Collar bone pain physiotherapy
Collar bone (medically termed as "clavicle") pain is a common problem and can be caused and aggravated by a number of different problems.
Shoulder dislocation and subluxation physiotherapy
Shoulder dislocation and subluxation injuries refers to injuries where the humeral bone (the single long bone of your arm) dislocates or subluxes out of its socket.
Locking knee physiotherapy
‘Locking knee’ is a fairly common complaint by athletes who have twisted their knees in sports like basketball, netball, soccer or badminton.
Brachial neuritis physiotherapy
Brachial neuritis refers to a rare condition where there is inflammation of the group of nerves that control our shoulder, arm and hand, collectively known as the brachial plexus.
Radio-humeral joint synovitis elbow pain physiotherapy
What is radiohumeral synovitis?
Sacroiliitis and SI joint pain
Painful inflammation of our sacro-iliac joint can be a symptom of a range of inflammatory conditions.
Nerve stretches physiotherapy
You may have heard about stretching your muscles when your muscles are sore and tight, but have you heard about nerve stretching?
Volar plate ligament injury of the finger hand therapy
The volar plate is a ligament on the palm side of the finger, made of tough tissue connecting the finger bones together for stability.
Golf wrist injuries and hand physiotherapy
The majority of golf injuries are overuse injuries of the wrist.
Elbow lateral collateral ligament tear / strain physiotherapy
Elbow lateral collateral ligament (LCL) strains or tears are those that damage the soft tissue in our elbow's lateral collateral ligament complex (LCLC).
Extracorporal Shockwave Therapy (ESWT)
Shockwave therapy treatment is non-invasive and produces an inflammatory response, which will increase metabolic activity around the site of pain.
Can I use heating pads after a workout?
The use of heating pads after a workout is a topic of hot debate, although most people recommend it as long as there is no swelling.