Back pain: The Physical Worker
In our previous blog we discussed how back pain can be caused by sedentary occupations or lifestyle. In this blog we will look at back pain caused by manual jobs.
Back pain: The Sedentary Worker
This blog focuses specifically on back pain which is caused by sedentary occupations or a sedentary lifestyle
Arthritis of the Hands - Article by Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide
This blog focuses on arthritis of the hands and how physiotherapy can help manage this condition
How physiotherapy and healthcare is changing – new evidence and best practice
In this blog we explore changing physiotherapy and healthcare in light of new evidence based findings.
Pregnancy – Physiotherapist’s Advice
While pregnancy is a very exciting and happy time for most moms, it does come with certain challenges. In this blog we discuss what some of these are and how physiotherapy can assist women during this important time of their lives.
Pregnancy – Fitness and General Wellbeing
Exercising during pregnancy can be a difficult task. Many factors need to be taken into account. Here we look at some important things which need to be considered to make sure that you stay active and fit but most importantly that the exercise you are doing is safe for you.
Correct Technique When Exercising - Article by Justin Balbir and Margarita Gurevich, published in the Great Health Guide
From the viewpoint of physiotherapists, using the correct technique when exercising is crucial to preventing injury and maximising the effectiveness for your body. Here we explain how correct technique will impact your training.
Headaches - How Can Physiotherapy Help?
Find out how physiotherapy, including electrotherapy and SCENAR therapy can help with headaches, sometimes even stubborn ones which have not previously responded to treatment.
A New Approach To Physiotherapy Management - Directional Bias
At Health Point Physiotherapy we place a big emphasis on continuous professional development. This means that you, as the patient, will be receiving only the most effective evidence-based and clinically proven treatments. Directional bias is a new and highly beneficial treatment method.