Acute pain versus Chronic Pain

Acute pain versus Chronic Pain

Acute pain versus Chronic Pain
  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

Acute Back Pain – Physiotherapy Tips

Acute Back Pain – Physiotherapy Tips
Back pain and back problems are the third leading cause of disease burden in Australia. (Medibank Health Index)   Nearly one in two Aussies (40.9%) experience back pain, affecting wom

Chronic Pain: a symptom or a disease?

Chronic Pain: a symptom or a disease?
Posted by Helen Potter on 12 June 2017 | Filed under Chronic Pain, In Touch Physiotherapy, Pain, Physiotherapy
 No-one should suffer from pain As a Specialist Physiotherapist, my aim is to empower you with information on how to experience less pain, reduce your suffering, and regain an activ

Rheumatoid-Psoriatic-Arthritis

Rheumatoid-Psoriatic-Arthritis
Posted by Helen Potter on 11 June 2017 | Filed under Pain, Physiotherapy
  Rheumatoid -Psoriatic-Arthritis Education and Management Course At the Arthritis and Diabetes Foundation Perth WA. This 6-week program is specifically for people with

Advanced scope care physiotherapy

Advanced scope care physiotherapy
Posted by Helen Potter on 11 June 2017 | Filed under Back and Neck Care, Physiotherapy
Perth’s Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital in Western Australia has launched the state’s first advanced scope care by physiotherapists for a rheumatology screening clinic.
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