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    Motivation from Pushing Performance

    5 December 2017

    As the year comes to an end its time to reflect on how 2017 has redefined your health and wellness for the future…. You may even be seeking that new challenge, the next race or just looking for a change. It’s time to activate your life and if you haven’t tried it already we encourage you to make 2018 your revolution&hellip...

    Want to tone up this summer?

    5 December 2017

    Wanting to “tone up” seems to be a common wish approaching the summer season, but what does this term really mean? Toning up refers to muscle definition, easily seen in body areas such as shoulders, arms, abdominals and legs that contribute to a defined physique. To achieve this, the body needs to increase muscle ti...

    Top 5 tips for a healthy and safe festive season

    5 December 2017

    With Christmas around the corner, shopping around for gifts can be a stressful and time consuming process for many of us. Preparing for this time of year will often involve lifting heavy grocery or gift bags, setting up the Christmas tree, decorating the house and hours in the garden preparing for Christmas day.  Quit...

    A Christmas message from Ben

    5 December 2017

    Season’s greetings to you and your families, It seems that another busy year has almost passed us by in the blink of an eye. So now is a good time to reflect on our achievements throughout 2017. We hope that we've been able to contribute positively to you achieving your goals throughout the year. As many of you are aware the y...

    Sore knees or feet from running?

    7 November 2017

    Do you ever feel the more running you do the harder the ground feels? Clients' reporting knee and feet pain from running is unfortunately all too common. These pains can be as minor as muscular, which will improve on its own or as serious as a stress fracture in your foot or leg. Therefore it is never a good idea to keep pushing through ...

    Natalie Bukojemski's Story

    7 November 2017

    Natalie Bukojemski joins the team at The Physio Clinic Natalie is passionate about providing high quality physiotherapy services focused on evidence based, holistic care. She uses a range of manual therapies and dry needling techniques combined with a strong focus on education, exercise and movement therapy. Natalie has special interests in...

    Does your back get sore playing golf?

    31 October 2017

    Over one million people play golf in Australia, making it one of the highest participation sports nationally. Golf related injuries are common for both amateur and professional golfers, with lower back pain contributing to approximately 25% of all golfing injuries, in those that play at least three times per week. Research also reveals t...

    The Anti-Gravity Treadmill has landed in Toorak Gardens

    23 October 2017

    Anti-Gravity Announcement At The Physio Clinic we are always looking into new ways to provide the best possible care and most up-to-date rehabilitation for all of our clients. We are excited to announce our latest piece of equipment acquired by us at our Burnside Hospital clinic – The Anti-Gravity Treadmill. An Anti-Gravity Tre...

    Pulled another hammy?

    28 September 2017

    It’s that time of the year, with summer sports around the corner, people are pushing themselves that little bit harder with their training until they feel a familiar twinge in the back of the thigh. The dreaded hamstring strain! Hamstring muscle strains are the most common cause of posterior thigh pain. They have a high recurrence rate...

    Why do people suffer from dizziness?

    28 September 2017

    There are a number of reasons why people suffer from dizziness. Sometimes it is related to blood pressure, or medication, which your GP can assist with. However, sometimes it is due to problems with the inner ear, or vestibular system. The most common reason for a sudden onset of dizziness is a condition called BPPV – a bit of a tongue...

    Whats new with Knee Arthritis?

    18 September 2017

    We are pleased to offer an education session for anyone suffering with knee arthritis. The session presented by The Physio Clinic and Orthopaedics SA will provide information about Knee Osteoarthritis, particularly, how to manage pain conservatively and what to expect if you need a Knee Replacement. The event will include pres...

    Is hip pain keeping you awake at night?

    4 September 2017

    Ben Corso Director of the Physio Clinic recently presented a workshop on hip pain and rehabilitation to a group of Dutch Musculoskeletal Physiotherapists in Amsterdam in 2017 through Movemento. Below is a patient centred summary of the information presented. Did you know that hip pain is actually very common especially in the over 50s age gr...

    Is your mind City-Bay ready?

    29 August 2017

    With Adelaide’s leading fun run just around the corner it’s time to put the final touches into your training regime. Whether you’re an avid runner, walker or first timer it’s important to prepare both body and mind for any physical challenge. When we participate in events that challenge our physical ability, our body ...

    Come and Try Pilates

    29 August 2017

    This free community event is an introduction to Pilates, using both mat and apparatus at The Physio Clinic in Prospect. Our instructors are qualified physiotherapists and will take you through the basics of Pilates. The sessions are suitable for beginners and those who may or may not have tried Pilates in the past and would like to know more...

