Em Batger

Em is the owner and head physiotherapist of Active RX Physio located in Sydney. Prior to starting Active RX with her husband, she was working in a busy sports & musculoskeletal practice where she was one of the club physios for Eastern Suburbs Rugby Union. 

She has a hands on treatment approach focusing on encouraging functional movement as an integral part of the rehabilitation process which has stemmed from not only working with elite level athletes but also from her years competing in sport at a high level. This experience has given her an understanding of not only the physical demands that training and competing can have on the body but also how important strength and mobility work can be when it comes to staying injury free.

Having completed extra study in Western Acupuncture / Dry Needling and Active Release Techniques (ART) which has formed an integral part of her treatment sessions, she is also a qualified Movement and Mobility Specialist via Mobility|WOD and the Starrett System and is currently undertaking a Pre and Post Natal Coaching Certification.

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The Importance Of A Good Nights Sleep

The Importance Of A Good Nights Sleep

Em Batger

Sleep is a factor that can truly impact on many aspects of a persons wellbeing. It is equally, if not more important, than exercise and a balanced diet. Not convinced? Have a read of why our HIF Lifestyle expert Em Batger believes that sleep is an essential element of overall health and mental wellbeing.

What You Need To know About Arthritis

What You Need To know About Arthritis

Em Batger
Arthritis is the informal name given to joint pain or joint disease. Despite what many may think its more than just wear and tearin fact there are over 100 types of arthritic conditions that can impact people of all ages. Here's a quick guide to what you need to know and what you can do.
Training in the Heat

Training in the Heat

Em Batger

Exercise in itself can be a challenge for many, let alone when it’s 30 degrees outside. The good news is that hot summer days don’t have to completely disrupt your training schedule, you just need to be mindful of when and how you train.

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