Sanderstead Physio

REPETITIVE STRAIN INJURY 

HOW WE CAN HELP MINIMISE THE PAIN OF COMMON RSI
Repeating strain injury (RSI) results from overusing of your hands (most commonly, although you can overuse any part of your body) on repetitive tasks. Various repetitive tasks include typing, clicking a mouse or writing. Computer users must be aware about RSI problems and take necessary actions to correct their posture or follow remedial processes. Other than computer users, activities like... read more
 
19 December 2013 11:08:00 Categories: Croydon Physiotherapist Croydon Physiotherapy RSI

QUALIFIED PHYSIOTHERAPIST 

MANY YEARS TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE TO HELP YOU GET BETTER
Physiotherapists treat physical disorders or problems in patients. These disorders may arise due to accident, illness or aging. Patients’ body or body parts like muscles, bones, heart, circulation and lungs may get affected due to above mentioned causes. Physiotherapy applies a range of activities like manipulation, massage, therapeutic exercise, electrotherapy, ultrasound, acupuncture and... read more
 
05 December 2013 11:07:00 Categories: Croydon Physiotherapist Croydon Physiotherapy

WHIPLASH INJURIES 

GETTING PHYSIO THERAPY TREATMENT TO GET YOU BACK ON THE ROAD AGAIN
Whiplash is a neck injury caused by excessive stress on the cervical spine due to sudden jerking or uncontrolled movement of the neck in a rear-end car collisions. It may also occur in roller coaster ride or sports injuries. The uncontrolled movement of the neck causes damage to the muscles, ligaments and joints in the cervical spine.. This can result in pain, muscle weakness, headaches,... read more
 
21 November 2013 11:05:00 Categories: Bad Back Croydon Physiotherapy Neck Whiplash

SYMPTOMS AND TREATMENTS FOR CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME 

Symptoms ‘Carpal’ or ‘carpus’ derives from a Greek origin, ‘karpos’. It means “wrist”. Like most other joints, the wrist is also surrounded by fibrous tissues which provides it necessary support. The narrow and tight space between the wrist bone and fibrous tissue is called the carpal tunnel. The median nerve, used for receiving sensation in the fingers and palm, comes through this... read more
 
07 November 2013 11:04:00 Categories: carpal Tunnel Syndrome Croydon Physiotherapy
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