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Physiotherapy For Shoulder Instability

Are you suffering from shoulder instability? If yes, then physiotherapy might be able to help. Physiotherapists are allied health professionals trained to treat patients who have various musculoskeletal disorders. They can also provide treatment for injuries such as sprains or strains. Shoulder instability can occur due to injury or overuse. The main goal of physiotherapy […]

Physiotherapy for Tendon Pain

Matt Lewington from Enhance Physiotherapy Albury Wodonga is speaking about tendon pain and how to best treat tendons to get you back to achieving your goals faster! Whether it be your Achilles, patella tendon, lateral hip, shoulder or elbow – tendon pain can be very debilitating when it comes to achieving your goals and participating […]

Physiotherapy Treatment for Concussions

Physiotherapy treatment for concussions is an essential step in the concussion rehabilitation process. Concussion patients often experience a wide range of symptoms, making it difficult to return to everyday activities. A physiotherapist can help you focus on your individual symptoms and create a plan tailored to your needs that will help you recover as quickly […]

ACL injuries in Women’s Football

Are you a woman who loves playing football but fear that an ACL injury might sideline you? You’re not alone. Recent water cooler discussions at Enhance Physiotherapy have included ACL injuries in the AFLW competition. We predicted a massive increase in ACL injuries, given that female athletes are x5 more likely to rupture their ACL […]

Physiotherapy Management For Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome (PFPS)

Do you experience pain in your knee during or after activities such as running, squatting, or climbing stairs? If so, you may have patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS). PFP accounts for 11-17% of all knee pain presentations to general practice, and it typically occurs in physically active people aged <40 years. It is a very debilitating […]

Physiotherapy for Low Back Pain

Are you suffering from low back pain? If so, then physiotherapy might be the answer to your problem. Physiotherapists are trained allied health professionals who specialise in treating musculoskeletal disorders such as arthritis, sports injuries, and back pain. They provide treatment through manual therapy, exercise therapy, electrotherapy, and various other methods. Physiotherapy is a holistic […]

What is plyometric exercise?

While strength training primarily develops the nervous system and muscular adaptations to become stronger, plyometric exercises improve explosiveness which is the ability to generate maximum force in the shortest amount of time. Plyometrics, which focuses on the “speed” component of power, is essential for most professional sports performance training. Athletes often use plyometrics as part […]

World Continence Week – Busting Some Continence Myths!

This week is World Continence Week (20-26th June) which aims to raise awareness about bladder and bowel continence and continence related issues. It is a commonly misunderstood area of health, with many myths surrounding what it is, who it affects and how it affects people. Let’s look at some of the more common myths around continence.  […]

Achilles Tendon Repairs and Rehabilitation

The Achilles tendon is the strongest tendon in the lower limb and provides a huge amount of power for running, jumping and changing direction. Achilles ruptures are a common traumatic injury in running, acceleration-based sports including athletics, rugby, AFL and netball. The Achilles ruptures with a sudden push off mechanism when sprinting or changing direction. […]

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