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Update from SOSORT 2018 – what I learnt about scoliosis

Updates from the SOSORT Conference in Dubrovnik 2018 What did I learn about scoliosis? Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist I have just returned from the SOSORT conference in Dubrovnik. This was a powerful conference of close to 300 participants from 37 countries, gathered so share the latest research in the world of conservative treatment for scoliosis. […]

Dry needling

  Dry needling: What is all the fuss about?   Arianne Romeo – Physiotherapist Dry Needling is definitely growing in popularity with physios as a means to relieve pain and other symptoms.  More and more clients are being advised by friends and family to see their Physiotherapist about Dry Needling, but what is it? It […]

Hypermobility syndrome

September 7, 2017
Blog, Blog Sport: General Injuries

Hypermobility syndrome Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist Hypermobility syndrome is a condition that causes joints to be easily moved beyond normal range for a joint. It tends to be an inherited condition and often results in pain in areas like the knees, fingers, hips and elbows.  It is thought that the genes responsible for the production […]

Knee pain

August 24, 2017

Knee pain: Common causes and treatments Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist Your knees are used in almost every activity you do during a work or school day. Arthritis is one of the major causes of knee pain. It is not just a condition of the elderly and can impact a lot of very young people. There […]

Overtraining Syndrome

August 17, 2017

Over-training Syndrome in runners – How much is too much? Rosemary Marchese – Physiotherapist Running, generally, is a healthy physical activity that can lead to many health benefits. But even the elite athlete can push themselves too far. I often see athletes in the clinic who take their running super seriously, but don’t seem to take their […]