There are many types of head or cervical discomfort that a physiologist maybe able to assist with. Including the relief and management of pain, increased function and improved quality of life.
Injuries of the upper limb rehabilitation from return to sport to management of spain including those associated with
Rotator cuff (shoulder): impingements, clicking noises, discomforts or pains during overhead tasks
Elbows: rehabilitation of injuries and discomforts including golfers and tennis elbow.
Improved function of the hand and wrist caused by the repetitive strain of a desk, manual labour job or sporting incident often resulting in carpel tunnel.
Trunk, Lumbar and Pelvic region: osteoarthritis commonly found in the lumbar region. Stability of the trunk to better manage the pain brought about by degeneration or disc herniation. Pelvic floor compliancy targeting the strengthening of the pelvic floor to assist in increasing muscle control and restoring freedom and independence.
Lower limbs including the hip, knee, ankle and foot are all succeptible to the onset of osteoarthritis managed by specific exercise interventions. Post-operative hip and knee replacement therapies to help strengthen the crucial structures of the limb to allow pain free movement. Maximisation of recovery and return to sport/ play from muscle strains or tears as well as preventing potential future injuries.
Metabolic Health and exercise
Chronic Cardiovascular diseases:
Cardiac health and Exercise
High blood pressure
Post heart attack
Other chronic heart conditions: atrial fibrillation
Pulmonary health and exercise
Neuromuscular health and exercise