Monthly Archives: January 2015
Pelvic stability exercises and tests for runners to do at home
Sat,Jan 24, 2015 at 12:53PM by Kirsten Wilkes
Importance of pelvic stability for runners Increasing daily physical activity is one of the top New Year’s resolutions year after year. As a physiotherapist it is always great to see people getting more active and moving their bodies in different ways, however this is often a time when new injuries occur. Running is a complex…..
Vestibular physiotherapy treatment for balance, dizziness and vertigo issues
Thu,Jan 22, 2015 at 05:36PM by Douglas Wilson
Is it me, or is the room moving? Chances are, it could be you. There are many causes for dizziness and balance complaints, and one of these you may be experiencing is some form of vestibular disorder. One study reports that as many as 35% of adults over 40 years have experienced some form of…..
Physiotherapy for shoulder impingements
Wed,Jan 14, 2015 at 02:44PM by Douglas Wilson
Shoulder impingement – causes and treatments Does your shoulder often feel weak, swollen and painful, particularly when you’re performing overhead activities such as tennis, swimming, cricket or even putting things on high shelves? The cause of your discomfort could be a shoulder impingement, so it’s important that you seek an appropriate treatment such as shoulder…..