Back to Basics: Shoulder
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Shoulders are the most injured joint in your body. This is due to its unique and complex anatomy which gives the shoulder the most range of movement of all the joints in your body. Let’s break it down and simplify … Read More

Back to Basics: Spine
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The spine is a VERY complex part of the body. Here we try to simplify what it is and what can go wrong.  What is it? The spine consists of 4 sections: the cervical spine (the neck), the thoracic spine … Read More

Back to Basics: Knee
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If you have an injury to your knee you know how vital this joint is to moving around everyday. Here we try to simplify what it is and what can go wrong along with debunking some common myths that we … Read More

Vertigo sending you around the twist?
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Written by Maathangi Karunaharan, Physiotherapist Dizziness is a very common symptom we see reported by patients during a physiotherapy consult. There are a number of causes for dizziness and the most common is attributed to vertigo. Today we will be … Read More

Breathing – did you know there’s a knack to it?
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Written by Julie Atkin, Senior Women’s Health Physiotherapist Breathing – why does it matter – besides the obvious? Breathing….. it is the single most important job that our body has to do, all day, every day.  Without it nothing else … Read More

Insane Pain
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We have all encountered it at some point – some more than others. It can be anything from a paper cut to being sliced open with a knife. But interestingly, pain often isn’t experienced if your arm is cut off!  … Read More

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