Summer is around the corner! This means longer and warmer days and elevated moods. With increased endorphins flowing through our veins we find ourselves getting outdoors more and increasing our activity level. One activity we see rise during summer is the practice of golf, whether done well or poorly. […]
What is child torticollis?
Known sometimes as wry neck, child torticollis is a condition where the head is tilted to one side, while the chin is tilted to the opposite direction. This produces a ‘twisting’ appearance in the face of the child and can result in difficulty turning the neck. There […]
How can ribs become dysfunctional?
Did you know that you have 24 ribs that go from the top your shoulders (T1) down to your mid to lower back (T12)? They are on the front, back and side of our thorax/chest. Ribs are designed to protect our lungs and heart from […]
The anterior cruciate ligament or ACL is a common injury in the knee. The ACL provides stability to the knee and stops the anterior translation of the femur on the tibia. As conservative measures in numbers there is approximately 38,000 injuries to the ACL in Australia per year.
The most […]
Have you ever felt it was difficult to sit down in a low chair or bench? Have you experienced catching or pinching type pain in your hips? Have you ever tried squatting as an exercise and just found it down right difficult to perform the movement?
These symptoms are not […]