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Opening your bowels after giving Birth – 6 Simple Tips from Women’s Health Physio Kate Goode my Physio SA

Going to the bathroom to open your bowels after birth for the first time can be a worrisome prospect for many new mothers. One of the reasons for this is the lack of knowledge and information available on the topic, it’s not something many friends or family talk about, or share their experiences of! Thanks…

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Kinetic Control Concept: What is it? How can help hip, knee and foot pain? Adelaide Physiotherapist Anthony Sheridan Explains

Have you tried different types of therapy to help your persistent body problem? Have other therapies failed? Then read this case study by Anthony, Associate Physiotherapist at myPhysioSA Mount Barker. He explains why the Kinetic Control Concept could work for you and what it actually is.   I have been using the Kinetic Control Concept…

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Are you a runner or walker? Do you get niggly calf, knee or hip issues while running? Advice from my Physio SA Adelaide

It could be you running or walking style that is contributing to your symptoms.   Running and walking are both a very repetitive activities. Running, particularly, also involves a relatively high level of impact; that is the amount of force going through your joints and muscles. Some studies suggest that during running the lower limb…

Common AFL Football Injuries and What you can do to prevent them my Physio SA Adelaide Sports Physiotherapist

Common AFL Football injuries that we see include: Ankle Sprains Knee Ligament (ACL) Injuries AC joint (Shoulder) injuries   Australian Rules Football (AFL) is one of favourite Australian sporting past times, played by all genders, ages and skill level. However, with a 360-degree nature to the modern game, injuries are all too frequent, whether it…

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) – Drug Free Pain Relief for use in Labour my Physio SA for her – Women’s Health Physiotherapy

Transcutaneous Electrical Nerve Stimulation (TENS) is a drug free and non-invasive form of pain relief commonly used during labour. TENS works by sending electrical impulses through the skin to the nerves, which is thought to reduce the brain’s perception of pain by altering the warning signals received from the uterus, cervix and vagina. It is…