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Aqua Physio Case Studies

Case Study: Inflammatory Disease

SG is a 44 year old woman who was originally diagnosed with Adult Stills disease in 1997, a rare inflammatory disease similar to Rheumatoid Arthritis that affects fewer than 1 out of 100,000 people each year.

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Case Study - Patient with a fractured thigh bone

DS is a good amateur level endurance cyclist. He was cycling to work in central London in July 2016 and was involved in a collision with a motorist. After x-rays were taken at St Thomas’s hospital it was established he had a complete fracture to his right femur (thigh bone).

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Case study - Total Knee Replacement

WW is a busy landlady, spending 12 hours a day on her feet almost 7 days a week so she was keen to get back on her feet as soon as possible. WW self-referred to Aqua-Physio 4 weeks post left total knee replacement surgery; and having had aquatic therapy following her right knee replacement 18 months prior to this, she knew of the benefits and was keen to progress with this knee.

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Case Study - Rugby player with a sprained ankle

NL sprained his ankle whilst playing Rugby. In order to maintain his fitness whilst injured and attempt to boost recovery time back to playing, the physiotherapy staff recommended NL to attend Aqua-Physio. He made an excellent recovery during this period and felt he had received first rate care. A successful return to Rugby was achieved.

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Case Study - Left 5th metatarsal pain after running

JP - Left 5th metatarsal pain after running BACKGROUND 33 year old male, previously a rugby player (prop). 2-3 months ago started training for the NYC marathon (coming up in 2 weeks, 6-11-16) Started getting pain 2-3 weeks ago in left foot after a long run. Previously torn right calf (10-12 years ago) **potentially favours or puts more pressure through L foot/leg habitually because of this**

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