Category : In Touch Physiotherapy

Calf muscle strain

Calf muscle strain
Posted by Helen Potter on 31 August 2017 | Filed under In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain
Calf muscle strain injuries in sport: a systematic review of risk factors for injury. AUGUST 30, 2017 BY SCOTT BUXTON The objectives of this study: to identify risk factors for cal

5 Vaccines All Grandparents Should Get

5 Vaccines All Grandparents Should Get
Posted by Helen Potter on 31 August 2017 | Filed under In Touch Physiotherapy
Protection for You & Your Grandchildren By Robyn Correll, MPH | Reviewed by a board-certified physician Updated August 17, 2017 While people of all ages get sick, ol

Exercise for headache: Resistance program reduces frequency of headache

Exercise for headache: Resistance program reduces frequency of headache
Posted by Helen Potter on 25 August 2017 | Filed under In Touch Physiotherapy
"Effect of resistance training exercise on adult headache: C.H. Andersen et al. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.msksp.2017.08.003" Exercise for headache One hour w

Knee Pain – Children – Physiotherapy

Knee Pain – Children – Physiotherapy
Posted by Helen Potter on 02 August 2017 | Filed under In Touch Physiotherapy, Knee pain - Children, Pain, Physiotherapy
Knee Pain - Children  Knee pain is a common problem in children and adolescents. Pain arises from different underlying pathologies in children. In adults, the majority of the pain rel

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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