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Such A Pain In The Knee

Patellofemoral pain, or knee cap pain, is the most common cause of pain that physiotherapists see. This can strike anyone but is most common in women and people who have recently increased certain activities such as running and jumping. If you have recently taken up running or joined an exercise class that requires a lot… [more]

Pelvic What??

Pelvic girdle pain refers to pain that is present at the back, front or sides of the pelvis. Pain is generally dull or sharp in nature and may also be felt over the pubic joint, often referring into the buttocks and groin. This type of pain is most common in pregnancy, and for most women… [more]
To improve your running, the answer isn’t just more miles, strength training can be the key to improving running economy, increasing power and preventing injury. In a 2014 study it was shown that strength training in a group of runners had a number of positive effects. These included: – Increasing anaerobic power to help maintain… [more]
If you are playing sport or competing in an event and suffer an injury, you want to get back to your peak performance as soon as possible. Following an injury, it is extremely important to consider what fuel you are putting into your body for the best possible recovery. Inflammation is the body’s response to… [more]
Physiotherapy might not be the first allied health service you think of when you think of cancer treatment, but it can be a powerful and important adjunct to traditional treatment. There is a growing evidence base that supports the physiological and psychological benefits of physiotherapy in cancer treatment. Cancer survival rates have significantly improved in… [more]
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