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Monday, May 22, 2017

Anterior Knee Pain- Patellofemoral Joint Syndrome (PFJS)

By Will Dao Anterior knee pain is essentially pain at the front of the knee that can be caused from a variety of structures. However, it is sometimes used interchangeably with Patellofemoral joint pain syndrome (PFJS). The patellofemoral joint is simply the joint between the back of the knee cap (patella) and the front of […]

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Wednesday, May 10, 2017

Are you stressed? Meditation can help!

by Kevin & Nikki Jankelowitz Co Founders of Centred Meditation, Sydney CBD. Let’s face it – most of us are pretty stressed out and we have reason to be. We live in a hectic world. We are subject to constant demands and pressures by our bosses, our colleagues, our clients, our partners, our parents, our children, […]

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Wednesday, April 26, 2017

Kinesio Taping

What is it? Kinesio tape is an elastic adhesive tape made with cotton fibres. It was originally developed by a chiropractor by the name of Dr Kenzo Kase in 1979. It is a hypoallergenic tape that is also latex free and generally water-resistant. It should stay on for up to 3-5 days. Due to its […]

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Tuesday, April 4, 2017

Fix My Achilles Injury

So in our last blog “Achilles tendinopathy – Symptoms, Causes & misconceptions”, we explained the symptoms, causes & misconceptions around Achilles Tendinopathy. Today, we are going to discuss the best exercises to “Fix” Achilles Tendinopathy. Treatment Typically there is no one size fits all remedy with this injury, each case should be taken individually and […]

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Monday, March 20, 2017

Achilles tendinopathy- Symptoms, Causes & misconceptions

Today we’re going to talk through a very common injury that we see at Fix Physio- Achilles Tendinopathy. What is the Achilles tendon? The achilles tendon is one of the 2 main load bearing tendons in the lower limb along with the patella tendon of the knee. It is situated at the end of gastrocnemius […]

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Friday, January 15, 2016

ACL RECONSTRUCTION- THE PATIENT’S PERSPECTIVE BY JAYNE BLACKWELL (PROFESSIONAL TRAMPOLINE DODGEBALLER!?!)

I trawled the internet after I ruptured my ACL as I was keen to find some personal accounts of what surgery is like, how difficult the recovery is but I came up largely empty handed. The main stuff that I found was regarding what the ligament is, how it supports the knee and what the […]

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