Foot drop physiotherapy
Foot drop, sometimes called drop foot, is a medical term to explain difficulty lifting the front part of the foot to walk or move.
De quervain's tenosynovitis
De Quervain's tenosynovitis is also commonly known as washerwoman's sprain, mummy thumb, or blackberry thumb.
Radial nerve palsy hand therapy
What is radial nerve palsy hand therapy?
Hip labral tear physiotherapy
Hip labral tears happens when the labrum, which is a band of cartilage surrounding the hip joint, is injured.
Knee meniscal tear physiotherapy
Meniscal tears can often be managed without surgery.
Bankart lesion physiotherapy
A Bankart lesion typically happens when the shoulder dislocates anteriorly (forwards), and this damages the lower part of the cartilage that lines the shoulder socket.
Edema Swelling Therapy
Edema and swelling is our body's natural way of healing an injury. When a part gets injured, the body sends its natural repair workers through fluids to fix it.
Extensor tendon injury hand therapy
Our extensor tendons are located on the back side of the hand, and are visible especially when the fingers are clawed.
Sprained your ankle again?
Does it seem as though you always tend to roll the same ankle and it seems looser than the other? Ever wondered if perhaps there is a way to change that?
Physiotherapy and rehab with Phoenix may be covered by your health insurance
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Upper arm pain physiotherapy
Upper arm pain refers to pain that is felt anywhere from just below the shoulder joint to just above the elbow (the entire upper arm area).
Spinal pain physiotherapy
Up to six out of ten adults suffer from spinal pain every year.