Active rehabilitation is an approach that recognises and affirms the key role you play in your own recovery from injury or illness.
There are many ways a physiotherapist can help you manage your pregnancy and the toll it takes on your body. Read more here.
From poor posture and sedentary habits to obesity and repetitive movements, several lifestyle factors can contribute to persistent back pain. Learn how addressing these factors, alongside physiotherapy, could lead to improvements in your spine health and management of pain.
A herniated disc can occur at any level of your spine and can cause some very uncomfortable symptoms. Physiotherapy has the potential to help
We provide physiotherapy for your teen aiming to support their posture and alignment, increase strength and flexibility, avoid and rehabilitate injuries, manage pain and optimise health.
Recovering from a c-section is tough on your abdominal muscles. Learn more about how to exercise after a c-section in our blog.
It’s almost universally known that a strong core means a healthy spine. What is less well known is that in our pursuit of the perfect six-pack, we may be doing more harm than good.
One pregnancy change we often see at The Brisbane Spine Clinic is Diastasis Recti (DR), more commonly known as abdominal separation.
Experiencing dizziness or vertigo can be debilitating. For some, vertigo can affect their ability to function in everyday life. If you’re suffering from regular symptoms of dizziness or vertigo and you’re wondering how we might be able to help, check out our blog article.
A hysterectomy often involves an incision to the pelvic floor. It’ll hopefully improve your quality of life in many ways but, after a period of rest, you need to commit to a sustained program of exercises to strengthen your pelvic floor muscles, which help with continence.
A capable, supportive physiotherapist with a special interest in women’s health can help a great deal in your recovery after a hysterectomy.