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Dry Needling | Pilates Classes
Sporting Injuries & Braces
Rehabilitation | Workcover
DVA | Headaches
General Aches & Pains
Start Tuesday 10th February, at 5:15pm.
To book please phone 8588 1053
NOW OPEN IN WAIKERIE
13 White Street, Waikerie | 8588 1053
Also consulting in Renmark and Barmera
130 Fifteenth Street, Renmark
Barmera Recreation Centre
1 James Terrace, Barmera
For all appointments please call 8588 1053
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New physio clinic in Waikerie
LIVE Better Physiotherapy
has opened a clinic at Waikerie in
the absence of former Waikerie
physiotherapist Karen Dutton.
Ms Dutton approached the clinic
and asked if it could continue ser-
vicing Waikerie clients upon her
Live Better Physiotherapy pro-
vides services to the Waikerie Hos-
pital and Aged Care Home and have
been doing so over the past year.
Physiotherapist Leah Williams
said she was excited to extend the
clinic's services to include a private
"We will be providing one-on-one
physiotherapy clinic services," she
"They include dry needling, re-
habilitation, trigger point therapy,
sporting injury treatment and man-
agement, braces, moon boots and
supports. We are able to provide
services to anyone in the commu-
nity including those with private
health insurance, work cover, DVA
Physiotherapists serving the
clinic include Riverland-born Nathan
Rosenzweig, who has an interest in
sports physiotherapy and general
aches and pains.
Caitlin Prior has worked with an
Adelaide football club for two and a
half years and is interested in sport-
ing injuries, rehabilitation and nerve
Leah Williams has an interest in
all types of injuries and conditions
and uses dry needling for a number
of her patients.
Live Better Physiotherapy will
also run pilates classes at its clinic at
13 White Street, Waikerie.
The first class will be held on
Tuesday, February 10, at 5.15pm.
To book, call the clinic on
LIVE Better Physiotherapy, has opened a clinic in Waikerie, providing dry
needling, rehabilitation and trigger point therapy. Physiotherapists servicing the
clinic are Nathan Rosenzweig and Caitlin Prior.
Youth arts taking off
Theatre will offer four
"exciting and innovative"
weekly workshops across the
region in 2015.
Artistic director Celeste Cody
officially launched the work-
shops last week and said they
would be hosted in four different
towns including Waikerie. Ms
Cody said the workshops would
offer plenty of creative opportu-
nities for young people.
"If you love film and TV and
can see yourself in front of the
camera, behind the camera, in
the director's chair, at the draw-
ing board, tapping away at a
script, RYT's Make a Movie Club,
is for you," she said.
"Do you sing in the shower
and dance on the bed? If you do,
RYT's Glee Club is for you.
"However, you may have a
passion for performing and
would love to be an actor. RYT's
Acting Club will provide you
with the skills you need -- there's
no business like show business.
"And RYT's Theatre Club will
be the place in town for young
people wanting to jump into the
theatre world, its history and all
of the styles in play."
RYT works with young
people aged five to 11, and 12
For more information or to
book, people can call 8586 3437,
email firstname.lastname@example.org or call
into the Renmark Institute at 54
Ral Ral Avenue, Renmark.
Make a Movie Club: Renmark, Tues-
Glee Club Program: Loxton, Monday
Theatre Club: Berri, Wednesday
Acting Club: Waikerie, Thursday
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