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1105, 2015

Arthritis

By |May 11, 2015|Categories: Blog, Health Tips|0 Comments

Years ago, arthritis was considered an inherent part of the ageing process and a signal to a patient that it’s time to slow down, but not so any more. Recent research and clinical findings show that there is much more to life for arthritis patients than the traditional recommendation of [...]

502, 2015

Calf Stretch

By |February 5, 2015|Categories: Blog, Stretch of the Month|0 Comments

Start standing on one leg on a stair or curb, with your heel hanging off the back. Gently press your heel toward the ground until you feel a gentle pull along the back of your lower leg. Hold for 30 seconds. Then slowly bend your knee slightly, until you feel [...]

502, 2015

Achilles Tendinopathy

By |February 5, 2015|Categories: Blog, Health Tips|0 Comments

Achilles Tendinopathy is an unfortunately common complaint seen in a physiotherapy clinic. Achilles tendon pain is usually due to small tears in the tendon which can develop over time. This may occur due to a single incident of overstretching or straining the tendon, or through general overuse where the tendon [...]

611, 2014

Sports Injury Management

By |November 6, 2014|Categories: Blog, Health Tips|0 Comments

You probably already know that a sports injury can not only affect your performance, but also your lifestyle. Sport may result in injuries, many of which can be prevented. Whether you are an elite athlete or a “Sunday walker” sports injuries can be a common and frustrating problem. The good [...]

910, 2014

Prehabilitation

By |October 9, 2014|Categories: Blog, Health Tips|0 Comments

Most people have heard of Rehabilitation, the undertaking of treatment and exercise regime following an injury. Some studies are now showing the effectiveness of undertaking Physiotherapy treatment and an exercise program designed to help reduce symptoms and strengthen a particular body area BEFORE undergoing surgery to repair the injury. This is called Prehabilitation. Injuries [...]

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