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CUPPING THERAPY

Cupping therapy is an ancient form of alternative medicine in which a therapist puts special cups on your skin for a few minutes to create suction

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PRENATAL & POST NATAL TRAINING

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FIBROMYALGIA

The management of fibromyalgia is complex, but can be broken down into a number of parts. Treatment tries to help you slowly break the fibromyalgia cycle by addressing each of the points shown in the diagram above.

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TENOSYNOVITIS

Your physiotherapist is the best person to individually advise you how to treat your de Quervain’s tenosynovitis. They can utilise various local modality and soft tissue treatment options to assist your recovery

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PIRIFORMIS SYNDROME

After a thorough assessment of your back, pelvis and hips, your physiotherapist will determine the cause of your pain.

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CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME

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ACHILLES TENDONITIS

Achilles tendonitis is one of the most common problems that we see at PhysioWorks and it is unfortunately an injury that often recurs if you return to sport too quickly

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BRUSITIS

Bursitis symptoms can have other causes as well. If you suspect bursitis, be sure to consult your physiotherapist. It is not uncommon that many

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BELLS PALSY

Often, no treatment is needed. Symptoms often begin to improve right away. However, it may take weeks or even months for the muscles to get stronger,

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ANKYLOSING SPONDYLITIS

Your GP and rheumatologist may prescribe medications to help control the inflammatory part of the disease. As well as seeing your GP or rheumatologist

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HIP & KNEE REPLACEMENT REHABILITATION

Following your surgery, you will have many weeks of physical therapy (PT) to help ease your operated knee back into activity. PT is an integral part of your recovery

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PLANTAR FASCIITIS (HEEL PAIN)

The good news is that plantar fasciitis is reversible and very successfully treated. About 90 percent of people with plantar fasciitis improve significantly within two months of initial treatment.

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TORITCOLLIS

Torticollis treatment include medication, physical devices, botulinum toxin, physical therapy, stretching exercises, and surgery. In most people

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GOLFERS ELBOW

Physiotherapy has been shown to be effective in the short and long-term management of tennis elbow.

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TENNIS ELBOW

Physiotherapy has been shown to be effective in the short and long-term management of tennis elbow

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LIGAMENT INJURIES

Treatment of a ligament injury varies depending on it’s location and severity. Grade I sprains usually heal within a few weeks. Maximal ligament strength will occ

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CLUB FOOT

Treatment for clubfoot usually begins at birth. Treatment in the majority of infants will require both non-surgical treatment and surgery.

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WRIST DROP & FOOT DROP

Treatment for a Wrist Drop solely depends on the cause of the condition. In mild cases of Wrist Drop, just a period of rest along with use of splints

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BRACHIAL PLEXUS INJURY

At onset of injury, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs), early mobilization, and moist heat packs are the favorable methods

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G.B. SYNDROME

GBS disease or Guillain-Barre Syndrome is a disease of the nervous system due to damage to the myelin sheath around nerves. The myelin sheath acts

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QUADRIPLEGIA

Paralysis can be either partial or complete. Paralysis of both the arms and legs has been traditionally been called quadriplegia. Quad comes from

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PARAPLEGIA

Physiotherapy techniques in paraplegia have developed considerably in the last ten years since the proper establishment of spinal units.

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HEMIPLEGIA (PARALYSIS)

Hemiplegia in infants and children is a type of Cerebral Palsy that results from damage to the part (hemisphere) of the brain that controls muscle movements. This damage may occur before, during or shortly after birth.

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MUSCLE & JOINT PAINS

We assess and treat all manner of joint pain and dysfunction. Seeing a physiotherapist is a really good first port of call if you have a problem and many GPs also refer clients to us for a musculo-skeletal assessment and diagnosis.

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FRACTURE REHABILITATION

Most fractured (broken) bones will heal in usually six weeks. But that is only half of the problem.

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SCIATICA (BACK PAIN)

Although sciatica is a relatively common form of low back pain and leg pain, the true meaning of the term is often misunderstood.

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SPONDYLITIS (NECK PAIN)

In spondylosis (spinal osteoathritis), your spinal joints don’t move as well as they used to because of age-related changes in your spine, similar to arthritis. This can make it very painful to move because of decreased mobility within the spine itself.

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RHEUMATOID ARTHRITIS

The rehabilitation management of individuals with rheumatoid arthritis is imperative to decrease the potential long-term disabilities as noted above.

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PERI ARTHRITIS (SHOULDER PAIN)

The shoulder comprises bones, ligaments, tendons, and muscles that connect the arm to the torso. The glenohumeral joint, or shoulder joint, i

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OSTEO ARTHRITIS (KNEE PAIN)

Osteoarthritis is also called degenerative joint disease or degenerative arthritis. It is the most common chronic joint condition.

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SPINAL DISC PROBLEMS

Spinal pain is one of the main reasons why many clients come to see us. There are many structures in the spine that can cause pain or other symptoms

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