Blogs about Physical Therapy

How Physical Exercise Prevents Dementia

It has been observed from different studies that you can prevent yourself

LSVT BIG for Parkinson Disease

Best Knee Physiotherapy Exercises After Meniscus Tear Surgery


THEREX! A different approach.

THEREX! A Different Approach.  

Exercise (5 of 5)

Here are some of the confusing things we hear and think about in regards to exercise:

The best therapies for treating a sports injury

The Best Therapies For Sports Injury 

Finding The Best Physiotherapy Treatment

  You may be suffering from aches or pains in the neck or back, which is common. Sports injuries crop up every now and again when you overdo things at the gym and this needs to be attended to before things get serious. There are many reasons why one would want to go to a physiotherapist. However, knowing where to go can often be a nightmare, who do you trust, who will offer the best treatment? 

Which Physiotherapy Techniques Can Restore Pain-Free Movement?

Many athletes and fitness fanatics count their relationship with a physiotherapist as an important part of their wider exercise regime. Whilst regular exercise is great for your health, sometimes the aftermath following a particularly intense workout can be painful.

Sports Injuries – Why Prevention is Better Than Cure

Leading a healthy and active lifestyle through regular exercise unlocks a number of advantages for individuals of all ages. In fact, regular exercise has been proven to be something of a miracle cure reducing the risks of heart disease, strokes, diabetes and cancer by 50%. However, without the correct equipment and technique, the darker side of an intense exercise regime may be experienced.

Why Do We Mask Pain with Painkillers Over Getting to the Root of the Problem?

The newspapers are filled with reports about the serious long-term effects caused by the excessive use of painkillers, but we have still become a generation of masking pain rather than getting down to the root of the problem. A recent survey showed that around 33% of people used painkillers every single day, even at the slightest hint of pain, so why are we taking this route instead of seeking treatment for the underlying cause?