Subacromial Bursistis or Impingement


SUBACROMIAL BURSISTIS OR IMPINGEMENT Sub-aromial impingment is the most common cause of shoulder pain and physiotherapy treatment can greatly assist recovery and is often essential to prevent recurrence. Contact us at Beaumaris Physiotherapy for further information, an assessment or [...]

Subacromial Bursistis or Impingement2021-05-04T07:09:40+08:00

Injuries in Children


INJURIES IN CHILDREN Children have developing and growing bodies and abnormal forces applied to their tissues often result in different injuries than those seen when similar forces are applied to the adult body. Below are some examples of [...]

Injuries in Children2021-02-01T12:29:56+08:00

Lumbar Disc Injury


LUMBAR DISC INJURY Research suggests that up to 80% of acute low back pain is a result of injury to the lumbar discs and physiotherapy treatment has been shown to be effective in the management of lumbar disc injuries. [...]

Lumbar Disc Injury2020-11-01T08:05:30+08:00

Scaphoid & Hamate Fracture


SCAPHOID & HAMATE FRACTURE Scaphoid fractures most commonly occur as a result of a fall onto an outstretched hand. These fractures notoriously heal poorly and require quite significant immobilisation and rehabilitation following removal of the plaster cast. The Hook [...]

Scaphoid & Hamate Fracture2020-09-16T08:38:57+08:00

Lumbar Spondylolisthesis


LUMBAR SPONDYLOLISTHESIS Physiotherapy treatment can significantly improve symptoms and function in patients who have a lumbar spondylolisthesis. Contact us at Beaumaris Physiotherapy for further information, an assessment or treatment. We also offer ONLINE BOOKINGS. PRESENTATION Spondylolisthesis [...]

Lumbar Spondylolisthesis2020-08-16T07:50:22+08:00

Spinal Stenosis


SPINAL STENOSIS Stenosis is characterized by leg pain or symptoms of neurological or vascular compromise in one or both legs related to prolonged standing and/or walking. Symptoms are usually relieved quite quickly when the patient sits down. Contact us [...]

Spinal Stenosis2020-04-30T07:50:18+08:00
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