Jean Hudson

Understanding Physiotherapy

18 August 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

There are some injuries, diseases or disabilities that may leave you requiring pain management, massage, movement help, advice and education on improving the quality of your life, exercise, manual therapy, stiffness reduction, rehabilitation, etc. You may be required to visit a physiotherapy clinic to get the help you need. Here is further insight into physiotherapy.  Who Is a Physiotherapist? They are specialists with vast knowledge and experience on a person's anatomy and physiology, meaning that they can professionally administer the treatments mentioned above. Read More …

4 Interesting Facts About Physiotherapy

23 March 2020
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

Physiotherapy is an effective way to get rid of muscle pains, improve muscle strength and restore the functionality of an injured body part. The article below discusses a few interesting facts about physiotherapy.  Fact 1: Physiotherapy and Massage Most people confuse physiotherapy with massage. Well, the truth is, the two are intimately connected. While physiotherapy is not massage, massage is a type of physiotherapy. Physiotherapy is mainly offered in medical settings by trained and experienced physiotherapists. Read More …

Important Considerations for Hiring A Sports Physiotherapist

20 December 2019
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

If you or someone close to you is involved in competitive sports, you need to hire a sports physiotherapist. A physiotherapist gives massages to players, advice on stretching and warm-up exercises as well as provides first aid. He or she can also check the healing progress of old injuries. Having a good physiotherapist will enhance the performance of a player. The care of a physiotherapist can help prevent little problems from worsening. Read More …

Using Osteopathy to Heal Herniated Spinal Discs

12 November 2019
 Categories: Health & Medical , Blog

The spinal discs are in place to absorb any shock which might come from falls, twists and any sudden movements of the spine. The discs are held in place by vertebrae above and below them. They are also sealed into place by ligaments running on both sides of the spine. However, sometimes, excess pressure on the spine can lead to the soft center of the disc getting out of alignment, which is known as disc herniation. Read More …

What to Do If Back Pain Has You Sidelined

24 September 2019
 Categories: , Blog

Famed novelist Leo Tolstoy said that the human body is a 'machine for living', but you may have taken his advice too literally last week, as you certainly appear to have overdone it. You're suffering from some excruciating lower back pain, which is the body's way of telling you that you have overstepped the mark. What have you done wrong and what could you change in the future, but more importantly, how can you fix this? Read More …