- An inspiring Thursday tidbit. Form that positive habit! #chronicpain #Pain #physicaltherapy #physio... https://t.co/vsO2GMMoPx, May 19
- Full thickness tears of the #rotatorcuff do correlate with loss of function but NOT ALWAYS with #pain! Mental... https://t.co/zEY6p6S9OG, May 17
- Full thickness tears of the #rotatorcuff do not always have to be surgically corrected immediately. Modifiable... https://t.co/AtL2RI6UYT, May 13
- May is #EhlersDanlos awareness month! Talk to your #physicaltherapist #physio today!, May 12
- Recurrent #injuries are not uncommon in #hypermobile persons. #EhlersDanlos #flexibility #physicaltherapy https://t.co/yY4EjSsuDt, May 12
- Ask questions about #ehlerdanlos and #hypermobility. Sharon will be happy to answer questions on this Facebook page. GO!, May 11
- Some tidbits from the #ehlerdanlos symposium. #hypermobility #physicaltherapy #fitness #physio https://t.co/2MFVQOcAbQ, May 11
- Great insight to #lateralhippain #glutealtendinopathy. Have a listen if you have been having a pesky #hip... https://t.co/lxY9cXWc7m, May 11
- One of our physios, Sharon just recently returned from an #ehlerdanlos symposium in New York. She will have... https://t.co/yDqYErOMYi, May 11
- Everyone was ready for #GOT, well, #Winteriscoming and get #snowfit! #fitness #physicaltherapy #brisbaneanyday https://t.co/13x3F6ZSm4, May 10
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Has your Physio given you some nerve flossing or gliding exercises? Here is an example of what the nerve looks like when gliding it through tissues!
#PT1st #physio #NOI #nerves #neuraltightness ... See MoreSee Less
Sliding, gliding, flossing nerves! Watch how much the median nerve slides as the wrist flexes and extends. Don’t forget that the nervous system is a mechanically continuous structure throughout th...
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How we play Jenga in a house full of hypermobility!!
Did you know that as many as 80% of those people who have joint hypermobility syndrome also suffer with symptoms such as dizziness, fatigue and brain fog!! This is most commonly caused by dysautonomia which is essentially that the body finds it hard to maintain a balance in the cardiovascular system.
Use of electrolytes (like those you use after tummy flu) can help as they boost the circulating blood volume and support homeostasis.
Want to know more? Book in to see one of our physios who specialize in hypermobility. ... See MoreSee Less
You have that feeling too in the morning that you have "crack" some joints? You're not getting old... Just crispy :)
The latest on #shoulderinjury!
What do you think? #fitness #rotatorcufftears #rotatorcuff #shoulderproblems #sportsphysiotherapy ... See MoreSee Less
Have you seen your #muscles move under ultrasound? Here is an example of iliacus ( hip flexor) activating without moving the leg! ( yes, this activation is only with thinking about moving the leg). It's a really good tool for #biofeedback. Cool huh?
#PT1st #physicaltherapy #fisioterapia #exerciseworks #realtimeultrasound #injury ... See MoreSee Less
Trina, one of our old Physios, caught up with Alison in London this weekend! She says hello everyone! Especially to her Pilates classes! #physicaltherapy #physiotec #pilates #missinghome ... See MoreSee Less
Alison is in #London! #tendinopathy course is happening now! #physio #sportsphysio #fitness #hippain #puresportsmed ... See MoreSee Less
This is a really good webinar on the connection between Joint hypermobility syndrome (also known as ehlers-danlos hypermobility type) and gut problems (which occurs between 50-80%). Takes nearly an hour but I think it is worth it. Similar information was presented at the conference I went to in USA in May 16. ... See MoreSee Less
Is this movement bad for your back? Can this damage your discs? No.. ;) A lot of physiotherapists, doctors, orthopaedic surgeons, and the general public have to change their beliefs about the spine....