    Family Wellness Services

    5 August 2017

    Family wellness is important to us at The Physio Clinic. We want to inspire a healthy lifestyle for your whole family. Our staff realise that sometimes it can be difficult to attend your consultation whilst simultaneously minding little ones! We have kids too and that’s why here at our Prospect Road Physio Clinic we have purposely buil...

    Amy Zilm's Story

    5 August 2017

    Amy Zilm joins the team at The Physio Clinic Amy graduated in 2010 with a Bachelor of Physiotherapy at Latrobe University in Melbourne. She primarily works in The Physio Clinic’s hospital team in Adelaide, providing inpatient rehabilitation to patients during their hospital stay post-surgery and also consults at our Physio Clinic in To...

    Why headaches can be a pain in the neck!

    5 August 2017

    Headaches can be extremely frustrating! They can disrupt everyday activities as well as a person’s ability to work. It is increasingly recognised that headaches can be part of a ‘referred pain pattern’ coming from the muscles and joints of the neck. Issues with the neck can arise from a reduction in activity and exercise, e...

    Managing Shoulder Pain – the latest research and tips

    4 June 2017

    Ben Corso, founder of the Physio Clinic recently attended a workshop on the management of shoulder pain, presented by Dr Chris Littlewood who is a researcher in the UK. Dr Littlewood presented the most up-to-date evidence on how shoulder pain should be managed by physiotherapists. This course was well attended by Italian physiotherapis...

    Choose Wellness this Winter

    4 June 2017

    Winter can be a time that we all tend to hibernate due to the cold weather, shorter days and this often leads to a lack of motivation. Taking small steps towards feeling well during the winter months doesn’t have to be difficult. If you need support to get started, our physio’s can provide you with the motivation you may be l...

    A Physiotherapists Guide to Tennis Elbow

    4 June 2017

    Tennis elbow is a broad term often used to describe pain or discomfort on the outside of the elbow that has occurred from overuse of the hand, wrist and forearm musculature. Tennis elbow tends to occur either acutely, or gradually over time. The bony part on the outside of the elbow (the lateral epicondyle) is where the muscles and tendons c...

    Gym exercises stirring up your shoulder?

    8 May 2017

    Are you starting to notice sore shoulders doing your usual gym exercises and weights? Problems often occur when increasing your weights or changing your exercises, especially if your program hasn’t been set up by a health professional. If you are noticing pain on movement, particularly overhead or pain waking you up at night, you c...

    Relieve achy knee joints – even in cold weather!

    8 May 2017

    Knees can often ache a little when getting out of bed in the morning, getting up from sitting or even causing you to walk less due to pain. The cooler weather often contributes to people being less active and this means the blood circulating through the body is not as warm. Lack of warmth and long periods of inactivity can lessen t...

    Ben’s personal journey to physiotherapy – PART 2

    6 May 2017

    Continuing on from PART 1 Ben shares how he became a business owner and the elements of success... PRIVATE PRACTICE IN ADELAIDE When I returned to Adelaide, I worked privately from 1999-2001 in several practices and had a range of experiences. I undertook some clinical teaching as my education experience had motivated me to give back ...

    Ben’s personal journey to physiotherapy – PART 1

    6 April 2017

    Owner of The Physio Clinic – Ben Corso, shares his personal story of what led him to physiotherapy, the challenges he confronted, plus key insights and experiences learned along the way… GAINING ENTRY INTO THE WORLD OF A PHYSIO I got into physiotherapy by accident! I remember chatting to a neighbour when I was just 17 and sh...

    Repetitive ankle sprains at footy

    6 April 2017

    Unfortunately ankle sprains are all too common on the football field. The ankle has ligaments that connect bone to bone which help to stabilise the joint. However with all the twisting, jumping and turning that happens during the game, it is very easy to tear these ligaments. There are several risk factors which can lead to ankle sprain...

    Core strength – the urban myth

    6 March 2017

    You may have heard about the importance of strengthening your core as part of your exercise regime, but what does this actually mean? Firstly, the core is a complex group of muscles within the trunk that act as stabilisers, help transfer force between limbs and can initiate movements. A misconception is that our abs are the ‘do all...

    Are Pilates exercises giving you pain?

