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Group Nutrition Classes for Type 2 Diabetics

Group Nutrition for Diabetes Do you have Type 2 Diabetes or know somebody that does? With the correct tools and knowledge, this chronic disease can be managed within your current lifestyle. As part of your healthcare team, our dietitian can help you with tailoring your management. Type 2 Diabetes is a progressive condition in which the […]

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Thinking about having a sports screening?

Winter sports season is underway but there is one important stage in an athletes preparation that is often neglected. Sports screenings or musculoskeletal screenings involve a series of tests that are sport specific to help you prepare for big events or the season to come. Most screenings include tests that focus on posture, coordination, strength, control, […]

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PINC Cancer Rehabilitation

  Cancer touches the lives of an increasing number of Australians each year. A cancer diagnosis is a life-changing event for the patient and their family and friends. Advancements in medical treatments mean that the number of cancer survivors is also increasing, and quality survivorship care is becoming a focus of attention for healthcare professionals […]

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Back and Neck Pain: Myth and Reality

Four Common Preconceptions about Back and Neck Pain Unveiled and Explained. Most people at some stage in their lives will experience back or neck pain to a degree. It’s really quite common. Some of us will initially seek appropriate treatment, however, let’s face it, at one point or another we’ve all asked Google to diagnose us […]

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Get to know Cormac Collins

Cormac is the latest addition to our team, based in our Kingston, New Town and Hobart centres. Cormac is an AEP (Accredited Exercise Physiologist) of 6 years, having worked in a spinal cord injury recovery centre in Melbourne and an Exercise Physiology clinic. Cormac also ran his own Exercise Physiology business working directly with GP’s […]

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Get to know Alex Margan

Alex is one of our wonderful Leap Health physiotherapists. Alex is based in our Hobart and Rosny practices, delivering our clients professional, educated and tailored physiotherapy treatment to help them get back into action as soon as possible after injury or illness. Alex is driven by a desire to help people and will go above […]

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Get to know Sophie Hofto

Sophie is our Leap Health dietitian extraordinaire! Sophie travels between our Hobart, New Town, Kingston and Huonville practices to bring our clients professional, educated and tailored dietetic solutions for every client. She is passionate about arming people with practical and informative knowledge about food to help people achieve their goals! Sophie is particularly interested in […]

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Healthy Eating: Spring on the Menu

Daffodil bulbs are sprouting and the sun is beginning to shine—spring has finally arrived in Tasmania, and with new season produce available, now is the perfect time for a fresh outlook on healthy eating. In Tasmania, we’re spoiled for choice when it comes to local and organic produce, so the time is ripe to get […]

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New Hobart Clinic

At Leap Health we are driven by a passion to help people function at the best of their ability as soon as possible after injury or illness. This mission is one that drives us every day and now we are able to help more people live their best life. We are very excited to announce […]

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UTAS Women’s Rugby Team Physiotherapist

At Leap Health we love to get involved in our local community and use our expertise to benefit others. One of our Physiotherapists, Mark Pennington from the Rosny Park clinic is involved in a very exciting club within our community. The University of Tasmania has recently unveiled a women’s rugby side, the University of Tasmania […]

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