Also Known as Nociceptive pain Pain can be a complex topic and there are different types and mechanisms that cause pain. It can be experienced over a short period, acute or longer term over months is classified as more persistent pain. In this article we
What is a frozen shoulder? The shoulder is made of the ball and socket joint which is called the glenohumeral joint and the shoulder blade (scapular). A frozen shoulder affects the ball and socket joint where the joint is encased in a fibrous capsule that
Outside hip pain, a lot of people experience it, but not a lot of people really know the underlying mechanisms behind it… Keep reading this blog to find out more about this!
In the olden days, many jobs required a lot of physical activity and meant that you were standing on your feet for longer periods of the day. Even at school, children did a lot more physical activity throughout the day than today’s generation. As time’s
To get the best results, it is always essential to have an accurate understanding of the condition we are working with and, as a result, an accurate diagnosis of the back pain must be made. To have back pain diagnosed accurately, it is often worthwhile
Physiotherapy is central to the increase of mobility and functional ability of the human body. When physiotherapists treat the lower back, there are a number of considerations in ensuring a condition is diagnosed and treated appropriately.
This blog is focusing on a popular mat based exercise called the side leg lift. There are three exercises within this series, each one just gets a little bit harder. This exercise is great to increase your core and thigh strength. Level 1: Lie on
This blog is focusing on a popular mat based exercise called the breast stroke preps. There are three exercises within this series, each one just gets a little bit harder. They are designed to compensate for the forwardness of life that we have in today’s
Learn how this ‘little’ known historical form of healthcare is fast becoming the new alternative to pills and other physical therapies. Giving quick results that last where other forms of healthcare have not succeeded. If you’ve ever suffered from back pain, neck pain or sciatic
Have you noticed that you’ve been suffering with a deep pain into your buttock region? This might be worse when you sit for long periods of time? You may be suffering with something called piriformis syndrome. Our Sports Therapist Jenie has got three great exercises