October 2021

August 2021

Physiotherapy for Mental Health

2021-07-30T14:54:29+10:00August 9th, 2021|General Physiotherapy, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Physiotherapy for Mental Health Recent years have seen the conversation around mental health increase dramatically. With this has come the questions of what we can be doing to boost mental wellbeing and how can we reduce poor mental health. One of the most effective treatment options is physical activity. There are many positive benefits of [...]

Patellofemoral Pain Treatment

2021-07-30T14:50:04+10:00August 2nd, 2021|Knee, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

Patellofemoral Pain Treatment Patellofemoral pain, also known as kneecap pain or runner’s knee, affects up to 25% of the general population every year. Women are two times more likely than men to experience patellofemoral pain. What are the symptoms of patellofemoral pain? In many cases, symptoms of patellofemoral pain will develop gradually, and may worsen with [...]

July 2021

How We Treat Jaw Pain

2021-09-27T16:30:35+10:00July 23rd, 2021|Head and Neck, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

How We Treat Jaw Pain The jaw joint, also known as the temporomandibular (TMJ), acts like a sliding hinge that connects the jawbone to the skull. There is one of these joints on each side of the jaw. These joints play a role in your ability to talk, eat and sleep. TMJ pain is a [...]

What is the Difference Between Strapping, Bracing and Kinesio Tape?

2021-09-27T16:49:27+10:00July 23rd, 2021|Miscellaneous - Sports Taping Courses, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog|

What is the Difference Between Strapping, Bracing and Kinesio Tape? Strapping and bracing both aim to achieve similar things, like making an area or joint more stable following an injury. However, depending on your condition, one supportive device may be more effective than the other. Here is a look at the difference between strapping, bracing [...]

What is Urinary Incontinence?

2021-07-09T13:16:42+10:00July 8th, 2021|Pelvis - Groin, Sports Focus Physio Therapy Blog, Women's Health Physiotherapy|

What is Urinary Incontinence? Also known as a ‘weak bladder’, there are two main types of urinary incontinence. Stress urinary incontinence occurs with movements or activities that put pressure on the bladder like jogging, lifting, laughing, or sneezing. It affects up to one in three women who have had a baby, but also affects women [...]

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