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Ultrasound therapy. Useful or not?

Ultrasound therapy. Useful or not?

Ever been told that you will require ultrasound for your pain? Have you ever thought what it is and whether it might be useful? Read on to find out more!

Is it safe for me to exercise if I have cancer?

Is it safe for me to exercise if I have cancer?

Fatigue and weakness are common side effects of cancer. However, it has been shown that exercise therapy could help to alleviate those symptoms when done safely. Perhaps this article could help provide some helpful insights to managing your symptoms.

What is this pesky pain on the inside of my knee?!

What is this pesky pain on the inside of my knee?!

Been getting that annoying pain on the inside of your knee even though your scans ruled out any serious pathology? Read on to learn more about what it could be and how Physiotherapy can help!

Bankart repairs: Can I return to sport?

Bankart repairs: Can I return to sport?

When should you return to sport after a Bankart repair? Afraid that you may dislocate your shoulder again? DO NOT FRET! Read on to find out more about the milestones that will help guide your rehabilitation after your Bankart repair!

Argh! Where in the HEEL is my pain from?!

Argh! Where in the HEEL is my pain from?!

Calf pain? Heel pain? Achilles tendon pain? Come on! Where in the heel is the pain coming from? It’s probably Achilles Tendinopathy. Used to be known fondly as Achilles Tendinitis, this condition can affect different groups of people.

I have sprained my ankle, so why do I need Physiotherapy?

I have sprained my ankle, so why do I need Physiotherapy?

You have sprained you ankle and you’ve been told or at least you might be wondering if you should do Physiotherapy? Yes! You should do Physiotherapy, so that you will be able to nurse your ankle back to health and return to your activities of daily living quickly!

Tendinopathy

Tendinopathy

Tendinosis, tendinitis, tendinopathy…what are they? What’s the difference between them??