    4 March 2017

    Pilates is a safe, effective and fun form of exercise to help strengthen the body and rehabilitate from injury. However, sometimes people feel pain in different areas when performing their Pilates exercises and this either means the correct body technique and posture is not being used or the core muscles are not being activated during the ex...

    Sore neck or back? Loosen those stubborn knots with trigger point therapy!

    16 January 2017

    Whenever injury occurs to the neck or back, there are muscles associated with the area that become tight. If these areas are not treated or managed during injury, a knot can form in the muscle. A knot is a tight band or group of fibers in a muscle that has contracted – as a result of injury or dysfunction, and has been unable to releas...

    Is your stretching routine getting boring or not working?

    16 January 2017

    Have you been doing the same stretches for a while now and are getting bored? Or perhaps you can feel the stretch, but not in the part of the muscle you want to feel it in? Stretching is a general technique used to help lengthen a particular muscle or muscle group. Sometimes you may notice that there is a particular spot in a muscle that fee...

    How to start rehab with a new hip or knee replacement

    16 January 2017

    Just had a hip or knee replacement and not sure where to begin your rehab? Sometimes it is difficult to perform exercises whilst weight bearing on your new hip/knee as the surrounding area is still healing. However, it is important to begin your rehab as soon as you can in order to achieve the best results. Have you considered exercise in wa...

    Relieve tension in everyday life

    16 January 2017

    With a busy lifestyle becoming the norm nowadays, people are constantly searching for new ways to alleviate general tension (most often in back and neck) and a variety of health disorders in their bodies. Although remedial massage is not a new technique, it is often looked upon as a 'luxury treatment' that people will only ...

    Top four tips on how to recover after training

    16 January 2017

    Recovery after training is arguably one of the most important parts to any training regime – for any type of sport or exercise. Whether you are a professional athlete that trains six times a week or a casual exerciser that walks a couple of times a week, your recovery will have the most impact on how your body responds after your training ...

    What's all the hype about hydro?

    29 September 2016

    Hydrotherapy is a term thrown about a lot by health professionals branded as a magic form of exercise. But what is it? And will it be helpful to you? Short answer: It is exercising in water and yes it can help you. If you struggle to exercise effectively on land due to pain, poor balance or weakness then hydrotherapy is for you. Even if ...

    10 reasons why Pilates can help you

    19 September 2016

    Try Pilates today! In two sessions you will feel the difference, in 10 sessions you will see the difference, and in 20 sessions you will have a whole new body”. There are far more reasons than 10 to take up Pilates, but here are a quick 10 on how    Pilates will make your life better. 1: A refreshing mind body wo...

    Will Pregnancy Pilates help my growing baby?

    13 September 2016

    Many pregnant women are confused about exercise recommendations during pregnancy and sometimes as a result feel the need to reduce or stop their existing exercise regime prematurely out of fear of harming their baby. Fortunately the guidelines for exercise during pregnancy are actually to continue existing exercise regimes. This ensures...

    The Pilates Difference

    12 September 2016

    Pilates differs from traditional exercise by minimizing impact and putting more focus on muscle control, flexibility and body alignment. The exercises are therefore generally performed slowly with an increased emphasis on how the human body is achieving the task, rather than how many times, or with how much weight it can achieve the task. This i...

    Hip or Knee Replacements and exercise

    14 April 2016

    Have you had a hip or knee replacement? Or maybe you have been told you require a hip or knee replacement in the future. If this applies to you, no need to fear. The latest research regarding total hip and knee replacements suggests that specific exercise before and after surgery provide better short terms outcomes in terms of functiona...

    Sore hands playing golf?

    14 April 2016

    The wrist and hand region is made up of over 30 small bones and numerous tendons and ligaments. The hands are crucial when playing golf due to the bilateral (both hands) gripping action. The way we grip the club will determine our swing path and ultimately the effectiveness of our shot making. The wrist helps to stabilise the hand when ...

    Muscle soreness following your exercise or workout?

    29 February 2016

    Have you ever experienced muscle soreness following your gym workout? Maybe it came on that night, the next day, or even two to three days afterwards? Muscle soreness following exercise is known as delayed onset muscle soreness (DOMS). This is different to acute muscle soreness which develops during or immediately following exercise. DO...

    The Physio Clinic now opening at Belair

    24 February 2016

    The Physio Clinic in conjunction with The University of South Australia has recently opened a southern branch, located at Southern Community Health, 13 Laffers Road, Belair SA. Experienced male and female physiotherapists Professional advice and care with a focus on lon-term results Private and student clinic - hosting UniSA ...

