Physiotherapy

After a stroke, rehabilitation is often necessary to help the brain relearn certain skills. It often includes various activities and therapies (such as physiotherapy) that help the brain adapt to any injury that the stroke has caused. Over time, you can create new brain pathways,...

Back pain is fairly common, as 1 in 6 Australians report having back problems at some point in their life. But just because it’s common doesn’t mean you should put up with it! Whether it’s in your lower back or elsewhere in your back, pain...

Physiotherapists provide care for a wide range of medical conditions and physical concerns to improve countless patients’ quality of life in Australia. In turn, this reduces the national load on the healthcare system due to symptom reduction, improvement in functionality and mobility, and prevention of...

Lymphoedema is a chronic and progressive condition that involves the build-up of protein-rich excess fluid within the lymphatic system, which is a network of vessels and nodes underneath the skin. This collects in bodily tissues and results in swelling, which is also known as oedema. Lymphoedema...

Physiotherapy is an important healthcare option that can help patients with a broad array of concerns using a variety of evidence-based methods and techniques. The professionals who deliver this form of care, physiotherapists, must be qualified and registered to practise within Australia to ensure safe...

With the 2018 Winter Olympics in full-flight, many of us are already dreaming up snowy getaways. As the most popular winter sport, skiing can provide many health benefits. Not to mention it's great fun. However, there are a number of common skiing injuries that can...

Foot Orthotics are a great tool for relieving stress and tension on the feet, ankles, hips and legs. They work to help secure proper positioning for the foot, ankle and knee bones, while ensuring balance and range of motion are enhanced....

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