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Back pain is one of the most common diagnoses treated by physiotherapists.  The complex shape and structure of the joints in the spine dictate how our backs are able to move.  Planes of movements and the degrees of normal motion at each joint are studied...

What is a trapped/pinched nerve? Nerves typically become irritated either by being overstretched or compressed. A ‘pinched’ or ‘trapped’ nerve refers to a nerve that has become compressed. Disc bulges frequently cause nerve compression because the bulge in the disc can narrow the space where the...

What is a Frozen Shoulder? The shoulder ‘capsule’ is the name given to the connective tissue which holds the ball and socket of the shoulder together. Frozen shoulder (or ‘adhesive capsulitis’) is the term used to describe a tightening of the connective tissue which limits the...

What is sciatica? The sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the body. It originates from the lower back and travels down the buttock and back of the leg to the foot. Sciatica refers to symptoms of tingling, numbness, pain or weakness which originate from...

Urinary or stress incontinence is incredibly common across the world. And you don't have to suffer. Our Women's Health Physio Tara Lawson is very  qualified to talk with you. Not only a Physiotherapist but a mother herself. She understands the embarrassment and will advise and treat...

What is Sciatica?  'Sciatica' is an umbrella term describing radiating pain that can span from your lower back down to the top of your calf. It is an irritation of the long nerve that runs between your hamstrings and has many possible causes including back injury,...

We had an interesting talk from Patrick McKenna about the development of spinal surgery techniques. The Physiotherapists and visitors found it very informative and it helps to understand what what will be happening to you if you are referred to our surgical colleagues. Not too...

Feeling less that perfect? Could your diet and environment be contributing to your lack of energy? What toxins or parasites are affecting your body? Is your body depleted of nutrients? In just 3 minutes this video explains how a 15 minute hair test can help you...