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Pain Tag

As a physiotherapist, we are highly trained to look out for “red flag” symptoms which could indicate a very serious condition.  These are few and far between, with many physiotherapists never coming across them in their careers. One Saturday I was seeing my last patient and...

Don’t train faster than your bones can rebuild Bones seem very strong and sturdy, and we tend to think of them as robust pillars that make up the scaffolding of our bodies.  People are often surprised to learn that healthy bones are continually breaking down and...

  Financial advisers advise to save regular over time and invest in our future. And our bodies can benefit from profound, seemingly impossible ways over time from minor adjustments in our habits and lifestyle choices. Take for example the following patients’ experiences with physiotherapy: -The 14 year-old rower...

In the beginning, the pinching feeling in the front of my left hip only came on when I crouched too low to the floor.  I had never injured my hip that I could remember, but it sure wasn’t happy to let me squat down to...

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...

Physiotherapy is more than just treating the pain, we care about your lifestyle too and will listen to you carefully to help you get back to full fitness as soon as possible ,by assessing what may have caused your injury and how to prevent re-occurrence....