Sports and Spinal Physiotherapy Group website - Servicing Laurieton, West Haven, Kew, North Haven, Bonny Hills, Lake Cathie and Port Macquarie

  • Physiotherapy terminology - Here is a glossary of commonly used terms in physiotherapy to give you a better understanding of what they mean and how they may relate to you.
  • Injury prevention - A great part of the physiotherapy treatment protocol has to do with injury prevention. Let’s take a look at some ways we can help you prevent injury.
  • Fractured clavicle - Fracture of the clavicle is one of the most common fractures seen in sport and is either caused by a fall where the person lands on the side or point of the shoulder or by a direct blow to the clavicle with another player or piece of sporting equipment.
  • Wrestling injuries - The largest percentage of wrestling injuries occurs during take down, with sparring being the second most common cause of injuries.
  • Muscle Energy Technique (MET) - Muscle energy techniques are osteopathic techniques used by physiotherapists to assess and correct asymmetry and dysfunction in the body.
  • Rotator cuff injury – treatment options - When the rotator cuff muscles become injured, certain everyday functions such as raising your arm above your head become difficult or impossible.
  • Prescribed exercises; stick to the plan - Upon being discharged from physiotherapy treatment, your physiotherapist will very likely give you a home exercise program of exercises to follow.
  • Exercise with Arthritis - Exercises for arthritis centre around gentle stretching movements, such as are done in Yoga, tai chi and Pilates.
  • Scar tissue and muscle adhesions - Swimming, bowling and computer use are some activities that eventually lead to muscle adhesions as a result of overuse.
  • Exercising in a busy schedule - Recognising that you need to exercise and finding the time in your hectic schedule to do it, however, are two different things.
  • What is physiotherapy? - Physiotherapy deals with restoring and maintaining functional movement, reducing pain and promoting health in individuals.
  • Why people see us - Do you have muscular or joint pain? Are you suffering from arthritis? All of the above and more are reasons to see a physiotherapist.
  • Common injuries - The aim of physiotherapy is to treat and rehabilitate you after an injury or operation to enable you to return to your regular level of function in the shortest possible time and to prevent further injury and loss of fitness.
  • Sports-related injuries - Sports are physical activities, and when things get physical, there is potential for injury. Overuse and acute sprain and strain injuries are the most common.
  • Treatments - Physiotherapists make use of a number of treatment modalities to achieve the best possible outcomes. The type of treatment prescribed and carried out by the physiotherapist, takes into account the patient's goals and prior level of function.
  • Getting well - One of the key goals of physiotherapy is to help you get well after injury or illness and return to a former level of comfort and function.
  • Staying well - Getting well is one thing, and staying well is another. Staying healthy, fit and pain-free does not need to be a chore.
  • Exercise and fitness - Exercise and fitness are crucial elements of a healthy and active lifestyle. You don't need to be a gym junkie or a marathon runner - all you need is some motivation, creativity and common sense.
  • General articles - There is more to a full and active life than just health, fitness and exercise. Articles in this section cover a wide gamut of interesting topics that is sure to interest and benefit you.
  • Reader requested - There is so much to physiotherapy, attaining and maintaining a healthy and active lifestyle that what we could possibly cover.

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