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Rib Injuries

2018-12-15T13:57:48+08:00

RIB INJURIES: Physiotherapists can effectively assess and treat rib injuries from the acute presentation through to chronic rib lesions. Acute rib injuries are usually traumatic and occur most commonly as a result of a sporting incident. However, rib injuries may [...]

Rib Injuries2018-12-15T13:57:48+08:00

TMJ Dysfunction

2018-12-13T13:09:10+08:00

Physiotherapy for TMJ dysfunction - Beaumaris Physiotherapy JAW PAIN OR CLICKY JAW? This is most likely originating from temporomandibular joint (TMJ) dysfunction. SYMPTOMS Common symptoms indicating TMJ dysfunction can include headaches, jaw and/or face pain, jaw clicking during chewing, ear [...]

TMJ Dysfunction2018-12-13T13:09:10+08:00

Knee (Patellofemoral) Pain

2018-12-20T10:51:14+08:00

Knee (Patellofemoral) Pain The most common type of knee pain is patellofemoral pain. In a correctly functioning knee, the knee cap (patella) runs up and down a groove (intercondylar groove). This is controlled by the muscles around the knee. If these muscles aren't [...]

Knee (Patellofemoral) Pain2018-12-20T10:51:14+08:00

Pain & Nerve Irritation

2018-12-13T13:17:31+08:00

Neural Centralisation Chronic pain states can lead to neural sensitisation and centralisation. This complex condition results in decreased patient responsiveness to the usual treatments implemented for musculoskeletal pain and injury. What is pain? Pain is an output of the brain, [...]

Pain & Nerve Irritation2018-12-13T13:17:31+08:00

Acute Ankle Sprains

2014-03-27T15:15:56+08:00

Acute Ankle Sprains Treatment administered in the first 24 hours is the most important determinant of long-term recovery from an acute ankle sprain. Chronic or recurrent ankle sprains also need physiotherapy rehabilitation to achieve stability and should be treated immediately by [...]

Acute Ankle Sprains2014-03-27T15:15:56+08:00