The celebration of participating in a sporting event is always powerful. Whether you finished or not, whether you got your best time or not, You put in the effort, the hours, the training and you gave it a go. Amazing!
Today, there are many products & tools available on the market that claim to soothe, ease & cure all types of muscle pains and aches. From golf balls, massage balls to theracanes and then to yoga mats & blocks. The supply options are endless and each have their own best practice options. Foam Rolling is […]
Shin splints are a constant and recurring, very painful condition present in the front of the lower legs (shins). When Shin splints are highly inflamed and acute they are very painful and debilitating. We’ve put this blog together to help bring awareness to what exactly Shin splints are, what causes them, what you can do […]
Floatation Therapy is often perceived as a bit of an indulgent, spa like relaxation tool. Floating certainly is relaxing! Harnessing the power of rest and relaxation to aide recovery in sport and performance is what sets this experience apart. The power of the environment it creates for the user is where the experience offers little […]
We often see many clients coming through our doors complaining of Iliotibial Band Syndrome. Today I wanted to clarify what the Iliotibial band is, what causes it to flare up and what you can do about it!
You work hard, you play hard. Diet is usually ok but when it comes time for recovery you know you could be doing better. We all can right? Below I outline the best foam roller for your sports recovery. Having (but more importantly, using) a foam roller is a must.
Paramount Health Sydney
We are located on the Ground Floor of the Odeon Building.
We face the IGA Drummoyne Car park - entry is via Marlborough Street.
TEMPORARY COVID-19 Opening Hours
|Tuesday||13:00 - 19:00|
|Wednesday||11:30 - 19:30|
|Thursday||13:00 - 18:00|
|Friday||08:00 - 18:00|
|Saturday||09:00 - 16:30|
We are closed on Public Holidays.
We have temporarily adjusted our trading hours whilst we navigate COVID-19.