This function is critical in order to reduce the wear and tear on the joints that would occur daily if they were not stabilized.
Lingering, recurrent pains at the back of the ankle is a condition commonly caused by Achilles tendinitis and later tendinosis.
An ankle sprain is an injury to the ligaments of the ankle joint. The ligaments are strong bands of tissue that are attached to the bones above and below the ankle joint.
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Nose Creek Sport Physiotherapy will classify and customize an appropriate rehabilitation program for chronic lower back pain.
Proper office ergonomics – including correct chair height, adequate equipment spacing and good desk posture – can help you and your joints at work.
Neck problems can be a common cause of frequent headaches and create an uncomfortable interference with your every day life.
All Nose Creek Physiotherapists have specialized, post-graduate training to address jaw pain (TMJD).
Knee injuries are typically accompanied by pain, swelling or locking of the knee joint.
A common presentation of lower back pain includes sciatica often caused by a lumbar spine disc injury.
Physiotherapists believe strengthening exercises are an important part of treatment to relieve discomfort in the neck.
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Plantar fasciitis is a painful condition affecting the bottom of the foot.  It is a common cause of heel pain.
Postural stretches will give your body a chance to straighten up.
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Shoulder Injuries require comprehensive rehabilitation exercise programs to be successful to restore your function and give you pain relief.
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Tennis elbow (also Lateral Epicondylitis) a condition affecting the origin of the tendon of the muscles that extend/straighten the wrist.
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Whiplash is a sprain of the joints and muscles in the neck resulting from an impact that causes the head to be “whipped” forwards and backwards.