Posts Tagged Apex Bicton Physiotherapy

When can I play again? Tear, cork or cramp – Physio Bicton

When can I play again? Tear, cork or cramp – Physio Bicton

August is upon us now which is exciting for one reason, winter sporting finals are just around the corner! Whether your sport of choice is football, netball, rugby, hockey or anything in between, injuries at this time of year are as frustrating as the Dockers and Eagles performances of late… This post will explain common […]

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“Text Neck”

“Text Neck”

Does this photo seem familiar? There are millions of people right now looking down at their smartphone or tablet. Do you ever stop to think about what this might be doing to your neck and upper back? At Apex Physiotherapy, we are seeing a huge increase in the amount of neck, upper back, shoulder and […]

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Why Does My Knee Hurt?

Why Does My Knee Hurt?

Are you training for the up and coming HBF run for a reason or City to Surf and knee pain is holding you back? Are you in the early stages of your football or netball season but missing games or playing below your best due to knee pain? Read on further to see how one […]

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What does a Women’s Health and Continence Physiotherapist do? – Part 2

What does a Women’s Health and Continence Physiotherapist do? – Part 2

How does this relate to pregnancy and menopause in women? During pregnancy your Continence and Women’s Health Bicton Physiotherapist can perform a pregnancy assessment and pelvic floor assessment and treat any pregnancy pain such as pelvis pain, sacroiliac joint pain, pubic symphysis pain, back pain and sciatica. Our Continence and Women’s Health Bicton Physio Louise […]

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Shin Splints

Shin Splints

Shin splints are a very common problem for long distance runners or amateur athletes beginning a new season of their chosen sport. Shin splints can be a frustrating, never ending battle throughout your chosen season of sport. Read on to find out what you can do to win the battle with your shin splints.   […]

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Meniscus Injuries

Meniscus Injuries

Knee pain can affect a large range of age groups, ranging from ‘growing’ pains experienced by young people to ‘arthritic’ pain in older persons, and everything in-between.  In this Blog we will examine knee meniscus injuries, what causes them and how to treat these injuries”. What is the Meniscus of the Knee? The meniscus are […]

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