Category : Physiotherapy

Keen runner? Learn about foot pronation

Keen runner? Learn about foot pronation
Posted by Helen Potter on 07 September 2017 | Filed under Foot Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Knee pain - Children, Pain, Physiotherapy
Running is a high impact activity, so choosing the right shoe is crucial in helping protect you from heel pain, shin splints and blisters, among other more serious joint issues. So h

Joint replacement surgery

Joint replacement surgery
Preparing for joint replacement surgery 20th April 2017 Written by Sophie Jackson Medibank Surgeons do close to 100,000 joint replacement surgeries in Australia each year

Care of older feet

Care of older feet
Posted by Helen Potter on 04 September 2017 | Filed under Foot Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy
Care of older feet - Written by Emily Smith Podiatrist 2017 Our feet are easy to neglect – but they need some loving care, especially as we get older, podiatrist Emily Smith explain

Sinus Tarsi Syndrome (Lateral Foot Pain)

Sinus Tarsi Syndrome (Lateral Foot Pain)
Posted by Helen Potter on 04 September 2017 | Filed under Foot Pain, Pain, Physiotherapy, Uncategorized
Sinus Tarsi Syndrome - from Physio Pedia 2017 Sinus tarsi syndrome is a foot pathology which may follow a traumatic ankle injury. It may also occur if the p

Build Your Balance – Avoid Falls

Build Your Balance – Avoid Falls
Posted by Helen Potter on 01 September 2017 | Filed under Falls Advice, In Touch Physiotherapy, Physiotherapy, Tips
Build Your Balance - Avoid Falls Build Your Balance looks at the importance of improving and maintaining balance to reduce the risk of falls. The Build Your Balance campaign will run from
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