Opal Physiotherapy Blog

Welcome to Opal Physiotherapy Blog, Here we Provide Information on problems and treatments related to various conditions, and are regularly updated with physiotherapy related articles by our Physiotherapists.

Neck Pain Physiotherapy

Neck Pain Problem

Neck pain is one of the most common reasons people see a healthcare provider, and most of the time, the first line of approach is medication, imaging, specialist referral etc.

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Persistent Pain Uncovered | Why My Body Hurts ?

Pain is a normal response to our body’s threat or perceived threat signals, and its specific purpose is to protect us. But what if the normal protection response becomes a danger signal to our brain, making it a persistent pain.

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Covid 19 Precautions

COVID-19 Precautionary Measures During Pandemic

In light of recent developments regarding the COVID-19 outbreak, We at Opal Physiotherapy and Health Clinic are committed to the health and safety of our Clients and Team members.To our Valued Clients, we have implemented additional precautionary measures to our current processes and procedures to ensure the health and safety of our clients and employees.

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Pelvic Floor Physio

Pelvic Floor Dysfunction

Diagnosing earlier is a key component of pelvic floor dysfunction. Many patients suffer from their symptoms for years before even understanding or knowing their problem, let alone seeking treatment and later on to realize that a pelvic floor physiotherapist may be able to help.

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Pregnancy and Incontinence

Pregnancy and Incontinence

Pregnancy and Incontinence – Pregnancy related incontinence problems are quite common during and after pregnancy. Women can experience incontinence problems during pregnancy and after childbirth.

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Physio Can Help: Pelvic Floor Physiotherapy

Pelvic floor physiotherapy presents an exceptional opportunity to link pelvic exercise with an active training program, that meets fitness training and continence training in the active patient population.

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