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The Role of Physio after A Total Ankle Replacement

Total ankle replacement surgery is commonly carried out for patients who have severe ankle osteoarthritis.  The aim is to get rid of any persistent pain and improve the movement in your ankle joint.  To ensure that you get the most out of your new ankle joint it is important to follow your exercises given to […]

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Heal Your Achilles Rupture Once and For All

The Achilles tendon is a tendon that runs from the group of muscles from the calf (gastrocnemius and soleus) and attaches to the hind-foot/heel bone (calcaneus). People that sustain an Achilles rupture where the tendon is completely torn, are normally middle aged runners that often have a history of Achilles tendon pain such as a […]

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See how easily you can maximise the results of your total joint replacement

It is standard for patients to have exercises set by physiotherapists in hospital following your knee or hip replacement and practice walking with crutches or a frame.  The problem comes after discharge when either you are not referred for more physiotherapy or have the hassle of trying to get to a physiotherapy clinic with your […]

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