Pain Management

Frozen Shoulder: Symptoms and Physiotherapy Treatment

Frozen shoulder, or its medical name adhesive capsulitis, is a common condition that occurs in the general population. It happens when the connective tissue (ligaments, tendons, and muscles) in the shoulder joint gradually become stiffer over time. It is more common in women than men, and in the age group 40-70 years. Frozen shoulder can… Continue reading Frozen Shoulder: Symptoms and Physiotherapy Treatment

Runner suffering from plantar fasciitis
Pain Management

Best exercises for plantar fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis can be a stubborn and painful injury to resolve. It can significantly impact on your hobbies and day-to-day activities. However, with the right advice and exercises for plantar fasciitis you can prevent it from happening or significantly reduce your pain. In the first instance, a tailored treatment plan is best so book in… Continue reading Best exercises for plantar fasciitis

Physio advice on relieving shoulder pain
Pain Management, Sports Performance

Top three Physiotherapy exercises for a rotator cuff injury

The rotator cuff is a very versatile joint and is made of up four different muscles. These muscles are the infraspinatus, supraspinatus, teres minor, and subscapularis. They originate from the shoulder blade on your back and wrap around to the top of the shoulder. The shoulder joint is very shallow. Strong and stable rotator cuff… Continue reading Top three Physiotherapy exercises for a rotator cuff injury

Physiotherapy exercises after a stroke
Pain Management

How physiotherapy helps stroke patients

A stroke can be debilitating, frightening, and can take away your independence. Getting the right physiotherapy advice and exercises as soon as possible following stroke is essential. The good news is that improvements can occur significantly and quickly with the majority of the improvements seen in the first 6 months after a stroke. With further… Continue reading How physiotherapy helps stroke patients

Exercises for groin strain
Pain Management, Sports Performance

The best exercises for a groin strain

Getting the correct diagnosis is key for anyone with pain in the groin region. Groin injuries can be complex and are generally multifactorial. A groin strain is a strain to one of the three adductor muscles (brevis, longus and magnus) that cover the area from your pubic bone to just above the knee joint on… Continue reading The best exercises for a groin strain