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What are your Therapeutic Options for Knee Arthritis

Knee pain affects nearly 50% of people over the age of 50, and in 25% of those people it becomes...
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Taking the Pain Out of a Pinched Nerve

Anyone who has ever endured a pinched nerve is well aware of the pain and discomfort that it inevitably causes....
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What are the Advantages of Obtaining a Real-Time Ultrasound Assessment?

There are many physical issues which can be difficult (if not impossible) to accurately diagnose by a physical examination alone...
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Physiotherapy For Hip Bursitis

It is quite common for older individuals to experience a fair amount of hip pain from time to time. This...
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How To Prevent Swimming Injuries

For most people, swimming, whether recreational or competitive, is a safe, efficient form of exercise. Swimming provides a low-impact, supported...
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Could your Head Pain Really Be Neck Pain?
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Could your Head Pain Really Be Neck Pain?

If you’re experiencing pain in the base of your head, temples or above your eyes then there’s a good chance...
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Common Tennis Injuries and How Sports Physiotherapy Can Help
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Common Tennis Injuries and How Sports Physiotherapy Can Help

Even though it is not considered a high-intensity sport, tennis comes with quite a few risks of injury. It is...
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Benefits of Work Related Physiotherapy
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Benefits of Work Related Physiotherapy

Sickness absence is an important economic issue for businesses, with more than 92 million working days being lost due to...
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How Can Sports Physiotherapy Benefit Tennis Players of All Skill Levels?
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How Can Sports Physiotherapy Benefit Tennis Players of All Skill Levels?

There is no doubt that tennis is a high-impact sport. The lower body is subject to numerous jarring and cutting...
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Can Physiotherapy Alleviate Headache Symptoms?
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Can Physiotherapy Alleviate Headache Symptoms?

Headaches are incredibly common, and can be disruptive to your everyday life. They can present in many different ways, with...
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Shockwave Therapy for Tennis Elbow
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Shockwave Therapy for Tennis Elbow

Lateral epicondylitis or tennis elbow is one of the most common lesions of the upper extremity. The incidence of this...
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The Most Common Golf Injuries
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The Most Common Golf Injuries

Golf is a popular sport that has multiple health benefits. Its popularity has also grown due to the fact that...
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Sports Physio Rehabilitation For Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries
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Sports Physio Rehabilitation For Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

An ACL injury is one of the most common injuries of the knee. It happens when the anterior cruciate ligament...
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Activate, Assess and Train More Effectively with Real Time Ultrasound
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Activate, Assess and Train More Effectively with Real Time Ultrasound

Real-time ultrasound imaging (RTUS), also known as ultrasonography, is traditionally and extensively used in medical fields to examine blood vessels,...
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Tips to Avoid Headaches This Holiday Season
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Tips to Avoid Headaches This Holiday Season

Holidays are a special time for friends, family and happy memories. However, those joyful moments can also be quite stressful...
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What Is Scoliosis?
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What Is Scoliosis?

Scoliosis is a condition in which your spine is curved sideways. Your spine may appear to be more "S"- shaped...
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Neck Exercises to Relieve Pain
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Neck Exercises to Relieve Pain

Herniated discs (bulging discs or slipped discs) are most common in people who are early to middle age. They are...
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What Are Cervicogenic Headaches?
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What Are Cervicogenic Headaches?

There are numerous causes of a recurrent headache that often persist for many years. The 3 most common types are...
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Top 7 Tips to Stay Active in Winter
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Top 7 Tips to Stay Active in Winter

During winter, you tend to reduce your exercise as well as your incidental activity. Including stiffness, you might feel weak...
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All that You Need to Know About Cervical Radiculopathy
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All that You Need to Know About Cervical Radiculopathy

Are you experiencing a tingling feeling and numbness in your hand or sometimes even pain that goes down your shoulder...
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