Physiotherapy

Running Assessments

2020-08-06T13:35:38+10:00

Running assessment, which is sometimes referred to as gait analysis, is a service for anyone that runs. Running is a simple, yet complex form of exercise that caters for varying levels of fitness and is a huge part of any sport. Because running is a weight bearing activity that requires the joints in our legs [...]

Running Assessments2020-08-06T13:35:38+10:00

Frozen Shoulder

2020-07-09T14:34:16+10:00

What is frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder, also known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition that affects the shoulder joint, causing pain and stiffness. It often involves a gradual onset of symptoms with disabling shoulder pain that progressively becomes stiff over time. This condition can last 12-18 months and in some cases up to two years. [...]

Frozen Shoulder2020-07-09T14:34:16+10:00

Rotator Cuff – Treatment Options

2020-06-04T15:21:41+10:00

Rotator cuff related shoulder pain can be frustrating. The good news is, we can do something about it and so can you! If you haven't already, read our previous blog on rotator cuff injuries here, which covers the anatomy of the rotator cuff, as well as common injuries such as tears, tendinopathy, bursitis and “impingement”. [...]

Rotator Cuff – Treatment Options2020-06-04T15:21:41+10:00

Rotator Cuff – To Operate or Not?

2020-06-04T12:54:57+10:00

Rotator cuff tears are a common cause of shoulder pain in both young and older populations. To learn more about the common injuries, what causes them, how they are diagnosed and how they are treated, check out our last blog here. Following a rotator cuff tear, there are two primary pathways of management: conservative or [...]

Rotator Cuff – To Operate or Not?2020-06-04T12:54:57+10:00

Plantar Fasciitis

2020-05-07T15:29:56+10:00

Plantar heel pain AKA plantar fasciitis is an overuse condition of the plantar fascia often at its origin and attachment to the heel bone (calcaneus). Those that have had it know how painful and frustrating this injury can be. Some describe it as walking on broken glass every morning. Ouch! Over the years, treatment for [...]

Plantar Fasciitis2020-05-07T15:29:56+10:00

Don’t Let School Bags Weigh Your Children Down!

2020-01-27T17:41:01+10:00

Overloaded or incorrectly worn school bags can play a major role in a lot of neck, back and shoulder pain among children. With children heading back to school this week, we think it's very important to highlight the impact that a school bag can have on a child's body when used incorrectly. How do school [...]

Don’t Let School Bags Weigh Your Children Down!2020-01-27T17:41:01+10:00

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome – A Real Pain In The Knee

2019-10-24T12:28:37+10:00

Do you have pain in the front of your knee that seems to have come from nowhere? Does it hurt when you are going up or downstairs? Or if you have been sitting for too long? Well there is a fair chance that you have developed Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS), a pain in the front [...]

Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome – A Real Pain In The Knee2019-10-24T12:28:37+10:00

Ankle Sprains in Basketball

2019-10-17T15:34:07+10:00

As physios, ankle sprains are one of the most common sporting basketball injuries we see! However, we find its prevalence may be responsible for the public’s relaxed attitude to the management of this injury, and hence a high recurrence rate. It is said only 50% of people suffering an ankle sprain seek medical attention!! As [...]

Ankle Sprains in Basketball2019-10-17T15:34:07+10:00
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