    Can Pilates help my golf?

    25 January 2016

    The golf swing requires co-ordination, rhythm, balance, stability and control and an emphasis on strength and flexibility. Golf and Pilates are therefore very compatible. Pilates is a form of exercise that has been accepted by physiotherapists and the fitness industry as a way of improving core stability, which is the strength and stability ...

    What type of gym program are you suited to?

    25 January 2016

    Often people take up a gym membership and do not get the most use out of it as they wanted. There could be numerous reasons for this. One reason could be that you don’t like that style of gym environment. Maybe there are far too many people in the area. Maybe you have tried a class at the gym and found that it is not what you are looki...

    Protect your child’s posture in the new school year

    25 January 2016

    With a fresh, new school year now underway, it’s time to think about your child’s posture. One of the main causes of postural problems and pain complaints with children is the result of carrying heavy backpacks. Think of the weight in your child’s backpack and the force bearing down through your child’s spine and lowe...

    Am I contracting my core correctly during Pilates?

    12 November 2015

    Consciously working your core muscles is often a challenging task for most people.  Simply bracing and tightening your tummy does not activate the deep abdominal muscles rather the superficial layer. This is why it is important to know what cues work for you and how best you can monitor your core contraction during Pilates to ensure yo...

    Breathe in, breathe out - which is best for me during Pilates?

    12 November 2015

    There are conflicting theories whether it is better for individuals to breath in or out during the most effortful part of a Pilates exercise with some advocating for one over the other for various reasons. The main key of doing Pilates well is to make sure that you are breathing in general and not holding your breath with effort. The re...

    Massage Therapist & Exercise Physiologist now on-site at The Physio Clinic

    26 October 2015

    We welcome Holly to The Physio Clinic as a trained Massage Therapist and Exercise Physiologist. Special offer - Have your Initial 60 minute Massage for the price of a 30 minute massage (valid until 25/11/15) Massage Reduce muscle tension Relieve stress Improve circulation Increase joint mobility & flexi...

    Musculoskeletal conditions to keep an eye out for in your kids

    6 October 2015

    From childhood through to the elderly, the human body undergoes many changes as it grows and deteriorates. During adolescence in particular, our bodies are prone to different injuries in comparison to fully matured adults. As adults, our bones have fully matured and strengthened, and have the ability to take large forces and impact. As ...

    The convenience of online bookings now available

    6 October 2015

    You can now book online to see any of our Physiotherapists at The Physio Clinic, or book into your favourite Pilates or Gym class. Through the website you can easily find a time that suits you, which means not having to do this over the phone or come into the clinic. You can also book after hours, which means you secure an appointme...

    Why getting a scan on your low back can do more harm than good

    17 September 2015

    Low back pain is one of the most common presentations seen by physiotherapists. Many people who suffer from low back pain are looking for an explanation or structural diagnosis to justify their pain and discomfort. A study investigating MRI findings of the lower back in people who had no symptoms found: -    &nbs...

    How to get the most from your running

    16 September 2015

    Running is one of the best ways of getting fit and is among one of the leading participation sports in Australia. In lead up to the city bay, whether you are involved in sport, a casual runner or elite athlete, running, due to its ‘high impact’ can  produce a variety of injuries. The good news is, these injuries are highly ...

    Do you have neck pain that just won't go away?

    1 June 2015

    Research has shown that people with recurrent neck pain have poor control over their deep stabilising neck muscles. This is just like weak ‘core muscles’ which have shown to be an issue with lower back pain. These neck muscles are important for good neck control and allow you to maintain good alignment without placing unnece...

    Strong Legs = Better Swing

    1 June 2015

    Who said you need strong legs to be a good golfer? Isn’t it all in the arms? A strong building needs a strong foundation, and the golf swing is no different. After Tom Watson lost the 2009 British Open to Stewart Cink in extra holes, he said, “I had no legs in the playoff”. Without the stability, balance and drive that...

    What is a good shoulder turn?

    1 June 2015

    Shoulder turn in the golf swing is commonly mistaken for movement that occurs at the shoulders. In fact the movement actually occurs from your spine or mid back otherwise known as your thoracic spine. The ability to rotate the hips and shoulders independently enables golfers to generate a hidden power source that can be coiled in the co...

    Do you have the right 'X-Factor'?

