So, you have been told by your doctor that your knees are “bone-on-bone,” or your back pain just isn’t getting better. Or you know someone who has had a hip replacement, and feels great, but someone else who hasn’t recovered so well. Should you get that surgery – that fusion, arthroscopy, or replacement – or should you try a more conservative route?
Have you ever experienced low back pain? Do you want the good news? Nearly every person in the world experiences low back pain at some stage during their life and for most people the pain will settle fairly quickly (within a few weeks) and they just get on with their lives as before. There are many […]
by Physio Beatrice
Gluteal muscles, also known as “Glutes” are our buttock muscles, they consist of Gluteus Minimus, Gluteus Medius, and the Gluteus Maximus. These muscles play an incredibly important role in how we stand, sit, walk, run…basically most of our day-to-day activities.
Prolonged postures especially at computers or our home make shift work stations, can make our middle and upper back stiff and sore. Let’s learn about this area as well as what we can do practically to prevent or alleviate middle and upper back issues.
Movement makes us feel better Movement causes lubrication and lubrication is what helps our joints, muscles, tendons, heart, circulation, brain. If you’ve been keeping up with our weekly blogs you’d also know that movement is what helps pain. When our back is the most sore and all we want to do is curl up and […]
Winter is a hard time to exercise and move. We see more stiff and achey backs at this time of year – that’s no coincidence. So what can you do to feel and move better?
The NOI group with contributors all over the world but some of the best based here in Adelaide, are the foremost pain research group in the world. Educators, researchers and clinicians, they are helping all of us improve not only our understanding of pain but also how we try to explain pain to our patients. […]