Icing an Injury – Is it Wise?

One of the most common remedies for pain and inflammation has been to apply ice, but recent evidence and debate suggests that this may delay recovery.  If you have recently suffered an injury involving a…

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Diagnosis and Treatment of Tennis Elbow

Elbow pain is a common complaint amongst both athletes and the general population. Lateral epicondylitis (commonly known as tennis elbow) is a degenerative disorder which can be particularly uncomfortable and prevent you from participating in…

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The Benefits of In-Home Physiotherapy for Shoulder Injuries

The shoulder joint is the most mobile joint in the human body, and it plays an important role in our everyday lives. Because it relies on numerous ligaments, muscles and tendons to function correctly, it…

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Exercise for Osteoporosis

Those who have been diagnosed with osteoporosis can benefit from staying active, with regular exercise having been shown to improve bone density. Whilst peak bone density is typically reached by around the age of 25,…

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Physio Treatment for Sciatica

Around one in six Australian’s suffer from lower back pain and sciatica. Left untreated, these conditions can limit your mobility and adversely affect your quality of life. Whilst some individuals only experience low level discomfort,…

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Physiotherapy for People who have Suffered a Workplace Injury

Workplace injuries are common throughout the world, even despite strict workplace health and safety regulations. In Australia alone, 107,355 serious claims were lodged in the 2014-15 financial year. Accidents are particularly common in the construction…

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