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Post Natal Physiotherapy What does it entail?

Post-natal physiotherapy is one of the most rewarding areas of physiotherapy. The relief provided for new Moms is enormous and they are hugely grateful for the support. The post-natal ward is a happy ward. Every now and again there is a heartbreaking and sad event (a stillborn or termination of pregnancy for a birth defect),

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Financial Planning

Introduction to Financial Planning Article

For many individuals, Financial Planning and Financial Needs Analysis remains foreign and you are often not fully aware of what it is and what to look out for. This is as relevant for an Executive in a corporate environment or a young medical professional entering the workforce for the first time. In the first in

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Tendons & Ligaments

Pain Relief with Biopuncture Article

Musculoskeletal injuries are on the rise due to varying risk factors including poor work practices, poor overall health habits, poor rest and recovery and poor fitness and dehydration. In the general, musculoskeletal complaints commonly occur within 33 % of the population. Acute musculoskeletal injuries, such as sprains, strains, tendinopathy, and stress fractures, are a range

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foot and ankle

Foot and Ankle Pearls

Lindsay Harris  The foot and ankle are a complex part of our bodies, including 26 bones, 33 joints, 112 ligaments, 19 muscles and four arches. Often because of its complex anatomy and biomechanics we tend to avoid it. In this presentation the anatomy and biomechanics of the foot are explained. The “core” of the foot

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The Female Athlete

The Female Athlete Article

Sue Fuller-Good  Why talk about the female athlete? This patient population has special needs and as health care professionals we need to recognize these special needs and be empathetic towards them and educated about them. We need to be exquisitely aware of the risks and problems these needs produce. What are the risks female athletes

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Scapular vs Glenohumeral Dysfunction

Scapular vs Glenohumeral Dysfunction: Which is the chicken & which the egg?

Tanya Bell-Jenje Rotator Cuff Related Shoulder Pain (RCRSP) is an umbrella term for a wide variety of previously described shoulder pathologies such as subacromial impingement, rotator cuff tendinopathy, posterior impingement, biceps tendinopathy and bursal pathology. A common presentation is pain and/or weakness in the region of the shoulder, usually the mid-deltoid region, with the worst

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