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Hydrotherapy Classes or Aquatic Physiotherapy: Mount Barker & Payneham Adelaide

  How can hydrotherapy classes assist your rehabilitation from surgery? The buoyancy helps to alleviate the strain on your joints including the cartilage and soft tissues structures. This effectively alleviates pain, permitting greater range in the water. It enables exercise of the muscles around the joint, relatively pain free. The warmth of the water additionally…


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How hydrotherapy can help rehabilitation from surgery: by Adelaide Physiotherapist Lauren

How can hydrotherapy classes assist your pre and post rehabilitation from surgery?     Hydrotherapy is a form of exercise rehabilitation that takes place in a warm pool, led by an experienced Physiotherapist. The pool is shallower allowing you to stand in water either waist or chest height to perform your own tailored exercises. It…


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Are you currently breastfeeding? Tips to prevent mastitis: Postnatal Physio Adelaide

Are you currently breastfeeding? Keep yourself feeling well with these tips to prevent mastitis.   What is mastitis? Breasts are composed of three main structures; lobes, ducts and fatty/fibrous tissue. The lobes are comprised of an intricately connected network of lobules that produce your breast milk. Your breast milk is carried from each lobe through…


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3 best tips for selecting footwear to ease your foot or knee pain by Mount Barker Adelaide Physiotherapist Deb Wadham

3 best tips for selecting footwear to ease your pain   1. The shoe needs to be secure on the foot I like to think of this as the “shake test”. If you shake your foot, would it fall off? Your shoe needs to hold securely on your foot, otherwise you will need to claw…