Core Strengthening

Core Strengthening

Building a strong core gives the basis for optimal body functioning. The centre helps bridge the body together, as it gives the association between our lower and upper body. All movements are worked through the core, basically the main impetus and support for the...
Spinal Mobilisation

Spinal Mobilisation

Spinal Mobilisation essentially comprises passive movements which can be delegated physiological. The intention is to give momentary help with discomfort and re-establish pain-free, useful developmental movements by accomplishing a full joint range. Spinal...
Paediatric Physiotherapists

Paediatric Physiotherapists

Paediatric Physiotherapists are developmental movement experts for infants, kids, and young people. A clinical area of physiotherapy experts to further develop a youngster’s development capacities using techniques, for example, training of movement, reinforcing...
Vertebral Compression Fractures

Vertebral Compression Fractures

Vertebral compression fractures are normal in the thoracic and lumbar spine, especially close to the T12-L1 intersection. There might be no injury or a minor injury causing those fractures. Patients with osteoporotic vertebral fractures are at high risk of vertebral...
Back Pain during Pregnancy

Back Pain during Pregnancy

Pregnancy-related low back pain is a typical complaint in 60-70% of pregnancies. It can be characterised as pain between the twelfth rib and the gluteal folds or pubic symphysis throughout pregnancy, conceivably emanating to the posterolateral thigh, the knee, and...
Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Women’s Health Physiotherapy

What is Women’s Health Physiotherapy? Well, physiotherapy “addresses the illnesses or injuries that limit a person’s abilities to move and perform functional activities in their daily lives.” (Wikipedia). It, therefore, follows that...

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