natural Health Clinic. What is PINC Cancer rehabilitation? The PINC program is designed to help support women affected by all types of cancer, throughout all stages of their cancer treatment and recovery. It is […]

Exciting news at CNHC!

Over the last few months we have been very busy at Caulfield Natural Health Clinic, with renovations taking place. We are thrilled with the result! Our clinic looks brand new, and the spaces look bigger, brighter and fresher! We also have a brand new clinical exercise studio. We have attached some photos for you. If […]

Physiotherapy and Mastitis

Mastitis is a condition that usually occurs in breastfeeding mothers. It is defined as inflammation of the breast, and characterized by symptoms that include redness, breast pain, swelling and flu like symptoms. Mastitis can occur with or without infection. It is impossible to determine from the signs and symptoms alone whether an infection is present. […]

Physiotherapy and your lungs

Coming into the cooler months, we are all more prone to coughs, colds and chest infections. Physiotherapy can be useful to help people with chronic lung conditions, where they experience shortness of breath and or excessive phlegm production. Some examples include asthma, emphysema, chronic bronchitis and bronchiectasis. How your lungs work: The body absorbs oxygen […]

Hamstrung: The Hamstring Injury Journey

Last weekend, two of our practitioners, Daniella (Osteopath) and Shanee (physiotherapist), were lucky enough to attend this conference, discussing all the latest research into hamstring injury, reducing risk of injury, and management. It was a really interesting day, and so we thought we would share some of the key points with you all. Hamstring is […]