Jigsaw Neck

Jigsaw Neck

“Jigsaw” neck! An unusual symptom of Lockdown! Interesting that we sometimes see a run of problems relating to a specific situation. Years ago we had a number of low back issues from people sitting in the cinema (remember those days?) watching the film “Titanic”- which was a looooong film! In the last three weeks I…

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Posterolateral corner of the knee

Posterolateral corner of the knee

I’ve been treating a patient who had a nasty skiing injury and amongst other things had a complex injury to the posterolateral corner of the knee or PLC. Not so common as Meniscal (MCL) and Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) damage. What is the PLC? The PLC is made up of of multiple ligaments and tendons…

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PoTS

PoTS

Another unusual condition we see at the clinic that affects rehabilitation is PoTS – Postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome. Some people experience postural hypotension, which is lightheadedness when standing up too fast. This is caused by low blood pressure due to , factors such as dehydration, medication and anaemia – This is NOT PoTS. So what…

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Bell's Palsy

Bell's Palsy

Been treating a couple of patients with Bell’s Palsy recently. A condition that has no small psychological impact. If you know someone who has it, they need to access treatment ASAP. Please contact the clinic for more information. What is it?   Bell’s palsy is a condition where the facial nerve (7th cranial nerve) becomes…

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