There’s a lot of talk about the sit to stand desks these days! Some are electrical while others have to be manually lifted. Most of our patients who are office workers will ask us about changing over to these new desks. They used to be...

[siteorigin_widget class="SiteOrigin_Widget_Headline_Widget"][/siteorigin_widget] Plantar fasciitis is the most common source of heel pain and foot pain. Your plantar fascia is the tissue which runs along the sole of the foot towards the toes which help support the arch of your foot. Plantar fasciitis is the painful inflammation...

Have you been suffering from hip pain for a long time and your doctor has just told you that you have bursitis hip? Fear not! Here's a quick fact sheet about what it is, how it presents and how we can help!   What is bursitis?   A bursa...

This is the big "U" & "I" word [ pun intended] that people are not ready to talk about. Yet it affects almost 50% of the women in their lifetime! It is Urinary incontinence. It's not just elderly women who suffer from it but young...

The warmer weather is well and truly here and Christmas is fast approaching. You can feel the party vibe in the air. With a little planning, you can stay in good health while still enjoying summer and all its festivities. Here are 3 tips to keep you...

The Hip Joint Hip joint is a ball and socket joint which means the semi circular head of the thigh bone fits perfectly into the socket of the pelvic bone making it quite stable and flexible. However, due to injury or ageing the hip joint may...

Hydrotherapy is simply doing exercises in the water. Most commonly done in a pool using water as a support or resistance to help in muscle strengthening. Other equipment like resistance bands, pool noodles, floats or balls may be used to help with the exercises....