Pilates at Excel

Regular Pilates creates an unshakeable core of strength through the hips, pelvis and abdominal region. It has a unique way of improving strength as our muscles are lengthened in all the degrees of movement: forwards, backwards, side to side and in rotation. We... More >

The Top 5 Reasons I Love Being a Physiotherapist by Jared Munitz

Hi, my name is Jared Munitz and I am a physiotherapist who graduated from the Australian Catholic University. After completing my degree, I worked at St George Hospital where I gained experience as a physiotherapist in various clinical areas including Aged Care, Intensive... More >

Staying Well in Autumn

As the days become shorter, darker and cooler it’s a great time to turn inwards, slow down and take more rest. According to Ayurveda (the sister science to yoga), Autumn is the season which aggravates Vata Dosha. Dosha means energy and there are three... More >

Is sitting the new smoking?

Today’s typical lifestyle includes long commutes, continuous hours spent chained to a work desk, and the repetitive habit of lazing in front of the television – all adding up to being as bad, if not worse, for our health as smoking. Add in... More >

Know your knees

At Excel, one of the most common injuries we see are injuries to the knees. So why is knee pain so common? Well, there are a number of reasons for this. We often tend to injure them during sporting activities. Twisting, turning, ducking,... More >

Welcome to 2021

Welcome to 2021! We hope you all had a relaxing break and are ready for the new year ahead. It’s been a busy start to the year for us, welcoming both new and current clients back into the practice and into routines. With... More >