Category: Injury Management

Is Your Posture Causing You Pain?

Most people will experience symptoms of tightness, stiffness, aching or pain at some point in their life. Sometimes these symptoms are associated with the tasks we do each day, or the posture we are in when we do them. This article discusses why that is. Most people have an understanding of what posture means, but […]

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Noisy Joints: Do the Noises Mean Something Bad?

Do your knees creak? Does your neck crack? Do your ankles, wrists or hips click? Have you ever wondered if you need to see a Physiotherapist about these noises? Or are noisy joints better ignored? The good news is that in most cases, as long as there are no other symptoms, you don’t need to […]

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What is a Tendinopathy Injury?

Many of us know the feeling. You go for a run after not having exercised for a while. Or you play a game of netball, basketball or touch footy for the first time in years. You feel good at the time but the next morning reality sets in as soon as your feet hit the […]

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Clinical vs Traditional Pilates … What is the Difference?

What is Pilates? Pilates is a form of exercise that utilises a person’s body weight or the resistance of equipment. It combines movement and breath control to improve strength and flexibility. Pilates has become a popular form of exercise over the last decade. You will find classes at most gyms, community centres and physiotherapy clinics. […]

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How We Achieve A Good Patient Outcome at Physiotas

What will it take to achieve the best outcome for my patient? At Physiotas we encourage our therapists to ask this question every time they see a patient. Whether it’s our physiotherapists, exercise physiologists or massage therapists. Why? Because the answer to this question helps you recover faster from your injury. In 2003, Brown University […]

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