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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]

Side To Side Hip Pain

What is Lateral Hip Pain? This can be referred to as trochanteric bursitis, it is now known to be more likely a secondary pathology related to gluteal tendinopathy (tendon irritability), most commonly the glute medius region. Lateral hip pain can also commonly present with lumbar (low back) spine issues and hip osteoarthritis. Contributing factors to… [more]

A Pain In The Neck

Neck muscle function is one aspect that could be contributing to cervical pain. Here is a small snap shop of what could be happening throughout your neck, shoulder girdle muscle complex. – The one everyone generally knows is deep neck flexor activation, this muscle is important for stabilizing the head during certain movements and with… [more]

Post Surgery Success

After surgery prescribed exercises are given by a physiotherapist to improve a patient’s mobility and strength, which gives them every chance of a successful recovery. A huge emphasis is placed on patients too regularly complete their exercises, whether that is at home, work or at the gym. However this seems not to be the case,… [more]

It’s Not Just Physical

Your spinal pain can be greatly influenced by many factors, rather than just the injury itself. You often see how some people can have the exact same injury but one recovers a lot quicker than the other, this is where psychological factors, not just physical factors play a role. Length of the injury- generally anything… [more]
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