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What is women’s health physiotherapy?

What is women’s health physiotherapy?

In Australia, 1 in 2 women that have had children will have some degree of a prolapse and of them 1 in 5 will require medical treatment (1)1 in 2 women will have stress urinary incontinence between the age of 18-83 (3)1 in 10 women will have endometriosis (2) A...
DeQuervains Tenosynovitis

DeQuervains Tenosynovitis

De Quervain’s is a condition which affects your wrist at the back of your thumb. The two tendons involved are in the back of your thumb called your Extensor Pollicis Brevis and Abductor Pollicis Longus. These tendons help to move your wrist inwards (if for example,...
Tension Headaches

Tension Headaches

Tension-type headache is a widespread form of headache characterised by mild-moderate head pain with no other associated symptoms (such as vomiting or light/sound sensitivity).  It has a very high prevalence with studies reporting a prevalence of 36% for men and 42%...
The temporomandibular joint and TMD

The temporomandibular joint and TMD

The temporomandibular joint (TMJ) is more commonly known as the jaw. This joint has a hinge like structure where the mandible (jaw bone) articulates with the skull. In between the two joint surfaces is a disc which is designed to reduce and disperse load transferred...
Plantar plate injuries

Plantar plate injuries

Have you ever heard of your plantar plate? This is a thick ligament in your foot, that runs along the ball of the foot connecting to the joints. It protects the bottom of you metatarsals (foot bones) from excess pressure, preventing your toes from over extending or...