Cervical headaches are usually confirmed from physical measures identifying musculoskeletal impairment. Impairments can include painful upper cervical joint dysfunction, restricted range of cervical extension movement, increased sternocleidomastoid activity
Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a diffuse pain in front of the knee or below the kneecap, usually unrelated to any trauma or no known specific cause.
For a Frozen Shoulder Exercises based treatments are commonly used interventions to manage and promote healing, relieve pain, reduce muscle tension, increase shoulder range, improve strength and functional ability.
Adhesive Capsulitis or more commonly known by Frozen Shoulder (FS), is considered a musculoskeletal condition, with 3-5% being affected in the general population. It has a significant impact on the daily activities of the patient’s life. Duplay in 1879 first described the frozen shoulder as “humeroscapular periarthritis”. In 1934 the term “frozen shoulder” was introduced…
Chronic Low Back Pain can be very disabling to an individual and affects their very functional, psychological, and social wellbeing with having a tremendous impact on society from healthcare costs to personal life with a loss of productivity.
An ankle sprain is a common injury sustained by individuals participating in recreational sports and physical activities. Strains and sprains are a more common type of injury followed by fractures in lower extremities.
Have you been diagnosed with having Osteoarthritis in the Hip or Knee and are suffering from pain and inactivity? Do you have pain, swelling or stiffness in a joint with having an X-ray report saying you have Arthritis?
Do you experience an annoying feeling of “heaviness or bulge” in the vaginal area or a “pressure” between vagina and anus or pelvis?
It is usually a part of a range of clinical conditions caused by Pelvic Floor Dysfunction, the vaginal bulging, a symptom of Pelvic Organ Prolapse.
Pelvic pain is a pain or discomfort that is present between your lower abdomen from the belly button to the groin area. consult your physiotherapist if you need help