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Acute Wry Neck

ACUTE WRY NECK Have you ever woken up and your neck is “stuck” and you cannot move it in certain directions without sharp pain? Then you have experienced an acute wry neck! Contact us at Beaumaris Physiotherapy for further information, an [...]

Non-Specific Neck Pain

NON-SPECIFIC NECK PAIN Physiotherapy treatment including joint mobilisations and manipulations, specific muscle re-education exercises and soft tissue mobilising techniques have all been found to be useful in the treatment of neck pain from acute through to chronic stages of the condition. [...]

Osteoarthritis of the Hip

OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE HIP Physiotherapy treatment can greatly improve hip range of movement, decrease pain and improve muscle strength around a hip joint affected by capsular restrictions and limited range of movement. Physiotherapy treatment can also significantly improve function and decrease hip [...]

Osteoarthritis of the Knee

OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE Physiotherapy treatment can be highly effective in the treatment of OA of the knee, with supervised exercise programs being one of the most useful physiotherapy modalities. Contact us at Beaumaris Physiotherapy for an assessment or treatment. [...]

Sacroiliac Joint Pain

SACROILIAC JOINT PAIN Sacroiliac joint (SIJ) dysfunction is often associated with pregnancy or post-partum mums, but can also be related to overuse injuries (repeated bending activities) or sporting incidents. The SIJ does not have a very large range of movement, but is an [...]

Non-Specific Lower Back Pain

NON-SPECIFIC LOWER BACK PAIN Physiotherapy can be successful in the treatment of non-specific low back pain. Evidence of this can be found in the Australian Physiotherapy Association’s Low Back Pain Position Statement. Beaumaris Physiotherapy is up to date with current research in the [...]

Cervicogenic Headaches

CERVICOGENIC HEADACHES Physiotherapy has been shown to be highly effective in the management of Cervicogenic headaches. The University of Queensland completed the first multi-centre randomised controlled blind study of cervicogenic headache published in 2002. Physiotherapy treatment (joint mobilisations, specific muscle re-education exercises [...]

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