BlogNews and insights from the Axis team
After a busy 2017 at the Axis head office, we are taking a well deserved break between Christmas and the new year. We will be closed from midday on the 24th December, re-opening Tuesday 2nd January. We wish you a happy holiday and looking forward to a happy and...
Identifying beliefs that delay or reduce time to return to work (RTW) can help save businesses a lot on their insurance premiums. Ideally, businesses should be looking to identify these beliefs as soon as possible after an injury and then targeting the beliefs that...
In our busy working lives it is common for our brains to take short cuts and start to run on autopilot. This is an incredibly adaptive skill where our brain works more efficiently to complete tasks without having to think about them. However, as more of what we do...
The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy in the UK has launched a new guide in relation to back pain. The resource is evidence based and it aims to educate the public about back pain, to inform health professionals and to tackle common misconceptions about the...
Tien Pham, one of our Physiotherapists based in Adelaide, has been involved in martial arts for over 15 years, with Taekwondo being his main area of interest.
We are currently running a health challenge for one of our onsite physiotherapy clients The popularity and enthusiasm to the health challenge saw the program fully booked out within the first week of advertising.
David Brentnall takes out the innovation award at the 2017 Excellence in Workplace Rehabilitation Event.
Neck pain is common amongst Australian office workers, with higher risk present among females and in cases where concurrent psychological stress is present. Neck related discomfort can be costly, with potential impacts on productivity, absenteeism and lost time for treatment and management.
Onsite Physiotherapy has become increasingly popular in Australian businesses. The perceptions of the value of onsite physiotherapy can vary between different employers, being considered an integral part of a workplace injury management program in some workplaces,...
A case study looking at how onsite physio can save money to small businesses
Absenteeism due to injury and illness can cost a business a lot of money in sick-leave benefits and overtime payments for available employees. In addition, having a smaller pool of employees available to complete work increases the stress and strain on those...
A Personal Story From One Of Our Onsite Physios
Welcome on board, this is your physio speaking. Today you will be travelling through a journey of good health. Although we are expecting you to experience some occasional aches and pains along the way, with excellent early intervention and effective communication we...
Workplace health and well-being program produces results!
Axis celebrates 16 years
Learn the four classifications
Check out how you can safeguard yourself in the office!
A look into the latest research regarding sitting
4 Reasons Why Onsite Physio Has Great Return On Investment
An overview by Rosemary Grant, Occupational Health Physiotherapist.
Tips to help employers manage injuries better, learnt as an Onsite Physio
What Should Workers and Employers Expect?
A case study about how the AXIS Onsite Physiotherapy Service prevented a WC claim for one of its clients following a workplace injury.
Six simple ways to reduce repetition related injury in the workplace.
One of our colleagues, Ashley Smith PhD, is seeking volunteers to participate in a study into Whiplash Injuries and Pain. You get a Brain MRI – that’s pretty exciting!