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25 February 2022

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Frozen Shoulder

Frozen Shoulder

by Eqphysio
Frozen shoulder is a debilitating condition that can make simple tasks such as reaching for object on a shelf or fastening your bra difficult. Knowing what it is, and the best treatment can get you back to doing the things you enjoy sooner.   What is Frozen Shoulder? Frozen shoulder, otherwise known as adhesive capsulitis, is a condition characterized by stiffness and pain in the shoulder joint as well as loss of range of motion. It can result in a debilitating loss of function in t...

13 February 2020

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Achilles Tendinopathy

Achilles Tendinopathy

by Eqphysio
Achilles tendinopathy is a common injury seen in sports involving running and jumping. It is an overuse injury of the Achilles Tendon.
Where and what is the Achilles Tendon? The Achilles tendon is a large tendon at the back of the lower leg, just above the heel bone. It attaches the two calf muscles (gastrocnemius and soleus) to the heel bone (calcaneus). Its function is to "push off" during walking and running and enable us to rise up onto our tiptoes.   ...

6 February 2020

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Tennis Elbow

Tennis Elbow

by Eqphysio
You'll often hear of people being diagnosed with Tennis Elbow but what exactly is it? Tennis Elbow or Lateral Epicondylitis is an injury to the muscles of the wrist and forearm that attach to the lateral epicondyle, a bony bump on the outside of the elbow. It is a condition usually associated with overuse and is not necessarily tennis related!   What are the Symptoms? Pain on the outside of the elbow which may radiate down towards the forearm and wrist. ...

8 November 2019

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Low Level Laser Therapy

Low Level Laser Therapy

by Eqphysio
Low Level Laser Therapy (LLLT) has been used for over 40 years to reduce inflammation & oedema, induce pain relief and to promote healing in a variety of musculoskeletal and medical conditions. Low Level Laser Therapy, sometimes known as Low Level Light Therapy or Photobiomodulation, is a type of low intensity light therapy.   How does it work? LLLT uses the application of light via certain wavelengths to penetrate the skin and soft tissue to produce a photochemical reaction ...

10 May 2019

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Stretching - Is it important?

Stretching - Is it important?

by Eqphysio
Stretching is a common activity used by athletes, older adults, rehabilitation patients and anyone participating in a fitness program. Some might think stretching is a waste of time or an inconvenience, however it is very important and should be incorporated into our normal activities at some level. It is not enough to build muscle and become aerobically fit; we need to consider flexibility as well. Human movement is dependent on the amount of range of motion (ROM) in our joints. ...

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Frozen Shoulder

Posted by Eqphysio on 25 February 2022
Frozen Shoulder
Frozen shoulder is a debilitating condition that can make simple tasks such as reaching for object on a shelf or fastening your bra difficult. Knowing what it is, and the best treatment can get you...
Posted in:Musculoskeletal Conditions  

Christmas & New Years Hours 2021/22

Posted on 3 December 2021
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to All! We will open by appointment only over Christmas and New Year period starting from the 25th of December. **No availability 25th - 28th Dec, 1st...
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Travelling and your risk of Lymphoedema

Posted by Eqphysio on 29 October 2021
Travelling and your risk of Lymphoedema
With international borders reopening, many of us are thinking about and planning overseas holidays again! Do you have lymphoedema or are at risk of lymphoedema? If so, we have some advice fo...
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Our physiotherapists are trained to recognise, assess and treat patients that are suffering from vertigo from a vestibular origin such as Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV), vestibular neuronitis/labyrinthitis and following acoustic neuroma resection.

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