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Why Personalised Treatments are Key

In a personalised treatment, your physiotherapist will take time to understand you, your injury and how it occurred and formulate a treatment and rehabilitation schedule applicable to your personal situation.

Form & Function: Tips to Prevent Sports Injuries

It can be easy for us to get caught up in the fun and competition of our favourite sports, and forget to protect our bodies from potential harm. In this blog, the team at IceFire Physiotherapy explore some tips to help you prevent sports injuries.

Solutions to When Stress Affects the Body

We all live fast paced lives, and no matter how strong we think we are, the difficulties we consistently encounter can take their toll on both the mind and the body. In this blog, the team at IceFire Physiotherapy explore how stress affects the body, as well as some solutions on how to alleviate tension.

Total Knee Replacements

We not only help people recover from trauma of total knee replacement surgery, but also work to ease the pain and discomfort of knee osteoarthritis.

Shoulder Dislocations – Signs and Symptoms

Shoulder dislocation is a term used to describe the ball shaped head of the humerus (arm bone) totally moving out of the “golf-tee” shaped shoulder socket (glenoid). This can involve significant pain. Shoulder subluxation is a term used to describe a partial dislocation of the head of the humerus on the glenoid.

Knee Joint Pain

Many activities can cause knee pain, but patients are often pleasantly surprised to see how much they have improved after receiving physiotherapy.

Achilles Tendon

Pain in the Achilles tendon is relatively common in recreational exercisers, individuals active in sports and has even been reported in inactive individuals.

Joint stiffness & pain

We are asked by many patients each day why their joints are stiff. The underlying idea that they have is that their stiff joint must be the cause of their joint pain. Is this always true?

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