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Persistent Pain- Why is this happening to me?

By | July 6th, 2017|physiotherapy|

Persistent Pain- Why is this happening to me? We can all recognise that pain can often be associated with some sort of tissue damage and inflammatory response.  Such as when you sprain you ankle, there is firstly an inflammatory response which can contribute to pain sensitive chemicals and swelling.  This inflammatory response is an essential [...]

Understanding “The Core”: Myths and Misconceptions

By | July 6th, 2017|physiotherapy|

Understanding the Core: Myths and misconceptions “I have a lower back problem, it’s because of my weak core and I need some exercises to strengthen it”. A statement I hear on a regular basis as I treat patients with lumbar-pelvic pain. Rumour on the street is that a strong core is the ‘cure-all’ for back [...]

My Sacrum Is Out! A fresh look at medical terminology and the effect of language and words

By | May 1st, 2017|physiotherapy|

A fresh look at medical terminology and the effect of language and words! There has been a lot of media attention on Tiger Woods, his injuries and more recently, the language and teed to describe his injuries. His sacrum “went out” has been a widely used term or description of his injuries, with USA today [...]

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