Category: Physiotherapy

Physiotherapy News and Information – Articles related to our Physios, their practices, our clinic locations, and new developments in the science of Physiotherapy.

Our clinical research team join other physiotherapists and professionals around the world regularly for conferences and symposiums, along with our own in-house research, keeping Sydney West Physio at the front and centre of physio news and scientific advancement.

Ankle-Foot Orthosis – with you, every step you take

Sometimes in the presence of conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injuries, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, peripheral neuropathy and arthritis and fractures in the ankle and foot, the natural rolling movement from heel to toe is affected making walking difficult, unsafe and requiring more effort with compensatory movements from the legs and body.

I’ve torn my meniscus, now what?

Meniscal injuries are common among sportspeople and can occur alone or in combination with ligamentous injuries. They can occur from an acute injury or due to wear and tear overtime. This blog will help you to identify the signs of a meniscus injury and the treatment options available to you.

“Less is more” – is it truly the case?

After surgery or admittance to hospital, rehabilitation programs are commonly required to get people back on track and improve their function and mobility. A lot of the research reports the importance of repetitive practice of exercises and tasks, yet often patients are inactive outside the rehabilitation sessions. So …”Less may not be more”.