20 Mar

Hip and Groin Pain

Hip pain is often felt in the groin region. The pain can be quite sharp especially whilst walking, getting out of the car, and sitting. Groin pain can be a symptom of hip joint problems. There are other injuries and problems that cause groin pain and we can also exclude those through a thorough examination. […]

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20 Mar

The Young Athlete

As parents we feel proud when our children take an interest in sport, especially if we enjoy it in our lives and see the benefits it brings. But children and growing teenagers are susceptible to injuries and we must be aware of some of the factors that can cause these injuries, and ways we can […]

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20 Mar

Sports Injury Management

Injury due to sport can be very frustrating. Often sport is our way to wind down and release the tensions of life. We become committed to our sport and enjoy the challenge. Sporting injuries can be acute or sudden (e.g. hamstring strain, calf tear, rolling your ankle) or they can be slowly grumbling away until […]

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20 Mar

Tendon Pain

It is hard to identify if you have tendon pain or not. The following areas are the most common tendon problems. Tendon pain typically presents with a gradual onset of pain in one area. Often to start with the pain may be during an activity and then stops after. Typically, the pain is not enough […]

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20 Mar

Shoulder Pain

The main causes of shoulder pain can be: Referral from the neck- The neck joints and discs can radiate some symptoms into the shoulder masquerading as shoulder pain. If you have had a painful or stiff neck and then get shoulder pain there may be some symptoms that start in the neck. Pain can stem […]

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20 Mar

Neck Pain

Neck pain can be a problem for many of us. Often it is something we live with and only when it becomes unbearable do we seek help. The neck or cervical spine is a complex structure made up of 7 cervical vertebrae. The vertebra rest above each other and they move from the facet joints. […]

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20 Mar

JY Physio – How do we treat hip and groin pain

Hip pain is often felt in the groin region. The pain can be quite sharp especially whilst walking, getting out of the car, and sitting. Groin pain can be a symptom of hip joint problems. There are other injuries and problems that cause groin pain and we can also exclude those through a thorough examination. […]

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20 Mar

How we treat Knee Pain

Knee pain can come on suddenly and can be quite limiting in nature. It can affect your daily activities such as walking, stairs and getting up from chairs. The knee can often feel swollen and stiff and sharp pains make us feel apprehensive about moving the knee. There are many different pain-producing problems in the […]

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20 Mar

Mechanical back pain

Mechanical back pain is low back pain that often starts without an obvious reason and can be fairly painful or acute. Our body is able to cope with a large amount of physical load or strain before it starts to complain. During your day you can put active and passive loads on your spinal structures. […]

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