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Headaches Can Be A Pain In The Neck

Headaches are one of the most difficult conditions in general practice. They are often the most disabling and limiting of conditions most people experience.

Category: Head

Headaches: Research Into Treatment

Evidence Based Management of Cervicogenic Headaches shows that Manual Therapy and Specific Exercises are beneficial for Cervicogenic Headaches.

Category: Head

Heel Pain

Heel pain is one of the most common foot injuries assessed, diagnosed and treated by a Podiatrists, Physiotherapists and Sports Medicine Doctors.

Hip Impingement

The hip joint is formed by the head of the femur (thigh bone) and the acetabulum of the pelvis (a concave dome shaped area in the pelvic bone).

Category: Hip and groin

Hip Osteoarthritis

This condition refers to degeneration of the hip joint surfaces and often a loss of space between the hip and pelvic bones.

Category: Hip and groin

Hip Pain In Adolescents And Children

Hip pain, in children can have a number of causes such as irritable hip, a slipped upper femoral epiphysis (SUFE) or Perthes disease.

Category: Hip and groin

How A Dietitian Can Help You

Food and nutrition is prone to many fads, myths and misconceptions which a dietitian can verify. You will benefit from a dietary assessment to ensure that you are eating correctly.

Category: Other

Hydrotherapy For Hips And Knees

In 2009 Gill et al found that land based and pool based exercise can improve both pain and physical function in patients with OA of the hip or knee.

Category: Hip and groin

Hydrotherapy For Hips And Knees

A recent review of Literature and research into the effects of Hydrotherapy in Hip and Knee pain found the following:

Category: Knee

I Think I Have Done My Knee

With netball, and all the football codes commencing their seasons, you are sure to have patients limp in saying “I THINK I’VE DONE MY KNEE!”

Category: Knee

Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome

The iliotibial band (ITB) is a thick strip of fibrous tissue that passes down the outside of the thigh and attaches just below the outside of the knee.

Category: Knee

Iliotibial Band Friction Syndrome 2

The iliotibial band is a strong band of connective tissue that runs from the hip region on the outside of the thigh and attaches onto the outside part of the shin bone.

Category: Knee

Incontinence

It may surprise you that approximately one in four Australians, over the age of 15, suffer from bladder leakage, also known as urinary incontinence – that equates to nearly 5 million of us!

Category: Other

Incontinence

It may surprise you that approximately one in four Australians, over the age of 15, suffer from bladder leakage, also known as urinary incontinence – that equates to nearly 5 million of us!

Category: Hip and groin

Keeping People On Their Feet

There is a wide variety of problems that can occur in a patients feet. Problems can include Corns and Calluses, Toe Nail Problems, arch and heel pain, pain in the ball of the foot, Claw and Hammer Toes, or even Tendonitis.

Category: Other

Knee Osteoarthritis

This condition refers to degeneration of the knee joint surfaces and often a loss of space between the thigh and shin bones.

Category: Knee

Lifting And Lower Back Pain

Low back pain is an extremely common complaint in our society today with up to 80% of the population suffering some form of lower back pain in their lifetime.

Category: Lower back

Low Back Pain

A staggering 80-90% of the population experience low back pain at some point during their lifetime.

Category: Lower back

Lower Limb Stretches

These exercises are designed to improve and maintain the length and mobility of your lower limbs and prevent further injury. Please ask your physiotherapist if you are unsure if you are doing these exercises correctly, or if you feel pain or extreme discomfort while doing any of these exercises. https://static1.squarespace.com/static/580480993e00be5b9aa4e543/t/5891dcebcd0f6804781b0463/1485954292765/SDP-LowerLimbStretches.pdf

Category: Other

Lumbar Disc Pathology

In between each of the five lumbar vertebrae (bones) is a disc, a tough fibrous shock-absorbing pad. The disc is a combination of strong connective tissues which hold one vertebra to the next, and acts as a cushion between the vertebrae.

Category: Lower back