Why does our posture affect our neck? It is extremely common for neck pain to have a direct relationship with poor posture. When the alignment of the head and spine is out of line, the neck is more prone to injury. Often this mal-alignment is due to the effects of wear and tear over time, poor posture due to work place ergonomics and repetition … [Read more...] about The Relationship Between Posture and Neck Pain
Sydney Mobile Physiotherapy
Syndey mobile physiotherapy can help with your health concerns affecting the physical health & condition of your body.
I am delighted to finally be working as a Mobile Physio! Having done the rounds of clinics, hospitals and rehabilitation for ten years now, I am finally working with people on what really matters to them. And that is what you can do in your own home. No more trying to translate exercises into an imaginary home environment. Let's get you there, … [Read more...] about Why I Love Mobile Physio!
Patellofemoral pain syndrome is a general term we use to describe the symptoms of pain or swelling at the front of your knee. This condition typically presents with a gradual onset of symptoms usually located on the front of your knee. It eventually results in increasing pain, limited range of movement of your knee, and decreased ability to walk, … [Read more...] about Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome
As a team of physiotherapists with a lot of experience in the industry we have noticed something! Our society has a tendency to wait until there’s a problem with our bodies before taking initiative and doing something about our health. This often leads patients and healthcare professionals to treat the symptoms of the problem and never truely … [Read more...] about The Benefits of Walking
What Are the Stages of Osteoarthritis? In general, Osteoarthritis can be classified into 4 main stages. Stage 1: A joint with stage 1 Osteoarthritis will have very minor "wear and tear" in the affected joint. Zero to minimal inflammation will be present in this stage, and typically any pain experienced will be very mild and dissipate … [Read more...] about Osteoarthritis – Part 2