Physiomac Physiotherapy

News

Welome to our news page whereby we will attempt to keep you up-to-date with the latest information about Physiomac Physiotherapy and general news within the field of physiotherapy.

  • Shoulder Pain Update

    Friday 15th December 2017

    Last month I wrote a short Facebook post[https://www.facebook.com/Physiomac/posts/1499128736802939] discussing the importance of ensuring appropriate diagnosis for the causes of shoulder pain to ensure that patients subsequently receive appropriate treatment with the aim of maximising rehabilitation benefits. In summary I believe patients should know what they are dealing with so they can be helped to deal with it properly!
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  • June 2017

    Tuesday 13th June 2017

    It's time for a little update with regards to recent events at Physiomac as we now approach the half-way point of 2017....
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  • Low Back Pain

    Monday 6th February 2017

    Low back pain affects between 80-90% of the population in the UK at some point in their lives and is one of the leading causes of disability and poor health outcomes.
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  • Knee Pain and Physiotherapy

    Tuesday 24th January 2017

    Are you over 45 and with knee pain in the absence of significant trauma? Have you been told that you have a cartilage/meniscus tear?
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  • January 2017: Physiotherapy in Tennis

    Sunday 15th January 2017

    Time for a little update as we now firmly move into 2017:
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  • November 2011

    The new website is currently undergoing an MOT. Soon you will be able to link in to Facebook via one of the above links. Please stay tuned to find out more information and keep up-to-date with the latest news at Physiomac. In the mean time, have a look below at some pictures sent to us courtesy of Professor Gordon Mckay from a course the Physiomac team attended in June at Glasgow University. This was a great learning day for all of us as we got to work with one of the top orthopaedic surgeons in Scotland, gained a great insight into the human anatomy, and even had the opportunity to perform surgery- albeit on cadavers!
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