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Women with pelvic pain

Great Trochanter Bursitis: What Is It & Could You Have It?

May 7, 2019 5:31 am Published by Comments Off on Great Trochanter Bursitis: What Is It & Could You Have It?

Do you suffer from hip pain when laying on your side? Read on to find out more… What is Greater Trochanter Bursitis (side hip pain)? Okay, let’s break this down. There is a part of your hip called the Greater...


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Tennis Elbow

March 12, 2018 1:40 am Published by Comments Off on Tennis Elbow

What is tennis elbow? Tennis elbow, clinically known as “lateral epicondylagia”, is a pain experienced into the outer side of the elbow due to overuse of the muscles that extend the wrist and fingers. These muscles are located in the...


PINC program

PINC Program

February 21, 2018 12:46 am Published by Comments Off on PINC Program

WHY CANCER REHABILITATION? Helping people thrive after a cancer diagnosis Being disease free – does not necessarily mean being free of your disease. Why is exercise important for cancer patients? Cancer treatment and its side-effects can affect your ability to...


Occupational Health

Why Choose Physiotherapy?

October 26, 2017 2:29 am Published by Comments Off on Why Choose Physiotherapy?

Many patients ask me “Do I need to have Physio on a regular basis?” There is no simple yes or no answer to this question – with healthcare, decisions always need to be made according to the patient’s unique and...


Children

Growing pains ARE real!

October 26, 2017 2:09 am Published by Comments Off on Growing pains ARE real!

Does your child complain of knee or heel pain, especially after running or sport? Have they recently had a growth spurt? Then he/she may be suffering from one of a range of conditions which are related to growing (e.g. Osgood...


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OSTEOPOROSIS—ARE YOU AT RISK?

October 20, 2017 8:00 am Published by Comments Off on OSTEOPOROSIS—ARE YOU AT RISK?

Osteoporosis, commonly called “thinning of the bones”, is a condition where the bones demineralise faster than new cells are laid down, resulting in weaker bones which eventually may break/fracture. Post-menopausal women are undoubtedly the biggest risk group but men are...