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Category Archives: Hip & Knee

Osteoarthritis – What do I do about OA?

How will I know if my symptoms are due to osteoarthritis? Continue reading

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Netball Injuries

Netball injuries can be seen and managed by the physiotherapist to ensure a speedy recovery and allow you to get back to the sport you love! Continue reading

Posted in Client Education, Foot & Ankle, Hip & Knee, Sports, Lifestyle & Miscellaneous |

ACL injuries in AFL Football

Knee Injuries that have Prehabilitation (before Surgery Physiotherapy treatment) tend to fare better than if you have surgery without Physio prior. Continue reading

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Patello-femoral Knee Pain

At Paddington Physiotherapy & Podiatry, you can see a Physio for your patello-femoral pain first and then the Podiatrist if you require Orthotics to assist in maintaining a painfree knee. Contact us now. Continue reading

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Weight versus your Knees – break the cycle

Knee pain prevents the exercise that is necessary to manage the weight. Continue reading

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Pain in the back of the Knee? – Baker’s Cyst

See your Physiotherapist for ways you can help manage the discomfort of a Baker’s cyst.
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Hip Pain – Not to be ignored

A large percentage of hip degeneration stems from untreated stiffness that worsens over time. Continue reading

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Patello-femoral joint pain – a common cause of knee pain

Immediate, appropriate treatment in patients with patellofemoral pain is essential to ensure a speedy recovery. Continue reading

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Recurrent Hamstring Strain

There is another less known but very common hamstring injury, hamstring tendinopathy that often occurs at the origin of the muscle. This injury is more likely to occur in distance runners & has both an endurance or fatigue component & a stabilising role. Continue reading

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