About Dr Cameron Kealy, Osteopath and Lecturer at Victoria University

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The best public transport options for coming to your appointment

Catching public transport to your appointment at Recharge but a bit unsure of the best way?  Relax, everything you need to know is in the short video just below.  Just press play, sit back, relax and enjoy 2 minutes and 45 seconds of delightful instruction on the best way to get to your appointment. See [...]

By | August 20th, 2020|Comments Off on The best public transport options for coming to your appointment

Where to park when coming to Recharge

Haven't been to Recharge before and not sure where to park?  Relax, just watch our short 2 minute video below, and everything will be crystal clear. There is 1 hour parking out the front, which is great, but we often suggest you park in the 2 hour parks around the corner.  This way if your treatment goes [...]

By | August 20th, 2020|Comments Off on Where to park when coming to Recharge

What is an “indirect technique”

We know that untreated muscular tension in your body can be a trigger for migraines, but how can you release it? The commonly known ways are massage, stretching and manipulation, but we sometimes find that the lessor known "indirect techniques" can be more effective. Indirect techniques are gentle and subtle and achieved a 95% reduction [...]

By | January 12th, 2017|Comments Off on What is an “indirect technique”

How to get flexi in your ‘hip flexors’

Note: This article was published in the Australian Pole Dancing Magazine. Pole tricks inevitably involve lifting your leg up in front of you. Whether you’re inverting up into a straddle or any other number of tricks, the “muscle” that you’re using to lift your thigh up and forward is commonly called your “hip flexor”. When [...]

By | May 12th, 2016|Comments Off on How to get flexi in your ‘hip flexors’

The flexibility secret that’s right underneath you

Note: this article was published in the Australian Pole Dancers Magazine When you’re thinking about getting flexibility in your legs, you don’t often think about your feet. These frequently forgotten, and unstretched, body parts are an important component to your lines and the overall perception of your “flexiness”. To see why your foot flexibility might [...]

By | May 12th, 2016|Comments Off on The flexibility secret that’s right underneath you
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