Category : Physiotherapy

Morton’s Neuroma

Morton’s Neuroma
Morton's Neuroma A neuroma is often a benign tumour of a nerve, but can be just a thickening of the tissue that surrounds the digital nerve and  leads to the toes. It usually occu

Physiotherapy for an Ankle Sprain

Physiotherapy for an Ankle Sprain
Posted by Helen Potter on 20 March 2017 | Filed under Blog, In Touch Physiotherapy, Physiotherapy
  What is an Ankle Sprain? A twisting force to the lower leg or foot can cause an ankle sprain - the ligaments on the outside of the ankle are stretched and torn. Risk factors fo

Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis

Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis
Posted by Helen Potter on 20 March 2017 | Filed under Blog, Pain, Physiotherapy
Definition Heel Pain and Plantar Fasciitis are common foot problems that can be very disabling as pain is felt on walking, standing up after sitting, and when getting out of bed. Luckily,

Core Strength Training may aggravate back pain

Core Strength Training may aggravate back pain
Posted by Helen Potter on 16 February 2017 | Filed under Acute Back Pain, Back Treatment, Pain, Physiotherapy
Core strength exercises could make chronic back pain worse Article by: AAP | Last Updated: 11-11-2016 Backs are not weak Back pain is very common; most people will have it onc

The Impact of Whiplash (WAD)

The Impact of Whiplash (WAD)
Posted by Helen Potter on 16 February 2017 | Filed under Brain training, Pain, Physiotherapy, Posture
 Article by: Karen Keast | Last Updated: 16-11-2016 The impact of Whiplash Whiplash is an acceleration-deceleration mechanism of energy transfer to the neck. It’s a p
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