Pro-Fit Physio & Allied Health Centre
Give us a Call
(02) 9771 1977
Visit our Location
7 Revesby Place Revesby
Send us a Message
Opening Hours
Mon - Friday: 7AM - 7PMSat: 7AM - 1PM
Post Natal Depression

Perinatal Mental Health and Postnatal Depression

Post Natal or Post Partum Depression (PND) can occur within the first 12 months following the birth of a child. While it is quite common to experience feelings of anxiety and depression when adjusting to the challenges of parenthood; PND differs in that these symptoms may be more severe, last for more than 2 weeks, and interfere with your general daily functioning. PND is estimated to affect up to 1 in seven (16%) women giving birth in Australia.Read More

Ways to Kick Start The Day

Running late for school and office again!!!! What to do now? The easiest option is to skip breakfast—AGAIN. Anyways what does it matter? However organized you might be, still early morning is a rush hour for every household. So who has time to fit breakfast into all that mayhem?  The most neglected but the most important meal of the day is the breakfast. Breakfast is necessary to start your day and is important not only for children but for adults too.Read More

Pilates Exercises Physiotherapy

Pro-Fit Physiotherapy runs weekly Pilates classes every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at 7:00pm.Pilates aims to increase muscle flexibility, strength and endurance while focusing on the activation of deep stabilizing muscles, so that movement is performed off a solid, stable base.Read More

Fitness is a Journey, not a Destination

When it comes to health and fitness, most people have a goal to attain which tends to lean towards reaching a particular weight or achieving a particular look. People look to exercise and the newest diet to sweep the market in order to reach those goals. Based on my experience, people see these methods as a means to an end that once they’re where they want to be that they will be that way forever… That would certainly be a Utopia.Read More

Anterior Knee Pain Exercises

The knee is the largest joint in the body. It sits in the middle of two very long bones, hoping to hold them together as your body weight and the ground throw them in different directions. There is very little bony congruency between the two bones in the knee, so the joint relies on a variety of ligaments and a symphony of muscle contractions to keep it stable.Read More