Welcome back to the July edition of our newsletter. We hope that you and your family are continuing to keep well during these difficult times.
Our doors at Adaptive Physiotherapy continue to be open with strict cleaning procedures still in place as well as practising good hand hygiene. Social distancing continues to be enforced with a limit of four people set to our group classes.
We are currently in the process of opening back up our diabetes class and we can not wait to welcome back everyone in these classes. If you are interested in joining our diabetes classes, there is still some limited spots available so be sure to get in touch with us so that we can reserve your spot.
Hydrotherapy continues to be temporarily ceased at McKeon’s pool until restrictions are further eased. We once again thank you for your patience with this. If you are interested in a program that you can perform at home whilst we await our return to the pools, we are more than happy to assist you with this.
Our pilates classes will resume at the beginning of Term 3 schooling calendar. These classes will run for four weeks. After this, our pilates class will unfortunately be ceased indefinitely.
In wake of the Black Lives Matter movement, we sought to get a deeper understanding on what it is like to grow up in Australia as an Indigenous person. Here we were fortunate enough to speak to a good friend of Tim’s, Jye Murray. Jye is a proud Wiradjuri man. Jye delved in the pertinent issues that Indigenous people continue to face in today’s society, as well as discussing ways that we can continue to best serve our local Indigenous community. We are currently sourcing some local Indigenous paintings for the clinic so keep your eyes peeled for this.
Socially, the Adaptive team are preparing for our trip down to the south coast this month as a Christmas present from our very thoughtful boss, Lee. I am sure there will be some classic stories coming out of this trip. So far the chat has involved Tim telling us how he is ‘going to show us how the Newcastle folk do it at university’ and even some whispers that Leonie will bring out her taekwondo moves! We will be sure to keep you posted on this.
Next month is Tradies National Health Month. In line with this, we will be offering 20% discount to all trades personnel during the month of August for either a Physiotherapy or Exercise Physiology consultation.
Thank you again for your continued support.
Yours in Health, Team Adaptive.