Physiotherapy Blog

Physiotherapy for Tennis Elbow

Characterized by pain and muscle weakness, Tennis Elbow is a musculoskeletal condition that’s caused due to strain resulting from repetitive use of the forearm extensor muscle. Physiotherapy is the first line of treatment options for tennis elbow. While athletes, particularly tennis players, are at a greater risk of developing the condition, tennis elbow can affect […]

The Role of Physiotherapist in Pregnancy and Child Birth

Pregnancy and labour significantly affects a woman’s pelvic health, making a trained pelvic health physiotherapist an integral part of any woman’s prenatal and postpartum care team. Expectant mothers, and those immediately postpartum, can benefit from a pelvic floor health assessment for common conditions such as: LOW BACK PAIN AND SCIATICA Low back pain is commonly […]

Three Tips for Better Desk Posture

The modern, sedentary lifestyle poses a number of health-related challenges. One big challenge is how to avoid assuming unhealthy positions that may lead to poor posture during long work hours sitting behind the desk and working with computer. Maintaining an optimal posture is important because poor posture is not only causes a number of musculoskeletal […]

Urinary Incontinence and the role of Pelvic Health Physiotherapist

Urinary incontinence, which is defined as involuntary loss of urine, affects up 38 percent of women and 7 percent of men. When the root cause of incontinence varies greatly, the condition is more prevalence among elderly individuals and pregnant women. Unfortunately, many people with bladder control problem do not seek medical advice due to the […]

You Need Physiotherapy After Car Accident

Physiotherapy after car accident is important. The aftermath of a car accident can be challenging, both from physical and emotional perspective. In such a difficult time, it is common for most people to ignore minor aches and injuries. However, sometimes, these small injuries can transform into a health issue, resulting in pain and discomfort. Therefore, […]

The Role of Physiotherapy in Treating Pelvic Floor, Urinary and Gastrointestinal Dysfunctions

THE ROLE OF PHYSIOTHERAPY IN TREATING PELVIC FLOOR, URINARY & GASTROINTESTINAL DYSFUNCTIONS Pelvic Floor Dysfunction (PFD) affects 30% of women and up to 10% of men. PFD refers to conditions such as urinary incontinence, pelvic pain and pelvic organ prolapse. These conditions are more common after giving birth or frequent urinary infection. Although the are […]

Neck pain; 5 Common Questions About Neck Pain and Their Answers

What are the common causes of neck pain? There are a number of reasons a person can experience acute or chronic neck pain. Some of the most common causes include: Sleeping in the wrong position Sports injuries Poor posture Repetitive motion, such as while swimming or dancing Whiplash injury Degenerative disc disease Herniated disc Arthritis […]




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