Physiotherapy after your baby The process of getting pregnant, going through pregnancy and having a baby is possibly the biggest physical feat a woman could ever experience. But, it’s a HUGE event and a massive challenge on the body — both the outside, inside and mental aspects as well. The early weeks and months following
This question is the reason why it can always be helpful to have your physio assess your ‘nerve pain’. True nerve pain is actually far less common than we think. True nerve pain also often far less serious than we think. Yes, there are instances where nerve pain can be serious which is all the
Hitting the slopes this winter? Most of you are excited to hit the slopes and are looking forward to it, but you need to ask yourself… is your body ready for it? You may have all the right gear for the snow. BUT because skiing and snowboarding is something we rarely practice on a consistent
Frozen Shoulder, also known as, Adhesive Capsulitis Adhesive capsulitis, more commonly known as frozen shoulder, is somewhat of an enigma in the medical world, as it has no known underlying cause. It is a condition that occurs only in the shoulder and usually has an insidious onset, that is, there is no mechanism of injury
Many of us have had lower back pain, usually lasting for a short period and managed with rest and Physiotherapy treatment. Whether it be your sporting team or yourself, it is important to use periodisation. Although this is a very large topic to cover, the basics are discussed here.
When planning a training year for your athlete, sporting team or yourself, it is important to use periodisation. Although this is a very large topic to cover, the basics are discussed here. Periodisation assists in planning the long-term order and structure of the training year. The aim is to ensure the athlete achieves peak physical condition
Have you ever rolled your ankle? Well who hasn’t? Rolled it more than once? Probably. Ankle sprains are common, they account for up to 34% of all sporting injuries and about 80% of all ankle injuries. Most ankle sprains are mild, so the common treatment thought can be “walk it off, it’ll be ‘right”. This
Plantar Fasciitis is a common overuse conditions of the foot that accounts for up to 15% of foot and ankle conditions seen by Health Professionals. The Plantar Fascia is the strong fibrous tendon made from collagen that attaches from the bottom of your heel to the balls of your feet, and is important in the mechanics of walking, running, jumping, and landing.