10 Ways to Exercise Hands and Fingers

Our hands and fingers are out to use in almost every activity that we do in our daily life. Yet, sometimes we feel stiffness in our fingers and our hands....

Common Running Injuries Treated Using Kinesiology Tape

Running injuries usually happen when you push yourself too hard, wear the wrong shoes, or run with incorrect posture. Unfortunately, as runners, we all manage to overdo it from time to time....

The Towel Handgrip

If you have ever been to a physical therapist, then you know how your PT will likely prescribe specific exercises for you to do at home. Your home exercise program is an important part of your rehab, and it may help speed your recovery....

The Physiology of Injury

Physiotherapy treatment is an instrumental tool in keeping us healthy. Just like your car, our bodies need regular maintenance to perform optimally, Physiotherapy improves strength, balance, mobility, and overall fitness as well as injury prevention....

Occupational overuse syndrome (OOS)

Occupational overuse syndrome (OOS) is caused by repetitive movements or awkward postures....

Ease your knee pain

Nearly everyone has experienced knee pain. Whether it’s caused by arthritis, excessive foot pronation or overuse of the muscles that protect this vulnerable joint, our knees take a knocking....

Physiotherapy in Arthritis

A physiotherapist can help you to understand what happens to your joints and muscles when you have arthritis. Understanding your arthritis will help you to manage its effects....

TRAVEL SAFE , AVOID BACK INJURIES

DOES HOLIDAY HAVE TO END IN A BACK ACHE OR MUSCLE SPRAINS??,,, TAKE CARE WHILE TRAVELLING AND ENJOY THE HOLIDAY AND MAKE LOVELY MEMORIES...

Perfect Rehabilitation of Anke Sprains and Reduction in Risks of Recurrence

Untreated ankle sprains can lead to chronic problems such as pain, joint instability, and diminished range of motion. Yet many patients with acute ankle injuries never seek medical attention....

The injuries of the multipurpose wrist

Your wrist is made up of eight small bones known as carpals. They support a tube that runs through your wrist. That tube, called the carpal tunnel, has tendons and a nerve inside. It is covered by a ligament, which holds it in place....