🕵️‍♂️ March 2020 Review 🕵️‍♀️ - Specialised Health 🕵️‍♂️ March 2020 Review 🕵️‍♀️ - Specialised Health

🕵️‍♂️ March 2020 Review 🕵️‍♀️

April 2, 2020

🕵️‍♂️ March 2020 Review 🕵️‍♀️

What a month… we really hope you and your families are all well and safe.

Over the month, with your support we’ve kept busy. Hopefully we’ve provided you some new facts and some distractions from reality. Here’s what we got up to.


Published Education

This included a link to our booklet with a few bodyweight exercise options, but we’ll be posting more on our social media.

Staff Spotlight

Justin Ockerby

Role: Exercise Physiologist
Location: Launceston, TAS

Justin’s Ninja Skills

🐱‍👤 Cardiac
🐱‍👤 RTW


🍚 Food – Japanese, Thai, Chocolate, Coffee

🏋️‍♀️ Exercise – Ball-based team sports or strength training (with music)

🌞 Fact –There is on average 100,000km of blood vessels in the human body, enough for 2.5 trips around the earth

📖 Fiction – Battlefield & Halo, Marvel,  Bond film (Daniel Craig!)

💪 Myth Buster – A scan will always tell you exactly what’s causing pain & lead to it being “fixed

Get to know more about Justin here, including:
Most Inspirational Client
Career background
Why EP
Life outside of EP

This Month in Social Media

Favourite Social Media Posts

The most popular posts across the platforms were:

  • 🥇 First Place

Spelling workout!

Spell your name! Or the day. Or your mum’s name!? ⁣⁣

Choose your desired number of reps, or use a time period (30/45/60 seconds). Alternatively, role the dice!

  • 🥈 Second Place

Neck strengthening exercises for headaches

To vote for your favourite post share, like or comment on our posts.Image result for linkedin logoImage result for facebook logoImage result for instagram logo

Our Covid19 Updates

Over the past 7 years, Specialised Health’s EPs have been providing exercise physiology programs  over Zoom for clients who live in remote areas to allow them continued access to treatment despite their location.

We didn’t think we’d also be offering Video Based EP Sessions to those that might be self-isolating from a pandemic situation but here we are

Unfortunately, a pandemic doesn’t put rehab on hold. If rehab stops, the only thing that can happen is deconditioning. Here’s what we’re doing to continue the rehab journey onwards.

Behind the Scenes

Internal Education 

Every fortnight we roundtable challenging cases and we run various clinical in-services regularly as well! This month our team discussed:

  • Exercises with no equipment
  • Innovative resistance band exercises
  • Role of cortisone injections
  • Exercises for lower back management
  • Case study: painter returning to work after shoulder injury

Team Focus Areas for March

  • Ensuring all staff are aware of, and abide by, the government’s Coronavirus updates, including personal and professional commitment to social distancing, hygiene practices, minimising risk and self-isolating
  • Ensuring confidence in the use of Zoom for telehealth consults
  • Reminder to provide individualised rehab in face of these additional challenges

Did you know that we have a Sister Company in the Corporate Wellness space?

For up to date tips on optimising health and wellness for yourself, your staff, your friends and your family
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You can also see what’s on the mind of our Director, Brad Domek,
by connecting with him on Linked In.



Each month we will pick a question to Q&A.
Send your questions to brad@specialisedhealth.com.au or biara@specialisedhealth.com.au
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