About Marney Jury

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Bio: Marney graduated with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy from Charles Sturt University, Albury, in 2008. Following a period working as a physiotherapist in the public health system in Melbourne, she ventured overseas to work and travel throughout Europe before returning and becoming a senior member of the Domain Health team. Marney has a special interest in sports physiotherapy, fitness, Pilates-based rehab, and holistic wellness. Marney has had experience in Women's Health physiotherapy and involvement in football, netball and rhythmic gymnastics clubs. As a director at the Sum Of Us, Marney advocates that a foundation of sound postural control and dynamic stabilisation through movement, can not only help reduce pain and assist in rehabilitation, but prevent pain, injury and improve quality of life. She also believes that a multitude of factors can affect the wellbeing of people. She likes to have an open minded approach with her clients to optimise outcomes and assist them in generally improving their body, health, wellbeing and life.

Articles by Marney Jury:

Our Top Tips for setting your health & fitness goals, and sticking to them in 2019

Posted on: 18 Jan 2019

“New Year, New You!” We’ve all heard it, and probably said it, many times before, but have you ever had success in actually sticking to your health and fitness new years resolutions? Whether you like to call it a resolution, or just a goal, the New Year is the perfect time to set your intentions […]

Prenatal Pilates – The perfect exercise during pregnancy

Posted on: 26 Oct 2018

Looking for a way to stay active while you are pregnant? Whether you are someone who loves staying active or you are newly pregnant and ready to get active with some form of fitness, Prenatal pilates might be just the ticket for you. Prenatal exercise routines such as pregnancy pilates allow mothers to stay active […]

How Stress Can Affect Your Health

Posted on: 29 Sep 2018

Stress can mean different things to different people.  Some people experience stress with symptoms such as heart palpitations, sweating or knots in their stomach. Others may experience it with constant thoughts or worries going through their head – they just can’t switch off.  Others may be ‘wired but tired’ where they are mentally or physically […]

Abdominal Pain In Pregnancy

Posted on: 11 Aug 2018

You may have heard of abdominal separation during pregnancy. Sharp stomach pain during pregnancy is quite common. The term can be frightening and confusing for mothers to be. However, this is a commonly assessed and treated condition by Physiotherapists. What Causes Abdominal Muscle Pain in Pregnancy? Diastis of the rectus abdominal muscle (DRAM – Diastis […]

The Benefits of Clinical Pilates and how it differs from Pilates

Posted on: 28 Nov 2016

If you have ever had an injury, especially one that required surgery and/or physical therapy, you know how difficult it can be to get your body back to a somewhat normal state of functioning. It’s not just sports people that suffer from debilitating injuries. In today’s working world our knee joints, hips, shoulders, ankles, our […]