Unfortunately as Physiotherapists we are sometimes expected to be miracle workers or one treatment wonders!
17/5/2017, James Coller. PPS Physiotherapy, Physiotherapist
Have you ever rolled your ankle?
Do you have feelings of chronic instability?
Have you rolled your ankle more than once over the past couple of years?
Most of you would answer yes to one if not all of the above questions! So why are these types of injuries so common and why is it common to repeatedly sprain the same ankle in a relatively short period of time.
We are currently a team of 4 physiotherapists across 2 clinics and the King’s school. You can lean more about our team members under the ‘About Us’ tab but here is some more information about how we got to where we are today and the things we like to do outside of work hours.
20/3/17, Kimberley Cochrane (Bach of Physiotherapy, First Class Hons)
Physio’s are kind and caring people and we love to see our patients getting better. At the end of the day, it’s why we chose a career in physiotherapy. However, we occasionally get frustrated too! We have put together a list of our top 10 things we would really love you to know that will help you get better much quicker or prevent injuries occurring in the first place.
February, Monday 27th 2017 by Grant Burton Master of Physiotherapy; B.Ex.Sci
Has your lower back ever been sore while you’re sitting in your office chair at work?
Has your lower back ever been sore while you’re sitting on your super comfy couch at home whilst watching TV?
Have you ever had lower back pain after a day of vacuuming your house, making your bed, or even doing some of the weekly gardening?
January 21, 2017 by Grant Burton Master of Physiotherapy; B.Ex.Sci
Between 19.4 to 79.3 percent of runners suffer from knee pain, making it one of the most common lower extremity injuries (1). When we suffer from knee pain one of the most common options for treatment is physiotherapy. Physiotherapists are trained to assess, examine, diagnose and treat knee pain to help patients return to running – efficiently and safely.