With early intervention, physiotherapy can help you build strength and flexibility to recover from injury and reduce the risk of further problems. Read more for workplace injury prevention tips.
Beating headaches and migraines depends on correctly diagnosing and treating the cause. Check out our blog post to learn how The Brisbane Spine Clinic may help you diagnose and treat the cause of your headache symptoms.
If our spines are strong and built to lift and carry heavy loads, then why do we experience pain? There are a few potential reasons for this. Read more about heavy lifting and back pain, and 3 ways to reduce your risk.
Long distance running has always been a popular sport. These tips will help you last many more miles!
It is a common misconception that elderly people would only benefit from seeing a physiotherapist if it is for rehabilitation to recover from an injury or from surgery. However, a regular check-up by a physiotherapist has many benefits, particularly for people aged 65 and over. Assessment and intervention by a physiotherapist are useful in…
Have you ever caught a glimpse of athletes or people at the gym wearing coloured tape and wondered what it is and why they use it?
It’s called Kinesiology tape and aside from making them look the part, it can be used for an assortment of injuries and conditions, ranging from lower back pain to sports injury prevention.
Do you work a desk job? Are you suffering back pain?
You’re not alone – research shows about one-third of office workers experience lower back problems, with that number rising as more people work from home.
Sport is great for overall fitness but it can lead to injury.
Some sporting injuries can be prevented by warming up properly, using the right gear and the right technique, resting when necessary and following a program of conditioning exercises. Here’s what’s involved.
The meniscus is a C-shaped pad of cartilage inside the knee that absorbs shock and cushions movement. It can tear when you pivot or twist your knee in a game of footie, basketball or tennis. It can also tear in more mundane ways while you’re kneeling, squatting or lifting.
But what’s the best way to treat it? Physiotherapy? Surgery? The right decision depends on a number of factors.
7 common running injuries (and how to prevent them) Running’s great. You don’t need to commit to a gym membership nor invest in an eye-wateringly expensive bike. With running, you just need a good pair of shoes and you’re all set. Running may be the ultimate lockdown-friendly exercise choice, taking you out into the fresh…