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Merry Christmas from Newcastle Integrated Physiotherapy

Posted by Zoltan Marosszeky on 1 December 2020
Merry Christmas from Newcastle Integrated Physiotherapy

Merry Christmas from the Newcastle Integrated Physiotherapy team! We thank you for sticking with us through a difficult year, and look forward to working with you in 2021. 

Here's what our team has to say about the upcoming holiday (and how they combat overindulgence):

"My favourite things about Christmas are spending time with family, eating seafood, and hanging at the beach. I love exercise and will combat my overindulgence with food and wine by doing an early morning swim at the beach with the kids, walking the dog after his big lunch, and maybe even doing some rowing." - Zoltan

"Christmas is my favorite time of the year. I get to enjoy all my favourite foods guilt-free. I get to go back to my home town which is Tamworth and spend time with my family. Each year my parents put on a big family lunch and all my relatives come over. The one thing that sucks now that I'm older is my parents won't let me open presents until my brothers who don't live at home anymore get there and they usually don't turn up home until late morning, so I have to wait to open my presents." - Sara

"I like watching little children opening their presents with great excitement and the older ones pretending they still believe in Santa." - Ruth

"My favourite thing about Christmas is eating all the wonderful food and watching the joy and excitement on my boy's faces with Santa gifts. I enjoy an early morning swim at the beach and a walk after lunch with my dog to overcome the feeling of overindulgence!" - Kara

"Christmas is special to me as it's the one time of year that all the family comes together. It's all about spending quality time together eating, swimming, and relaxing. Christmas day usually begins with a glass of champagne whilst we open presents, followed by a traditional hot lunch with all the trimmings, and then ends with a prawn roll by the pool (for those that can fit it in!)." - Lucy

"Christmas in my household centres around family and food. My parents host our traditional Christmas lunch with cold roast meat, salads, and numerous desserts! Its usually hot enough to use the pool, so after we've eaten our bodyweight in food, we head down for a relaxing afternoon around the pool, with everyone usually staying to eat the leftovers for dinner.

Over the holiday period, I give myself a week off my usual training and exercise routine, and spend the time outside taking my dog to the beach and the park, swimming at the baths, and I might even throw in a hike or two if its not too hot!" - Libby

Christmas Closedown Dates:

While we enjoy spending time with our family and overindulging we will be closed from the 24th of December to the 5th of January. Our Physiotherapist Ruth will open on Saturday mornings over this period.

Please call us on 4957 2961 to book an appointment over the next few weeks. And if you need help getting back on track in the new year, then you know where to find us!

Author: Zoltan Marosszeky
About: B AppSc(Phty) Director & Physiotherapist Zoltan joined Charlestown Physio in 2006. In 2012 he advanced to become the sole owner and director of the practice. He graduated in 1998 from the University of Sydney. He gained extensive knowledge and clinical expertise working for the Australian Military and as senior physiotherapist at the Newcastle Industrial plant OneSteel for five and a half years.
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