For All Your Physiotherapy & Health Needs
Visit Us
4 Annie St, Caboolture

Stress Fractures

What is a stress fracture? A stress fracture is a microscopic fracture of the bone that is so small that it often cannot be picked up on X-ray. If left untreated, a stress fracture can cause significant disability and develop into a full fracture, possibly even requiring surgery.  The majority of stress fractures occur in the lower limb, being particularly common in the hip, shins and foot at points where the most force passes through when weight bearing. Most stress...

Read More

Things to Avoid When You Have Back Pain

Back pain is such a common experience that it is estimated up to 80% of adults will have at least one severe episode of back pain in their lifetime.   For many people, the pain quickly resolves and things go back to normal. However the first time this happens to you it can be scary, particularly as very severe pain can occur suddenly and without warning.  Statistics, however, are on your side. Most of the time, acute low back pain resolves without consequence...

Read More

Acute Wry Neck

Have you ever woken up with an inexplicably stiff and painful neck that will only turn to one side? You might have been suffering from acute wry neck, a painful condition following a typical pattern of symptoms. In the clinic, wry neck is classified as one of two different types – Facet or Discogenic wry neck.  Facet Wry Neck Facet joints are found on either side of the spine and allow controlled rotation and side bending of the neck. An...

Read More

Tips For Setting Up Your Home Office

Many of us spend more time at our desks than any other place. While the risk of injury while seated can seem very unlikely, spending hours in a poorly set up workspace can place vast amounts of pressure on your body and lead to overuse injuries. Below are a few tips that can help you set up your workstation correctly. Your Chair Starting with the height of your chair is the best place to begin. Ideally, your feet should be...

Read More

How to create your own Home Gym

Staying active at home can be challenging especially when many of us don't have access to our local gym. Physical health and wellbeing are  equally important both mental health and with this in mind, we're offering a few suggestions for how to use everyday home objects to stay in shape. Even if you don't have access to a single piece of gym equipment, there are many items in your home that can be used to keep you active. Water bottles,...

Read More