Postgraduate Diploma of Health Sciences, Pain and Pain Management (Otago University)

November 4, 2017

Pamela completed her postgraduate Diploma in Pain and Pain Management with second class honors.  Pam is also a clinical leader in a group with the Osteopathy Australia Association for Pain and Pain Management in persistent pain.  This is an area of health care of significant importance with complex care needs and ageing poplulations in Australia.  […]

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Capsaicin Cream

June 17, 2015

Capsaicin – is a hot peppery cream that is used in pain management.  The initial burning feel of this topically applied cream may be off putting but with regular use 3-4 times a day for a month – 6 weeks could provide several months of relief from arthritis joint pain, neurological burning pain, post herpetic […]

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Explaining Pain

October 31, 2013

Check out the You tube video on Chronic Pain – EXPLAINED Excellent new resource to explain Pain and chronic/persistent Pain.  

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Chronic Pain Management

October 31, 2013

Pamela has attended a Noi, (Neuro Orthopaedic Institute) group International conference on Pain in April 2012, Adelaide, S.A. and a workshop there on Neuro-dynamic Technique with David Butler, in 2013 attending the Osteopathic Association OA, Annual conference Day three that presented the latest in Pain evidence based practice. In October 27 2013, has attended the OA […]

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Coughs, Colds and Flu

July 29, 2013

With winter upon us the viruses are around too and looking after yourself by hydrating, keeping up with regular exercise and healthy eating. A flu vax is definately on my list of things to do at the GP at the end of Autumn each year. Dont spread your colds or flus around either stay home […]

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Pam Dennis Now Dry Needling For 4 Years

August 24, 2012

Pamela Dennis is a Global Education Manual Therapy Australia (GEMt)  Level two Advanced practitioner with over 4 years experience, working in Hobart to help with musculoskeletal and acute and chronic pain.

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Think of Hiring a Treadmill or Exercise Bike Over Winter.

April 14, 2011

If you are full of excuses about the dark, cold, rain and just cant get off the couch or away from your computer….. like now.  Hiring an exercise bike or treadmill may get you through the winter without putting on too much extra padding.  Arrange a schedule that means you go to bed earlier, wake […]

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Hop And Jump Then Zumba

September 21, 2010

If you have had any previous sporting or dance injury get checked out first by your health professional before starting any new type of exercise.  If you can hop comfortably on each leg with good balance and stability and jump high with both legs from a bent knee position without pain you may be ready […]

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385 Argyle Street

September 6, 2010

We have moved to our new address, which offers easy access and plenty of parking in the street.  The bus stop is across the road. It is a very busy time of year and with spring now upon us, it is time to get out those walking shoes, rain coats and get moving some of […]

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June 9, 2010

After 10 years in the Palfreyman’s Arcade we have moved around the corner to: 385 Argyle St, North Hobart. Phone and contact details will remain  (03) 6234 5510    New!  FAX:  (03) 6234 5514 Mobile: 0417 515 554 Located Near the North Hobart Football Oval and Rydges Hotel.  Look for sign saying OSTEOPATH on the red brick building.  Enter […]

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