By Lauren Kendall - Physiotherapist and Clinical Pilates Instructor   How important is post-exercise recovery? Whether you are a recreational athlete, professional sportsperson, fitness enthusiast or gym junkie, you may find yourself placing a great deal of emphasis towards training or performance variables. For instance, the type and frequency of training that you are doing, or how long you are doing it for, or what intensity you are aiming to achieve for that given load.  However, it is essential to remember that the most important aspect of training isn’t necessarily what is happening on the field – it’s what you
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By Vasish Vasan, Physiotherapist   Do your knees and other joints make noise when they move? Does this worry you ?    Popping, snapping, cracking, clicking or crackling are some of the ways people use to describe these noises. Noise or ‘crepetis’ is especially common when bending your knee, such as during a squat or walking up and down stairs. Rest assured, up to 99% of people’s knees make some noise! In most cases, unless the noise is associated with pain, it is not a cause for concern.  Let’s take a look at some of the reasons your knee could
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Low back pain (LBP) is a very common condition. In fact, it is estimated that up to 75% of people will experience low back pain at some time in their lifetime.
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Take 1-2 hours of horizontal rest per day - when your baby sleeps, you sleep. Start your pelvic floor exercises ASAP.
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Pilates and Clinical Pilates may sound like two sides of the same coin, but in reality, there are several differences in practice, purpose, and methods.
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What is Tele-Health? Telehealth is an under-utilised facet of physiotherapy management. The World Health Organisation supports the use of Telehealth servicesand define it as 'the use of telecommunications.
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