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5 Ways Physiotherapy Can Improve Your Life

5 Ways Physiotherapy can Improve Your Life

Have you been in an accident that leaves you with pain on damp days, or permanent mobility limitations? Are you overweight or advancing in age and notice that you don't move as well or as easily as you used to? Regardless of the reasons why,…

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Neck Pain Treatment @ Functional Health

Neck pain treatment @ Functional Health

Specialists say most neck pain, stiffness and other related symptoms are caused by poor posture or body position which is the way one stands, sits and walks. Chronic neck pain can alternatively also be the cause of poor posture and muscle imbalances. Neck pain, stiffness, and other postural problems are quite common for people of all…

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Spine Health For Over 50’s

Spine health for over 50’s

Things have changed over the last 50 years when it comes to aging. Here are some statistics: Average life expectancy of Australians1: Males: Increased from 68 to 80 years of age Females:…

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Physiotherapy For Spinal Cord Injured Patients

Physiotherapy for Spinal Cord Injured Patients

A spinal cord injury (SCI) is the damage to the spinal cord that often causes permanent or temporary changes in sensation, strength or other body functions below the level of the lesion. Some of the many organs and body functions affected by the SCI are: bladder, bowel, respiratory, cardiovascular and sexual function. However, the most evident consequence of spinal cord injury is paralysis. Any…

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Physiotherapy And Sports Injuries

Physiotherapy and Sports Injuries

Athletes, players, sport competitors commonly suffer sports injuries due to the unpredictable nature of sports, extremely intense training and physical exercises. When that happens they turn to physiotherapy for rehabilitation. Physiotherapy, also called physical therapy, offers help whether the player is having surgery to correct the damage or not. One of the most common sports injury is the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injury.…

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Physiotherapy In Geriatric Rehabilitation

Physiotherapy in Geriatric Rehabilitation

Geriatric physical therapy covers a wide area of problems concerning the elderly. There are many conditions that affect people as they grow older and include but are not limited to the following: arthritis, osteoporosis, cancer, Alzheimer's disease, hip and joint replacement, balance disorders, incontinence, etc. Geriatric physical therapists specialise in providing therapy for such conditions and…

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