Osteoarthritis

One of the most common complaints we treat with physiotherapy on a day-to-day basis is osteoarthritis. It is a condition that affects the joints of the body – usually on…

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Strengthening Exercises

Athletes regularly perform exercises to maintain or improve strength. However, they are not the only ones who can benefit from strengthening exercises. If you are recovering from some illness, muscle…

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Soft Tissue Therapy

Soft tissue consists of the fascia, connective tissues, muscles, tendons, fat and organs that lie beneath the skin. When these become injured pain and decreased function are the result. Soft…

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Kinesiotaping

Kinesiotaping is a modern and innovative approach to taping, developed 30 years ago.  Kinesiotaping uses a dynamic (instead of rigid tape) allowing properly trained practitioners to accelerate recovery by promoting…

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Musculoskeletal Problems

As physiotherapists, we treat a number of musculoskeletal conditions – a broad term that encompasses damage to bones, muscles, ligaments, tendons and nerves. Because these conditions are so wide ranging,…

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Joint Mobilisation

When joints become dysfunctional as a result of trauma, overuse or disuse, they are unable to perform the movements for which they were designed. Joint mobilisation is a technique physiotherapists…

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