    1 June 2015

    The X factor in golf is a common term used to describe the separation between the torso (trunk) and pelvis at the top of the backswing. It is a measure of the amount of rotational flexibility in your spine and determines the amount of energy that can be stored at the top of the backswing to then be released in the downswing. The ‘...

    Swing like a girl?

    1 June 2015

    Struggling with your golf swing’s tempo? Are your shots going in every direction and not hitting them sweet? Maybe you should try swinging the club more like a girl? If you’re looking to improve you shot consistency and ability to control the flight of the ball, then you should consider slowing you tempo down. This will ...

    The right golf shoe

    1 June 2015

    Golf shoes are important to the success of your game, especially when you consider how far you can walk in a round and that foot position and traction are critical to a good swing. But what shoe is better suited to you? There is often an entire shelf stacked with fancy shoes, all promising miracle cures for your golfing troubles. Here a...

    Sore feet walking 18 holes?

    1 June 2015

    Some days, a round of golf makes you feel great, while others you just cant wait to get to the 19th hole. Many golfers finish 18 holes with aches and pains in their feet, but this can be prevented if well looked after. Foot pain in golfers can occur for several reasons. Have you regularly been using a cart and now you have decided to wa...

    I have pain on the outside of my hip. Do I need a hip replacement?

    1 June 2015

    Many people experience pain on the outside of their hip for numerous reasons. Rightly so, people often get quite concerned about the source of the pain and worry about needing to have hip surgery. For some it may just be a small niggle, while for others it can develop into a more debilitating problem. Hip pain can present in a number of...

    Burnside Hopsital and Findon Road Clinic Launches

    28 May 2015

    In early May, our two new clinic locations were officially opened. Burnside Hospital CEO, Heather Messenger launched our Burnside Hospital Clinic at Toorak Gardens, while Dr John Van Essen, opened our Findon Road Clinic at Woodville South. We would like to thank everyone who attended on the night - your support is much appreciated. ...

    Do you reverse pivot?

    27 May 2015

    The expression reverse pivot describes the way body weight is transferred throughout the golf swing. Why is weight transfer so important? Isn’t it all about the club speed and a good back swing? Research tells us that the lower body contributes a lot to the ability to generate power during the golf swing. A golfer who uses their hips a...

    The latest research to successfully treat a 'tendonitis' or 'tendinopathy'

    27 May 2015

    Have you ever suffered or been told by a medical practitioner that you have ‘tendinitis’ or a ‘tendinopathy’? You are not alone. This is a common injury that occurs at many areas of your body. Classic examples include tennis elbow, and achillies tendinopathy. ‘Tendinopathy’ means ‘pathology of t...

    Major Knee Injuries - The Rehabilitation Pathway

    27 May 2015

    Major knee injuries commonly occur during sport, but can also present due to a variety of reasons including car accidents, work place injuries, falls in the elderly or general “wear & tear”. They are often debilitating injuries, affecting you ability to partake in work, sport and simple daily activities such as house cho...

    Carrying heavy shopping bags? Take care with your shoulders

    9 December 2014

    Rushing around the supermarket getting the last minute groceries for Christmas lunch? Lugging your bags full of presents down Rundle Mall? Lifting and carrying heavy loads can cause an overload through your shoulders, increasing the risk of shoulder pain and injury. The shoulder is a complex joint which moves in many different direction...

    Preparing the roast? Look after your back in the kitchen

    9 December 2014

    Christmas is quickly approaching and this usually means sharing a delicious feast with family and friends. But all this time in the kitchen standing, unloading the dishwasher, carrying shopping and lifting can place increased stress through the neck and back causing unwanted pain. Muscles can also become more tense and painful depending...

    Tidying the yard for Christmas Day? Avoid gardening knee pain

    9 December 2014

    A few rainy days have really seen those weeds grow! With the holiday season approaching its time to get the garden looking nice, but with all of that kneeling in store how can you best avoid “achey knees”? Repetitive kneeling and squatting places a lot of unnecessary stress on our knee joints, all of which can lead to overus...

    Importance of pre-natal pelvic floor training

    4 November 2014

    Whether you have a natural birth or caesarean your pelvic floor is stretched and weakened from carrying your baby. During pregnancy, your body has an increased release of relaxin hormone, causing laxity in the ligaments and muscles that support your pelvis and spine. Current research suggests that pelvic floor strength of pregnant women...

    5 tips for post-natal back pain

    4 November 2014

    Congratulations on your new baby! You have a new life to look after, but it is important to look after yourself too! Whether this is your first baby or third, it is hard enough let alone persisting with ongoing back pain. Your body has been going through changes for the last 9 months and realistically it will take 12 months for it to get ba...

