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Focus On: Sports Injuries

The term Sports Injury covers a multitude of injuries caused by particpation in sport which tend to fall under 2 main categories: Acute Injuries - Injuries caused by a single traumatic event like fractures, dislocations, sprains and strains. Over-use Injuries - Injuries caused by repetitive micro trauma to tendons, bones and joints like tennis elbow, shin splints, runners knee and achilles tendinitis.

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Focus On: Ankle Fractures

Ankle fractures are extremely common and can be classified in various ways depending on the mechanism by which the fracture occurred and where the bony and ligament lesions are. Treatment can be more conservative if the ankle is still relatively stable through non-invasive reduction and immobilisation (such as with a walking boot or cast). However, if the fracture is severe enough surgical intervention may be required.

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5 Of The Best…....Tips To Staying Active In Winter

As the colder weather threatens to arrive, conditions are less conducive to getting out and staying active and healthy. Is it so easy to spend the coldest parts of the winter in doors, wrapped up, without realising how much your normal level of activity drops. Here are a few tips to stay active and healthy through the winter:

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Focus On: Shoulder Injuries and Surgery

Your shoulder is the most flexible joint in your body. It allows you to place and rotate your arm in many positions in front, above, to the side, and behind your body. This flexibility also makes your shoulder susceptible to instability and injury. Most problems in the shoulder involve the muscles, ligaments, and tendons. Athletes are especially susceptible to shoulder problems. In athletes, shoulder problems can develop slowly through repetitive and intensive training routines.

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Focus On: Ante & Post Natal Aquatic Physiotherapy

A few years ago expectant mums were advised to avoid physical activity, but exercise is now encouraged at all stages of pregnancy - with even those who were not physically active prior to pregnancy being encouraged to stay fit by their healthcare providers. Aquatic therapy is a safe, gentle way to maintain strength and cardiovascular fitness throughout pregnancy, which has shown to help reduce complications during labour and speed up post-natal recovery. Hydrotherapy can even alleviate symptoms of PGP or low back pain!

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