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Why your hamstring keeps tearing and what you can do to stop it

What is a hamstring strain? If you play sports or exercise recreationally, chances are you’ve felt a hamstring strain. That painful feeling of a torn muscle that tugs at the back of the thigh. You walk a little bit funny and when people ask what’s happened, you...

Why your hamstring keeps tearing and how to stop it

What is a hamstring strain? If you play sports or exercise recreationally, chances are you’ve felt a hamstring strain. That painful feeling of a torn muscle that tugs at the back of the thigh. You walk a little bit funny and when...

Why am I losing my balance and what can I do to help?

Loss of balance can have a variety of different causes. A Vestibular Physiotherapist deals with imbalance everyday allowing us to assess and diagnose the possible cause accurately. Balance relies on integration of three main systems: 1. Vision is our primary sense of...

Exercise for Mental Health

3 million Australians are living with anxiety or depression Mental health is gripping Australia with both hands. It has been one of the hardest areas for our community to talk about, yet it becomes one of the most important conversations of our generation. The...

When to get a Total Knee Replacement (TKR)

Total knee replacement is now one of the world’s most popular surgeries as it provides us the opportunity to dramatically reduce knee pain as a result of osteoarthritis. However in the clinic we are commonly asked “when is the right time to get surgery?” The first...

Rotator Cuff Tears: How Does it Present?

Rotator cuff tears and tendinopathies are one of the most common shoulder injuries we see in the clinic. But it is also one of the most challenging to control. It comes in a range of names and presentations - one of the more common alternatives being shoulder...

Patello-Femoral Pain

What is Patello-femoral pain? Patello-femoral pain, also known as anterior knee pain or runner’s knee, is one of the most common knee injuries seen in the clinic. It refers to pain coming from the joint between the knee cap (the patella) and the general knee. How do...

How do we Fix Patellar Tendinopathy

What is Patellar Teninopathy? Patellar tendinopathy is one of the less common tendinopathies we see in a clinic. This time, involving the part of our body just below the knee cap. As touched on in previous blogs, the tendon is typically seen as a bridge point between...

Parkinson’s Disease

What is Parkinson’s Disease? Parkinson’s Disease is a neurological degenerative disorder. That is, a condition that affects the brain, which typically worsens gradually over time. Specifically, the brain starts producing less of a critical chemical in body known as...

Numbness: When Should You be Worried?

What is numbness? We commonly get asked about random numbness and pins and needles in the clinic. Many clients are unsure whether or not they should be concerned about their symptoms. Step one, is defining what numbness is and represents. True numbness is where your...