    Sore neck from feeding your baby?

    4 November 2014

    Whether you are breast feeding, expressing or feeding with a bottle you are likely to get a sore neck. Your husband is likely to get a sore neck too - from looking down at your new precious bundle of joy! Feeding is hard work and sitting in sustained postures and positions, let alone the size of your bust pulling you forward, is going to pu...

    Can Pilates help my golf swing?

    13 October 2014

    The golf swing requires co-ordination, rhythm, balance, stability and control and an emphasis on strength and flexibility. Golf and Pilates are therefore very compatible. Pilates is a form of exercise developed by a German physical trainer, Joseph Pilates, in the early 1900s. He developed the method having experimented with many forms of the...

    How hydrotherapy can help your brand new hip or knee

    16 July 2014

    Total Hip and Knee Replacements are two common forms of treatment used by Orthopaedic Specialists for significant hip and knee pain, most commonly from Osteoarthritis and other hip and knee problems.  A complete recovery following surgery takes months and a thorough rehabilitation is vital to help you achieve your functional goals and r...

    Exercises too hard on land? How about in water?

    16 July 2014

    Hydrotherapy is the use of water in the treatment of different conditions. It is different to swimming in that it involves special exercises that you do in a warm pool, usually around 33 ºC which is much warmer that a typical swimming pool. It makes it a great alternative for exercising in the chilly winter months! Exercising on land can pu...

    My doctor said I have arthritis. Is it really ‘bone on bone’?

    15 July 2014

    We’ve all heard people say their arthritic joints are “bone on bone”, but what does that really mean? The cartilage in our joints is designed to absorb shock/load but unfortunately doesn’t heal well. In arthritis, the cartilage first becomes dehydrated and eventually more brittle and unable to cope as well with the no...

    EOFY stress? Try Dry Needling

    15 July 2014

    Every year I promise myself that I’ll keep track of my papers and save myself some stress at tax time – I never do. Inevitably I end up spending a few long evenings before sheepishly arriving at my accountant with a box full of receipts, a stiff neck and pain between my shoulder blades. This happens because of a build-up of musc...

    Headaches from sorting out your tax?

    15 July 2014

    Managing finances is a leading cause of stress in Australia, which in turn is a big contributor to headache symptoms. What you might not realise is that headaches are very often linked to your neck and so there is something you can do for them that might help more than popping a Panadol. Stiffness in the joints at the top of your neck freque...

    Too cold for the beach? Try hydrotherapy

    20 June 2014

    Hydrotherapy is a safe and effective form of physiotherapy and rehabilitation. In combination with “hands on” physiotherapy, it can be one of the most effective means of assisting arthritic problems. Several benefits of hydrotherapy include: Relief of  joint pain from arthritis Increase your balance and mobilit...

    Stiff and sore with the cold weather?

    20 June 2014

    During winter, the cooler weather can increase pain and stiffness in arthritic joints due to increased joint swelling and reduced levels of mobility.   Wear and tear of your joints may occur due to aging, injury, prolonged posture, over use of joints, or excess weight. For some people symptoms can be disabling and, when it involves ...

    Chiro vs Physio - The Great Debate

    21 May 2014

    When you’re faced with pain, especially for the first time, it’s hard to know who to turn to. Can your GP help, or do you need someone more specialised, someone who treats your specific issue? Both Physiotherapists and Chiropractors are specifically trained to deal with the musculoskeletal system and to help improve your overall ...

    Achey back? Is it cancer?

    21 May 2014

    Do you suffer from back pain and worry about why it isn’t going away or always come back? You only have to search the internet to hear about all the horror stories as to what may be causing your back pain.... slipped disc, pinched nerve, CANCER! Back pain and related symptoms rank among the second most frequent medical complaints, the ...

    Is cracking your neck safe?

    21 May 2014

    People often crack their own necks and other joints to relieve stiffness and pain, but is this safe? Does it wear out the joints or lead to arthritis? Numerous studies have investigated why joints “crack” and there are a lot of theories about what causes the noise. Some researchers say it is air within the joint cavity escaping w...

    TPC Launches New Website!

    30 December 2013

    The Physio Clinic have launched a new interactive website this week which will give you the most up-to-date information about our physiotherapy services, products and latest news – with interesting tips to help improve your health and fitness. Information about your health and how we can help you Information about special eve...