Aly Smead is part of our admin team and many clients will know her from her part-time role on reception, which she fits in between studying Osteopathy at RMIT University.
I am a 58 year old male who has always enjoyed outdoor activities. Having competed in Triathlons since 2006, I stepped up in the 2012/13 Gatorade Series to be in the top 10 in my Age Group. I joined Tri-Alliance and started to get into some serious training in late 2013.
Most women will admit that having a monthly cycle is a pain in the neck – it can affect your mood, energy, or the desire to socialise – plus many other things.
We love spring but it also means more pollen in the air!
Firstly, I’d just like to be clear that this is not about skipping your workouts, but incorporating skipping INTO your workouts. It’s a subtle difference, but can have drastically different outcomes!
When we are faced with injury or illness, a slump or feel a little lost in our lives, the search for an answer can often be overwhelming.
MOSIC has featured in the news several times this week as part of Osteopathy Awareness Week (15–21 April). Our director, Dr Shane Buntman, appeared as a guest on a live Sky News interview last Sunday.
April is such an exciting time of the year for the MOSIC community.