Jennifer Dodge has been featured in the following publications.

 

Working With Office Politics

Published January 2015

Daily Telegraph Home 

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Practice Principal

Published August 2014

Physiotherapy Business in Practice Magazine

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Inmotion - August Edition

In Practice – An active engagement

Published August 2014

Physiotherapy InMotion Magazine

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WHF June Cover

The Tough Get Going

Published June 2013

Women’s Health & Fitness

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Sneaker Freaker

Published October 2013

Women’s Health & Fitness

In this article Jennifer talks about matching your foot with the right footwear.

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The start-up improving corporate business

Published 26 March 2013

Dynamic Business 

After treating an army of accountants and IT specialists at last year’s Sydney Half Marathon, physiotherapist Jennifer Dodge spotted a gap in the corporate fitness market and launched an innovative new business.

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All gain – less pain

Published 15 April 2013

Sydney Morning Herald, Life & Style

Would anyone seriously attempt to run 21 kilometres without any practice? Yes, says physiotherapist Jennifer Dodge, who was on duty at last year’s Sydney Morning Herald Half Marathon, where she treated about 15 runners who had done no training.

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Get out of the slump: How to avoid work-related back pain

Published 10 April 2013

Dynamic Business 

Do you experience the occasional episode of low back pain? Do you sometimes feel a stiffness moving from a seated to standing position? Do you sit for more than six hours a day?

If you answered yes to any or even all of these questions, then you may have tight hip flexor muscles. These are the muscles that bring your knee to your chest and originate from your lower back. Not many people are aware that tightness in this area and can be an underlying cause of low back pain.

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Before you jump into a high-intensity event, you need to do some high-intensity training

Published 24 February 2013

Sydney Morning Herald, Life & Style

I received an interesting email from a sports physiotherapist last week. She owns a company called The Office Athlete, a physiotherapy, injury-prevention and corporate team-building business. Her email described how she sees a procession of guys and girls who have thrown themselves into adventure races and obstacle courses (think Tough Mudder, Mud Run and the like) and managed to rack up a list of injuries – mostly knee strains, rolled ankles and calf tears, but also minor muscle and ligament strains. Suffice to say, she has a thriving business – especially on a Monday morning.

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