Physiotherapy

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ITB Syndrome: Are Foam Rollers Any Good?

The Iliotibial Band (ITB) is a thick, fibrous band of fascia that originates at the pelvis and inserts on the outer knee. ITB syndrome is a common knee injury that affects runners. It is popular belief that ‘rolling out’ tight ITB may help improve…
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Does Prolonged Sitting Cause Low Back Pain?

Prolonged sitting is a common and problematic issue with multifactorial implications on health and wellbeing. Today, Australian’s lead more sedentary lifestyles than ever before. The industrial shift to a service-orientated office worker economy, and the increase in recreational use of computers, laptops, smartphones…
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Sports Chiropractic for Metacarpal Fractures

Metacarpal fractures are common sporting injuries seen in boxing, football, basketball and netball. In fact, metacarpal fractures account for 10% of all fractures presenting to emergency rooms, and represents a substantial portion of upper extremity fractures. The distal phalangeals (i.e.,…
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Common Causes of Knee Swelling

Knee swelling is a common presenting condition in both primary care and the emergency department. Knee swelling can be due to trauma, overuse or systemic disease. However, it is particularly common in sporting populations due to the high risk of traumatic injury….
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The Posterior Chain: Clinical Importance & Exercises

The posterior chain describes the muscles of the posterior (i.e., back) lower torso and extremities (i.e., arms and legs). These are large, long-chain muscles that are supportive for the posterior aspect of the body, and provide much of the “powerhouse” movements to…
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Subacromial Impingement

Subacromial impingement (also known as shoulder impingement syndrome or subacromial pain syndrome) is defined as a clinical syndrome that occurs when the tendons of the rotator cuff muscles, which pass through the subacromial space, become irritated and inflamed. The subacromial…
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