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We see many patients presenting with elbow and wrist pain (commonly referred to as RSI). There are many things you can do to help prevent these issues occurring. Make sure your desk is set up well, if possible have an ergonomic assessment to make sure your desk...

As a physiotherapist we spend a lot of time teaching people how to breathe.  This may sound silly, because we breathe all day every day to stay alive, but it is actually very important to breathe well. When we see people who are in a lot of...

Tibialis tendinopathy is frequently mistaken for plantar fasciitis or achilles problems.   Tibialis posterior runs down the inside of the lower leg and attaches at the foot.  It is responsible for assisting with inwards and downwards movement as well as working to maintain the arch of the foot. It...

Piriformis is a muscle that is found in the buttock and plays an important role in hip movement and stability.  It is also a very important area as the sciatic nerve sits very close by and can be irritated by a tight piriformis. Physiotherapists commonly see issues...

Until 1952, when the modern school backpack was designed, most children strapped their books together with leather straps to carry them to school.  Perhaps some of you who are reading this remember those days. Thankfully, these days we are spoiled for choice when it comes to...

Posture varies greatly from person to person and changes throughout the day and with different activities. People are designed to move, therefore, the worst posture is the one you are in for too long! In todays environment, we can spend hours at a computer or staring at...

Repetitive strain injuries or work related upper-limb disorder is pain in the muscles, tendons and nerves in the upper limb. RSI is usually caused by repetitive movements such as typing or using a mouse, poor posture or prolonged periods of time working at high-intensity without rest. Having...

Physiotherapists often hear the phrase “slipped disc” in consultation when seeing patients for back pain or sciatica. The term slipped disc has most certainly fallen out of favour in the physiotherapy world as it is not a specific diagnosis for what is actually going on in...