Plantar Fasciitis – Your Path to Recovery

12/03/2020

If you haven’t experienced it, you’ve probably heard about it. Plantar fasciitis is a common condition which mainly affects keen runners and hikers, but it can occur in anyone who is on their feet a…

Achilles Tendinopathy – Contributing Factors and Treatment Options

12/03/2020

If you’re a runner, you’ve probably heard about achilles tendonitis before. This is one of the most common foot injuries seen by physios, and it is characterised by sharp pain at the back of the…

Recognising the Signs of Scoliosis

13/02/2020

Abnormal curvature of the spine is usually due to a condition known as scoliosis, which affects around 3% of the population. Scoliosis is normally a straightforward diagnosis, with an easy to distinguish ‘S’ shape to…

Trochanteric (Hip) Bursitis – What is it, and How is it Treated?

19/01/2020

Hip pain is never a pleasant experience, and it’s something which can affect people both young and old. One of the most common hip related conditions is trochanteric bursitis, and in this blog post Brunswick…

Niggling Heel Pain? You May Have Plantar Fasciitis

17/12/2019

The plantar fascia is a thick and fibrous ligament which runs along the sole of your feet and up to the calcaneus (heel bone), and it plays an important role in shock absorption and arch…

Managing Low Back Pain

13/11/2019

Low back pain is one of the most common conditions treated by physiotherapists around the world. Whilst it is generally not serious in nature, the persistent pain and discomfort can limit employment and leisure opportunities…

5 Most Common Tennis Injuries and Treatment at Brunswick Heads Physio

16/10/2019

Spring is here, and if you’re a keen tennis player you’ll no doubt be gearing up to get back on the court.  Whilst tennis is not a high-intensity sport, we still see many people presenting…

Experiencing Headache? Brunswick Heads Physio Can help Alleviate Headache Symptoms

16/09/2019

Headaches are never a fun experience, especially when the aches and pains linger on for days on end. Sometimes this can be accompanied by neck and shoulder pain, nausea and even noise and light sensitivity….

Pinched Nerve – Causes and Treatment at Brunswick Heads Physio

13/08/2019

If you’ve ever felt severe ongoing pain in your neck, lower back or wrist then chances are you may be suffering from a trapped nerve (also called pinched nerve or neural entrapment). This pain usually…

Stress Fractures – Beware of the Signs

16/07/2019

Stress fractures are one of the most common injuries experienced by active individuals, but it’s easy to miss the warning signs as in the beginning the symptoms tend to be rather benign. However, symptoms should…

Workplace Health and Safety – Shoulder Pain Prevention

22/05/2019

Working at your computer might not seem like such a demanding task, but it can contribute towards the development of shoulder pain and discomfort. Modern lifestyles are increasingly sedentary, and the average office worker will…