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Tennis Elbow

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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…

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PINC Program

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…

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Why Choose Physiotherapy?

Occupational Health
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…

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Growing pains ARE real!

Children
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?

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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…

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse: What is it and could I have it?

A woman placing her hands on her stomach
Did you know that 75_% of women will develop some degree of pelvic organ prolapse during their lifetime? Just another one of the joys of being a woman! But what exactly is prolapse? The pelvic cavity holds the bladder, uterus…

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