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Why Does My Shoulder Keep Popping?

Do you feel a click, pop, crack or snap when you use your shoulder (e.g. for reaching something, stretching or warming up for an exercise)? Often it’s just common and it’s how joints normally work (especially in shoulder joints where maximum mobility and rotation is allowed). However, it’s totally different if there’s some swelling, pain and discomfort. The popping sound or feeling might be because of osteoarthritis (cartilage deteriorates), trauma to the shoulder (because of…

Does your mouth open straight?How do I know if my jaw isn’t opening straight?

It probably sounds like a weird question, but a lot of patients who present with jaw pain often don’t open their mouth straight. This happens because both the left

Calling all runners!Got a running injury? Or a niggle that stops you from progressing your running further?

Unfortunately not all physiotherapists & health professionals will give significance to your niggle, assuming that if you can run 5km, you must be fine! Treatment starts with a detailed

Best First Treatment for hip & knee arthritis

GLA:D®, or Good Life with Arthritis: Denmark, is an education and exercise program developed by researchers in Denmark for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis symptoms. What does GLA:DTM

Five Tips to Decrease your Heel Pain

This article will discuss how to manage the most common cause of heel pain known as plantar fasciitis (or plantar fasciosis when inflammation isn’t present), which affects up to

Can Physiotherapy help with my meniscal injury?

Yes! Physiotherapists are highly trained clinicians who have the knowledge & skills to help with your knee injury. Also, it’s likely you don’t need an MRI or any other

Can I See A Physio for a Rotator Cuff Injury?

Yes! Physiotherapists are first contact practitioners meaning you don’t need a doctor’s referral for an appointment with us. You also don’t need an ultrasound or any other scan because

How long should my muscles hurt after exercise?

Some muscle soreness after exercise is common & completely normal, especially if your exercise was intense or something new for you.  This after exercise muscle soreness in called Delayed

What is PD Warrior?

PD Warrior is an advanced exercise program that incorporates physical and cognitive activity for people in the early stages of Parkinson’s. PD Warrior was developed, and continues to evolve, with

Demystifying Temporomandibular Joint Dysfunction

Temporomandibular (TM) joint disorders or TMD, refers to disorders of masticatory muscles and/or TM joints. We know you are TMJ experts, but here’s how we can offer expert Physiotherapy