Most pregnant women will come into contact with a physiotherapist for one reason or another; commonly due to back or groin pain from pelvic instability around the third trimester, or to hire a TENS unit for pain control during labour, or to assess and rehabilitate… Read more »
We’re happy to announce we now offer physiotherapy and orthotics services at Emerald Medical Centre! We’ll have therapists there Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays. Click through to see the full schedule!
Most people have heard of Clinical Pilates, but what makes it Clinical? And why is it so popular?
A question often asked in the clinic is “what is the most painful injury you treat?”, or “they say this is worse than child-birth, is that true?”
Headaches are a crippling problem for those who suffer them regularly, causing pain, vomiting, blurred vision, and sensitivity to light and loud noise. They are responsible for over 25 million lost days of work in the UK (few statistics exist for Aus) per year, and… Read more »
It has been a busy few months at Hills Physiotherapy! In case you missed it, here’s a quick update on what we’ve been up to: New location in Knoxfield Our Knoxfield clinic is up and running and appointments can now be made online! See our Hills Physiotherapy… Read more »
Most people over the age of 35 start to show signs of wear and tear – either in deteriorating physical condition, stiffness and soreness of joints or muscles, or with actual medically diagnosed conditions such as osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, fibromyalgia or other pain syndromes. This can… Read more »
“Weeeeeeee’re a happy team at Hawthorn!” the echoes fade from the club rooms and the celebrations begin. This signals the end of a long period of intense physical exertion for all the players involved in the AFL Grand Final, and for all other winter sports… Read more »
Does your finger get stuck when you bend it? And you have to prize it open with your other hand? Congratulations, you have Trigger Finger. So named because it is caused by inflammation of the flexor tendons of the fingers or thumb, such as often… Read more »
Things have been a little quieter in physiotherapy world for a few weeks, as colder temperatures and horrible weather have meant less activity in the community in general, and therefore less acute injury. Even chronic arthritic pain and inflammatory conditions tend to settle, as the… Read more »