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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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What does a Women’s Health and Continence Physiotherapist do? – Part 1

What does a Women’s Health and Continence Physiotherapist do? – Part 1

We get this question a lot! A Continence and Women’s Health Physiotherapist is a fully qualified Physiotherapist who has also done extra study (Clinical Masters) to specialize in Continence and Women’s Health. This means they specialize  in treating conditions specific to the pelvis (pelvis, lower back, bladder, bowel, Pelvic Floor muscles). Our Bicton Physiotherapist 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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Tennis Elbow and Central Sensitisation

Tennis Elbow and Central Sensitisation

Tennis Elbow (Lateral Epicondyalgia) and Central Sensitisation I have pain in my elbow, so why is my Physiotherapist treating my neck? This may be a common question that goes through a patient’s mind when seeing a Physiotherapist for elbow pain. Let us assure you that your Physiotherapist does know what they are doing and they […]

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Physiotherapists can restore your health!

Physiotherapists and your health! Physical problems that are caused by a work or sports related injury, a disease, aging, periods of limited activity, or illness that can lead to limited mobility. The best option to restore movement to any individual is a process known as physiotherapy. This is the same as undergoing physical therapy. The […]

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What is Physiotherapy?

What is Physiotherapy? When physiotherapy was first introduced into the medical community in the early 19th century, it was first regarded as nothing more than a vanity treatment and nothing to take seriously. Rather than depending on medicine and surgery, early physiotherapy practices relied on the application of heat, electrical stimulation and water-based movement techniques […]

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