Stroke Physiotherapy Achieves Stroke Rehabilitation

A stroke happens when an area of the brain is clotted or bursts or ruptures. Patients who have suffered from a stroke often feel helpless about their situation. Rehabilitation can be a lot of work…

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2 Heel Conditions: Plantar Fasciitis, Achilles Tendinothapy

Did you know that 80% of all heel pain stems from two common causes of heel conditions? Plantar Fasciitis and Achilles Tendinothapy are hugely common problems that affect a significant number of Australians. These can…

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Osteoarthritis of the Knee – What is it, How is it Treated?

Knee pain is a common complaint treated by physiotherapists in Australia, so if you struggle with stairs or find it difficult to walk the dog, rest assured you are not alone. Knee pain can affect…

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Working From Home Exercises and Working From Home Stretches

With no new cases reported in 12 days, many Australians are returning to work. Many people are still working from home, though. This can be stressful at times and may lead to changes in diet…

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Exercise Can Help Reduce Your Risk of Experiencing a Fall

Falls are one of the most common accidents, particularly amongst those aged 65 and over. Whilst a fall doesn’t always result in serious injury, they can leave you in pain and discomfort for a number…

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What Is Remedial Massage Therapy?

Remedial massage is useful for treating a range of physical problems that affect the muscles, bones, ligaments and tendons. When muscles are damaged, fatigued, tense, cramping or numb, hands-on remedial massage can assess and treat…

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