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Neck and Back Pain

Neck and Back Pain

Do you suffer from neck and back pain?
Do you want to be able to:

  • Turn your head more easily?
  • Sleep through the night comfortably?
  • Do you want to wake up feeling fresh and relaxed?
  • Do you want to be able to check blind spots while driving without the fear of neck pain?

Neck and back pain can be debilitation and can have a huge impact on your daily life.

  • Did you know 80% of Australians experience neck and back discomfort at some point in their life and 10% have a significant disability as a result of their symptoms
  • Physiotherapists can help you understand how to manage your neck and back health, reduce symptoms and discomfort and improve quality of life
  • Looking after your neck and back symptoms can also boost your ability to perform daily activities which you enjoy most

Maintain neck and back health

  • We work with you to improve your posture
  • We provide hands on treatment in our clinic or at the comfort of your own home
  • We use a variety of treatment options to minimize pain and strengthen your muscles to minimise discomfort

Enjoy more of you and book now!

Contact us today on 02 8006 9111 to make a booking. Alternatively you can email us on info@dev.corporatephysios.com.au. Our Physiotherapists are Medicare, NDIS, DVA and Work Cover approved, specialising in injury management and rehabilitation to get you back to full function.

 

 

Sitting posture

Sitting posture

Unless we are involved in a labour intensive job, for most of us we will spend a lot of time in sitting. This might include sitting to commute to work, sitting at work in an office or sitting down to have a meal. As such, having good sitting posture is important to prevent chronic joint and muscle injuries.

Following are a few tips on how to sit correctly:

  1. Sit up with your back straight and your shoulders back
  2. Rest your back against the back of the chair
  3. Distribute your body weight evenly on both hips
  4. Bend your knees at a right angle
  5. Keep your feet flat on the floor

 

Ajit Singh Lamba
Physiotherapist
Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta
www.dev.corporatephysios.com.au

Aged Care Physiotherapy

Aged Care Physiotherapy

Aged Care Physiotherapy

As we age, our ability to move freely can easily diminish due to pain, stiffness, health problems, or due to a specific injury. Aged care Physiotherapy is a specialized field in which experienced Physiotherapists devote their time.

Evidence suggests that if you continue to exercise regularly to keep physically fit, you are subsequently increasing your chances of living a healthier life. Aged care Physiotherapy encourage people to stay active and can customise exercises for people based on age and physical condition.

Physiotherapists working in Aged care are skilled in creating personalised exercise programs for seniors. Physiotherapists can help those who are limited due to arthritis, stroke, a fracture, osteoporosis, and heart disease or even healthy people who just want improve their exercise routine and muscle movement. In some areas, physiotherapists run special fitness classes for seniors.

Speak to Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta and see how we can help you.

Sciatica pain treatment

Not all back pain is Sciatica

Did you know, not all back pain is Sciatica?

Sciatica pain treatment: Sciatica is a condition characterized by pain which shoots down the leg from the lower back. This pain may go down the back, outside, or front of the leg – depending on which nerve is affected. Typically, symptoms are only on one side of the body. It is rare to feel symptoms bilaterally. Certain causes can result in pain on both sides. Lower back pain is sometimes but not always present. Weakness or numbness may occur in various parts of the affected leg and foot.

Get in touch with Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta for expert advice and treatment. Walking distance from Parramatta and Harris Park stations. For enquiries call us on 0479 080 800 or info@dev.corporatephysios.com.au

sciatica pain

Sciatic Nerve

Sciatica Pain

Suffering from Sciatica Pain? Did you know the Sciatic nerve is the largest nerve in the human body?

Pain which can originate in your lower back and travels into your leg with or without pins and needles, numbness and burning sensations can be associated with Sciatic nerve pain.

Sciatica Nerve Pain

Sciatica is often characterized by one or more of the following symptoms:

  • Constant pain in only one side of the buttock or leg (rarely in both legs)
  • Pain that is worse when sitting
  • Leg pain that is often described as burning, tingling, or searing (versus a dull ache)
  • Weakness, numbness, or difficulty moving the leg, foot, and/or toes
  • A sharp pain that may make it difficult to stand up or walk
  • Pain that radiates down the leg and possibly into the foot and toes (it rarely occurs only in the foot)

Sciatic pain can vary from infrequent and irritating to constant and incapacitating. Symptoms are usually based on the location of the pinched nerve.

Get in touch with Physiotherapy Professionals Parramatta for expert advice and treatment. Walking distance from Parramatta and Harris Park stations. For enquiries call us on 0479 080 800 or info@dev.corporatephysios.com.au

hamstring

A closer look at the Hamstrings

A closer look at the Hamstrings

Hamstring muscle group:

Did you know, the hamstring muscle group actually consists of three individual muscles? All three muscle bellies originate at the base of the pelvis and attach just under the knee joint.

The Hamstrings consist of the Biceps Femoris, Semitendinosus and the Semimembranosus muscles. These muscles combined are primarily responsible for the flexion of the knee joint (bending of the knee).
The muscle group can be over loaded and strained as they are large action muscles. If enough load or sudden change in force is applied, the muscle can be damaged or strained. Unfortunately, hamstring strains are both common and can be painful. They generally affects all types of athletes who engage in a lot of running.