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  • Osgood Schlatters

    Has your teenage child had ongoing knee pain? Is the pain mainly felt at the bony bump below the knee? Have they had to stop playing sport due to the pain? This could be an Osgood-Schlatter lesion, which is an inflammation of the bone where the tendon attaches below the knee.  It’s usually seen during […]

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  • Plantar Fasciitis

    The plantar fascia is a thick band of tissue on the underneath of the foot that runs from the heel to the toes. It helps to support the arch of the foot and provides shock absorption when walking and running. Symptoms are usually experienced when: Waking in the morning Standing for long periods After intense […]

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  • Tennis Elbow

    Tennis elbow is a common condition when the outside of the elbow becomes sore and tender and usually the pain does not spread down the arm. The symptoms appear gradually and they can result in significant pain. It’s most commonly seen in people who are aged between 30 and 50. Causes Most people will have […]

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  • STRETCH OF THE MONTH

    Chin Tuck Stretch This gentle stretch can help alleviate the aches associated with tight muscles around the neck and upper back. This can be done first thing in the morning, as well as during breaks at work to help minimise tightness and decrease the potential of tension related headaches. Gently bend your head forwards with […]

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  • HEADACHES

    The diagnosis of cervical headache is frequently under-diagnosed. Many symptoms are similar to other classifications of headache such as tension headache, migraine, hormonal headache and even cluster headache. There may be clear dietary, environmental or hormonal triggers for the onset of the patient’s headache. However, it is common that these triggers are only active when […]

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  • Stretch of the Month

    Finger Stretch Rubber band exercises are a great way for strengthening the finger extensors muscles; Place a rubber band around your fingers and thumb. Gently spreads your fingers apart as far as possible. Relax your fingers, then repeat 10 times. This can be done on all fingers at once, or between two individual fingers.  

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  • Wrist Pain & Injuries

    The wrist & hand form a precision instrument allowing performance of highly skilled tasks with great power or pinpoint accuracy. Injury to the hand or wrist can deprive us from achieving the most simple of tasks. Wrist pain or injury is common and can usually be successfully diagnosed and treated by your physiotherapist. Wrist pain […]

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  • Avoid Common Christmas Injuries

    With the festive party season in full swing and holidays just around the corner, physios are urging everyone to take extra caution, to stay safe, injury-free and happy this Christmas. The best Christmas present you can yourself and family is; Your Health. Physiotherapists see many common musculoskeletal conditions occurring over the Christmas break as people […]

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  • Towards Wellness

      Silence your phone at night An uninterrupted deep sleep helps your brain process memories, stress, and emotions. It boosts your mood and improves your memory. When you had a deep sleep at night, you will have more energy during the day. Likewise, deep sleep helps rejuvenate your body and repair damaged tissues.

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  • Pre and Post Natal Care

    Common pre-natal and post-natal problems that Physios may treat include: Spinal Pain Pelvic Pain Mastitis Pelvic Floor Weakness Back Pain Abdominal Bulging Carpal Tunnel Post Caesarean Pain Stability Ligament/Muscle Strains The objective of physiotherapy is to gently restore balance to the body through several techniques in a drug-free environment. Some of the treatment techniques we […]

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