Common Conditions

Back Pain

The lower back comprises of main support structure which is the spinal vertebrae and many interconnecting…

Neck Pain

The neck or cervical spine is composed of seven bones i.e. vertebrae, running from the base…

Shoulder

The shoulder joint is a ‘ball and socket’ joint and requires the muscles and ligaments surrounding…

Elbow

Elbow joint comprises of three bones: the humerus (upper arm), the radius and the ulna in…

Sports Injuries

Why do Sports Injuries happen? Most of us try to squeeze in some sporting activity or…

Hip Pain

Hip is the largest joint in our body and is a major weight bearing joint. They…

Knee

The knee is an important weight bearing joint that is most prone to acute injuries as…

Foot and Heel

The ligaments of the ankle joint are comprised mainly of the medial (inner) and lateral (outer)…

Incontinence

Urinary incontinence is the involuntary loss of urine and this can be temporary or permanent. Many…

Joint Problems

Physiotherapy involves the treatment, healing, and prevention of injuries or disabilities.

Women’s Health

Diastasis Rectus (DR) DR gap is primarily caused due to the separation of the connective tissue…