Are you curious about all the tools, treatment and therapy used by our physiotherapists. Here is a summary of all that can help get your back to what you love doing. 

Manual therapy:

Manual therapy comes in an array of forms. We predominantly use manual therapy ro relea...

Seeing patients post-operatively is very common in our field of work. We are frequently asked during the first appointment “how many sessions will I need?” Or “How long until I can be back playing my sport?” 

This is information the patient should be given prior to havi...

We’ve all been there - we feel a bit of a niggle or pain somewhere and we either stop and rest for a while or carry on and hope that it goes away, only it doesn’t. The majority of our clients seek the advice of a Physiotherapist approximately 1 month or more after the...

Carrying your baby the “ideal way” to prevent neck/back pain is easier said than done. As a mother myself I know that reality often does not match up with the theory, however the following tips may help prevent repetitive strains building up in your body if you try to...

As a Speech and Language Therapist, I get asked these questions a lot :

“Do more sessions guarantee better outcomes?”

“I want to have 5 sessions per week for my child. Do you have any available slots?”

Here are my thoughts on the subject :  

#1: The number of speech &...

Our patient Joanne Norman shared with us a glimpse into her world! 

Here are some positive insights during these difficult times. We will find a new normal and we will keep moving!

We have been treating and witnessing the incredible amount of hard work she puts into her...

Children with high-functioning ASD are often not diagnosed or misdiagnosed because of their verbal and cognitive skills that allow them to carry over daily routine activities, attend events and excel or perform within limits in academics. 

They tend to ge...

As mentioned in my earlier blog regarding postural assessment, many of us are aware the role “bad posture” can have on causing aches and pains but what can we do about it if we have to sit down for long periods of time at a desk or work in awkward positions as part of...

Hopefully following the last blog post you are now aware of the benefits of exercising in pregnancy and are keen to get going!As mentioned there are a couple of things to consider to maintain safety whilst exercising (for both you and your baby). 

The American College o...

Congratulations! You’ve found out you’re expecting! Now to try and navigate the wealth of information out there to help make the best decisions for both you and your baby. One of the areas with the most conflicting information is exercise in pregnancy: when can you do...

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