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The Shoulder Blade
23 July 2017 7:55PM
Jack Waller - Staff Physiotherapist

The Shoulder BladeShoulder injuries are some of the most common injuries seen in the clinic. Your shoulder blade or Scapula (to use the anatomical ter...

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Ice vs. Heat – The Debate
26 March 2017 5:58PM
Joanne Sullivan - Staff Physiotherapist

Recently I have been asked by several clients “what should I put on my injury, ice or heat? And what are the differences?” As physiotherapists, we see...

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Understanding pain
19 March 2017 6:34PM
Emily Bourne - Senior Physiotherapist

As Physiotherapists, we deal with pain on a daily basis when trying to help our clients achieve their goals. Our bodies’ pain system is very complex a...

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ACL Prevention Programme
19 February 2017 9:54AM
Stephen Heron - Senior Physiotherapist

The anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) is a common injury in active individuals. Statistically females are up to five times more likely to suffer injury...

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Oww! My aching tendons
15 November 2016 3:03PM
Ashley Crawford - Physiotherapist

Thankfully it is getting a bit warmer! For a number of us, this time of year signals the need to crawl out of hibernation over the winter and start pr...

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Release the knots
17 October 2016 3:05PM
Sam Jones - Physiotherapist

Ever gone to a physiotherapist and heard them say just going to try trigger point this muscle or you have a myofascial pain or you have a knot in this...

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Muscles – more than just a seafood!
05 August 2016 4:34PM
Chris Trickett - Senior Physiotherapist

As a Physiotherapist muscles and what they do, or sometimes what they need to, is a fairly regular topic of conversation with our clients.  This is of...

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Concussion
22 February 2016 12:00AM
James Flannery - Staff Physiotherapist

Concussion is quickly becoming one of the primary areas of focus in modern sport. This is particularly true here in New Zealand, where higher risk con...