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Monthly Newsletter: February 2016
ARTICLE OF THE MONTH
What you need to know about Physio Balls
At present in our Pilates classes we are using a physio ball for warm up and cool down exercises. Therefore I felt that some education guidelines for use and care of a physio ball be appropriate for this month’s newsletter. ...
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Article by Craig Shiel, Physiotherapist.
5 PHYSIO BALL EXERCISES
Grab your physio ball and take just 5 minutes out of your day for a short exercises session! Click here to view the exercises.
(If you do not own a Physio Ball and are thinking of purchasing one, speak with our friendly team for more information).
LABOUR DAY HOLIDAY
Shiel Family Physiotherapy would like to inform our valuable clients that we will be Closed for the Labour Day Public Holiday on Monday 7th March 2016. We look forward to seeing you when we re-open on Tuesday 8th March at 8.30am.
PINC & STEEL CANCER REHABILITATION
PINC cancer rehabilitation training is underway. Emily is loving the extra study and webinars with other physios from Australia & New Zealand. The programme currently has a focus to extend into regional areas. Watch out for this exciting PINC programme that will be coming to Albany very soon.... It aims to fill a gap by providing support to cancer patients and cancer survivors during and after their treatment.
PILATES CLASSES
Don't forget to stay up to date with your pilates class bookings. Please contact reception on (08) 9842 3020, admin@shielphysio  or use our flexible online booking system at www.shielphysio.com to reserve your place. Get in quick and book to secure your place as spaces are limited.
CRAIG'S JOKES OF THE MONTH
A tribute to Tommy Cooper...

I went to buy some camouflage trousers the other day but I couldn’t find any.

So I said to the fitness instructor “can you teach me to do the splits?” He said “How flexible are you?” I said “I can’t make Tuesdays”.

A man walked into the Doctors. The Doctor said “I haven’t seen you in a long time”. The man replied , “I know I’ve been ill”.

What do you call a chicken with lettuce in its eyes?
A chicken Caesar salad.
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