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  • How Women's Physiotherapy Can Benefit You


    Women's health physiotherapy refers to a type of specialized physical therapy that can benefit women and their particular health concerns. Your doctor may recommend such therapy for you if you're dealing with certain medical conditions, but note when you may want to talk to a therapist or your doctor about such treatment, and how it can help treat certain female health conditions. After pregnancy After having given birth, you may struggle with persistent back and joint pain and even balance issues.
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  • There's the Rub: Why You Should See a Physiotherapist Now


    Especially as modern life places more and more demand on your time, it can be easy to minimise pain and discomfort, trying to 'put up and shut up' as you go about your daily life.  Whether your injury has come about from stress, overuse or a simple accident, it can be a serious drain on your energy and motivation trying to push through it.  Yet many people continue to do so, hoping that it will improve in its own time.
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  • Different Types of Physiotherapy


    If you have ever had an injury, then you probably attended physiotherapy sessions as part of your healing process. Physiotherapy is also good for people with disabilities and illnesses. There are several types of physiotherapies provided by qualified physiotherapists. Acupuncture This type of physiotherapy involves insertion of sterile needles into specific parts of a patient's body. This approach aims at clearing blockages as well as encourages normal functioning of the patient.
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  • Shin Splints -- Tips on Prevention and Treatment


    If you engage in a lot of exercise activities, you may have found yourself suffering from shin splints, also known medically as MTSS (Medial Tibial Stress Syndrome). It is common in runners and footballers, but can also be an issue for anybody engaging in prolonged, excessive activities that place a strain on the lower area of the legs. The condition is typically characterised by pain that runs along the inner shin area.
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  • Three ways to treat muscular pain


    Muscle injuries are surprisingly common; they can be caused by any number of things, but are usually the result of a strenuous workout, physical tension or chronic stress. If after visiting your GP and following their treatment plan, you're still struggling with this issue, here are a few options which could help to relieve your pain.   Get a massage If you're experiencing persistent muscular pain, you might want to book an appointment with a local remedial massage therapist.
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