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Knee Pain

Knee Pain

Knee pain is the most common musculoskeletal complaint that brings people to their Physio. With today’s increasingly active society, the number of knee problems is increasing. Knee pain has a wide variety of specific causes and treatments. The knee joint’s main function is to bend, straighten, and bear the weight of the body, along withRead More…

Wrist Pain & Injuries

Wrist Pain & Injuries

Wrist Pain & Injuries – Physio Clinic Newsletter 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 successfullyRead More…

Back at Work

Back at Work

Back at work? It’s easy to get lost in our workdays. Meetings, deadlines, and a full inbox can really take a toll on our mental health. It’s important to remind yourself to breathe and practice a simple breathing exercise of 5 second inhales and 8 second exhales. Practice this for just five minutes a dayRead More…

De Quervain’s Tendonitis

De Quervain’s Tendonitis

De Quervain’s Tendonitis is an overuse injury like many other tendon injuries. Continuous gripping, pinching, squeezing or wringing motions can lead to this condition. Pain in the thumb and lateral wrist, over the radius, especially during use, is common with this injury. This syndrome is more common in women than in men. Physiotherapy Treatment forRead More…

Pilates Classes

Pilates Classes

Clinical Pilates group training will commence Tues 10th Jan @ 1.00pm. Sessions run for 60min, run by physiotherapist Joshua Hayter. Every Tues & Thurs @ 1.00pm Classes will by added according to demand. Claimable through health funds. Numbers limited to 4 per group Suits all ages, needs and conditions. Please enquire soon as there isRead More…

Listen to your body

Listen to your body

Whenever working out or doing any type of physical activity (gardening, hiking, household chores, etc.) stay tuned in to your body and how it feels. If you have an existing injury, take it seriously. Bottom line: If it hurts or doesn’t feel right, stop, and contact us.

Blocked Ducts and Mastitis

Blocked Ducts and Mastitis

Blocked ducts can occur whenever there is excessive compression of the ducts and restriction of milk flow. As the ducts are easily compressed, the compression does not need to be strong at all. The restricted milk can then ‘set’ and block the ducts. Any obstruction to normal breast drainage can be a factor in aRead More…

Back Pain

Back Pain

Back pain is a musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) which also consists of neck discomfort and repetitive strain injury (RSI). Musculoskeletal disorders are a primary cause of people being off ill from work. Back pain has a wide variety of causes, from lifting a heavy parcel incorrectly to investing too long in one position. Feeling extremely nervousRead More…

Arthritis

Arthritis

Arthritis is a major cause of disability and handicap in Australia affecting people of all ages and walks of life. Arthritis is not a single condition. Arthritis literally means inflammation of the joint.There are over 150 kinds of arthritis, all of which affect one or more joints in the body. The most common types ofRead More…

Ankle Pain and Knee Pain

The ankle and knee are made up of complex joints. Such joints are very much affected by the way you walk and by the posture of your foot. If you are experiencing pain in your ankle and/or knee, the following biomechanical structures may be identified as the probable contributory factors: Position of the hip andRead More…

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