Adelaide Physio Blog – City Physiotherapy Blog
Read about treatment and exercise advice from the team at City Physiotherapy in Adelaide.
The aim of our Adelaide Physio blog is to educate and provide you with physiotherapy advice and practical tips to assist you to get better as quickly as possible. City Physiotherapy offers hands-on Physio treatment, remedial massage, dry needling & Pilates informed exercise classes – work injuries, sports physio, back pain, neck pain, shoulder pain, headache, pregnancy, posture pains, postoperative physio, post-surgical rehab and more.
This Adelaide Physio blog aims to provide you with some interesting information about an extensive variety of physio topics. Learn more about conditions treated, anatomy, exercises, physio treatments, latest research and more.
At City Physiotherapy & Sports Injury Clinic we treat muscle/joints/tendon/ligament/nerve/disc/soft tissues/spine/bursa/bones – stiffness, aches, pains, strains, tears, bulges, fractures & inflammation.
Our highly qualified and experienced Physiotherapists all hold university degrees from major Australian & International Universities. Our remedial massage therapists hold the Diploma of Remedial Massage.
We treat athletes to everyday men and women and children at City Physiotherapy – Teenagers, office workers, weekend warriors, couch sitters, gym goers, walkers, runners, sports people & seniors.
Our Adelaide Physio blog will educate and inform you about physiotherapy and news about all of the areas we treat and have an interest in.
ANGER and PAIN22 January 2020
Anger and pain, today I present a tricky and complicated topic, that most of us humans prefer to avoid. Humans love to be angry and stay angry. We create complex ways to displace our anger and to perpetuate our anger. This is especially so if we use our anger to hide from dealing with more […] Tags:
Suffering and Coming through the Other Side4 December 2019
On Suffering, Pain, Injury and Your Emotions: City Physiotherapy | Your Empathic Pain Physiotherapy Team. Oscar Wilde died in December of 1900 from cerebral meningitis which came about from an injury he sustained whilst he was imprisoned for being gay. I’d like to think that nowadays the majority of people would say he had every right […] Tags:
Plantar Fasciopathy | Heel Pain27 November 2019
Plantar fasciopathy ( heel pain ) is a condition resulting in pain on the bottom of the heel due to changes to the collagen fibres, the blood vessels and the nerves in the tissue supporting the arch of your foot; and calcification is often present ( this might be in the form of a heel […] Tags:
Vertigo Treatment with Physiotherapy25 November 2019
Are you Experiencing Dizziness? Learn about Vertigo Treatment at City Physiotherapy Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo (BPPV) is a common disorder arising from the inner ear. BPPV is often associated with brief periods of vertigo or a ‘spinning’ sensation upon changes of position to the head. This can be as simple as rolling over in bed, […] Tags:
Understanding the “Why” behind Movement & Exercise22 November 2019
How do our mindset and beliefs around exercise affect the decisions we make? This blog explores the nitty-gritty of the “why” movement and exercise are beneficial to you in order to help you make the change you are seeking. As Physiotherapists, one part of our job is to provide evidence-based education to our patients about the […] Tags:
Tracking Your Injury Recovery Progress3 November 2019
Recovering from an injury takes time and tracking your injury recovery progress can be a challenging time for you. Your recovery process can be influenced by a large number of factors all influencing the time taken for you to fully recover. Depending on the severity, nature and duration of your injury, it can take longer […] Tags:
Breaking the cycle of chronic pain. What is chronic pain?1 November 2019
One in five Australian adults suffer from chronic pain. It affects one in five people globally and is the primary reason people seek medical treatment. In most cases, chronic pain starts with an acute injury or illness. Sometimes, what can happen, is that even after you’ve healed from an injury, surgery or other conditions, the pain […] Tags:
Jaw Pain in Runners11 October 2019
Experiencing jaw pain when running? Jaw pain in runners may not be that common, however experiencing jaw pain, whether during a run, exercise or at any time can be quite debilitating. Jaw pain in runners is something that does affect quite a few people – so don’t think you are alone if you experience jaw […] Tags:
Sprained Ankle in Runners30 September 2019
It’s true that most of us don’t want to stop running when we are in injured. How often have you heard someone say their ankle injury was just a twisted ankle? As Physiotherapists in a busy sports injury clinic, we hear this quite a bit, but unfortunately, it is often well after someone sprains their […] Tags:
The Three Types of Empathy25 September 2019
The Three Types Of Empathy And Why You Need To Have Them To Be Successful Did you know there are three types of empathy? Cognitive empathy, emotional empathy and compassionate empathy. This article teaches us about all three types of empathy and why it is important to have all three in one person, […] Tags: