Category : Acute Back Pain

Hip Muscles – Gluts and Piriformis

Hip Muscles – Gluts and Piriformis
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 January 2018 | Filed under Acute Back Pain, Back Treatment, Chronic Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain
 Hip Muscles: The Gluts and Piriformis Muscles (modified from teach me anatomy site 2018) The gluteal region is at the back of your pelvis, at the top end of the femur. TThis

What do you as a client want from your consultation?

What do you as a client want from your consultation?
Posted by Helen Potter on 22 October 2017 | Filed under Acute Back Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy
Recent research asked this question. Participants completed a survey assessing how important five aspects of physiotherapy care were in their initial decision to present to a primary care

What a Physiotherapist does (Video)

What a Physiotherapist does (Video)
What Physiotherapists do for your health While we know that physiotherapy is much more than simply massaging sore muscles, many people do not. That’s why we developed this narrative

Managing back pain – Dr Jo Kosterich

Managing back pain – Dr Jo Kosterich
Posted by Helen Potter on 28 July 2017 | Filed under Acute Back Pain, Back and Neck Care, Back Treatment
Simple treatments for lower back pain What can you do at home? You can put a hot pack on your back, maybe rub in a little bit of some liniment type rub, maybe get somebody to give you a li

Acute pain versus Chronic Pain

Acute pain versus Chronic Pain
Posted by Helen Potter on 19 June 2017 | Filed under Acute Back Pain, Back Treatment, In Touch Physiotherapy, Tips
  Acute pain Acute pain does not last very long (usually days or weeks) and generally disappears quickly as any damaged body tissue recovers and heals. Acute pain is general
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