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Calf Pain

Calf Pain

Calf Pain Calf pain is a common complaint. You can get it whether you are a keen runner or just busy on your feet all day. Read more to find out how our Bicton physiotherapist can find out what is causing your pain - and how to stop it. Anatomy of the calf We know the […]

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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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Osteoarthritis and Physiotherapy

Osteoarthritis and Physiotherapy

Osteoarthritis of the knee and Exercise   For years there has been common thought, among sufferers and health professionals alike, that osteoarthritis (OA) is an irreversible disease process that you just have to learn to “deal with.” “Wrap yourself in cotton wool” and “try not to overdo it” were common mantras in consults between clients […]

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Stabilising Muscles of the Lower Back

Stabilising Muscles of the Lower Back

Stabilising Muscles of the Lower Back Recovering from lower back pain requires rehabilitation of the deep stabilising muscles of the lower back. These muscles provide protection and support for this region by producing a corset-like bracing effect during spinal movement. These muscles also provide shock absorption to prevent jerking or jolting of the spine. Following […]

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Physiotherapy for Patellofemoral Joint Syndrome

Physiotherapy for Patellofemoral Joint Syndrome

Patellofemoral Joint Syndrome What is the Patellofemoral Joint Syndrome? Knee pain is a very common musculoskeletal problem in our society and the most common cause of this pain comes from the Patellofemoral joint (knee cap joint). Normally the knee cap glides smoothly on the front of the thigh bone. When the patella glides incorrectly the […]

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