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How Pulmonary and Respiratory Physiotherapy can Help You!

When we think of physiotherapy, lots of us picture stretches or exercises testing and exercising our muscles, tendons and mobility. Lots of people believe that physiotherapy is therefore only reserved for sportsmen and sportswomen, certain physical conditions that limit mobility and pre or post-surgery, but actually physiotherapy is beneficial for a range of people of […]

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10 Small Changes to Improve Your Health As advised by a physiotherapist!

With life seemingly moving at a faster pace than ever before, it can be difficult to check in with yourself about your own health. It can be especially difficult if you work full time or have little ones to take care of since you don’t always put yourself first! But we want everyone to feel […]

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How Prenatal and Postpartum Physiotherapy can Help During and After Childbirth

As any mum will tell you, having a baby does things to your body. You will feel aches and pains in places that you never experienced a problem before and your body will do things that may surprise you. Embarrassing things. For most, this is just another part of motherhood and something that women have […]

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Sacro-Iliac Joint

Is your Sacro-Iliac Joint (SIJ) contributing to your back pain?   Lets start talking about this blog with some anatomy of the Sacro-Iliac Joint or SIJ as it is commonly shortened to. The SIJ are two joints that make up the back of the pelvic circle. We have two halves to our pelvis that join at […]

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Stiff Shoulder Treatment

Stiff Shoulder? Consider these 3 easy treatment options The shoulder joint is a complex combination of different joints and muscles that allow us a huge range of flexibility and movement. This movement at the shoulder is possible because of the amount of mobility the shoulder joints allow. The glenohumeral joint (shoulder ball and socket joint) […]

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Vague arm pain: Suffering From Pins and Needles or Heaviness?

Could it be vascular? There are many causes of pain of the whole arm in adults. This type of pain can be horrible and significantly affect function of the arm.  In most conditions a specific part of the arm is affected – usually depending on where the problem is and what specific structure is affected. With […]

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Persistent foot or ankle pain?

Have you considered the talonavicular or calcaneocuboid joint elements?   Foot and ankle conditions such as a sprained ankle or ankle fracture are common. They are some of the most frequent injuries presenting to emergency departments and GPs across the country. Most will resolve as expected within normal healing times for bones and ligaments but a percentage […]

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How to diagnose persistent leg pain

Persistent leg pain: Is it because of the blood vessels or Sciatica The word often banded around for leg pain is ‘sciatica’. Most people will have heard of this term or heard a friend or work colleague discussing their Sciatica. They are normally referring to leg pain that feels a little nervy or radiates down the leg. The problem […]

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Ever tried to read a research article and wondered what they were going on about? Understand the evidence about your musculoskeletal condition now.

Understand the evidence of your Musculoskeletal Condition Due to the ever expanding internet we are now able to find out so much more about a condition or pain that we are experiencing. it is far easier than the days of having to go to a library with a specific question and searching through text books for […]

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