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Last week we posted a video on our Facebook page of an incredible 84 year old woman who is completing strength training exercises as part of her rehab program following muscle tears in the shoulder. Her initial shoulder injury can be attributed to frailty – a...

A gluteal tendinopathy is characterised by pain on the outside of the hip. The main cause of a gluteal tendinopathy is thought to be too much activity including different activities that the body is usually unaccustomed to or too little activity Other risk factorsfor a gluteal...

Groin pain in athletes is an umbrella term used to describe pain on the inside of the thigh often associated with sporting activities that involve kicking, skating and change of direction (Thorborg et al., 2018). The exact cause of groin pain often falls under one of...

We often get asked “why should I see a physiotherapist”. Physiotherapists are allied health professionals that are skilled at assessing, diagnosing and treating a range of injuries and medical conditions, from lower back pain and knee pain to headaches and nerve symptoms. We can also...