Joe takes us through the basic squat – how can so many people get it wrong!
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The Physiologic Team
“my doctor told me I have arthritis and there’s nothing that can be done about it”
So many patients over the years have said this exact statement to me, nothing could be further from the truth!
The emotional impact of your arthritis is huge and includes
We are on a rant and have created a FREE VIDEO which explains
Following knee surgery, your surgeon will likely suggest you see a physiotherapist for post surgical rehabilitation. This rehabilitation is an important part of optimizing your recovery and ensuring that you return to full function. Your physiotherapist will discuss the post surgical rehabilitation process with you depending on the type of surgery that you have had.
After knee surgery, the best exercise to help regain range of motion and strength is the stationary bike. You will typically need enough bend in your knee before starting this exercise. You may also need to adjust the seat height to a slightly higher position than usual to make it more comfortable for your first couple of attempts.
Once comfortable with your position on the bike, begin 10-15 minutes of little to no resistance pedaling, aiming to keep a regular speed and rhythm throughout.
If you experience no significant aggravation in pain or swelling in your knee following your time on the stationary bike, then you can gradually increase duration and resistance over the coming weeks.
Jess is our post-operative rehab physio and is getting amazing results with lower and upper limb conditions – ring us on 55787155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book any post operative surgery rehab with Jess
If my back is hurt I will have permanent back pain: although initially your pain may be high, the back is a strong structure, designed to move, and permanent damage is rare.
If I have back pain I should stay in bed and rest: although avoiding aggravating activities is wise initially, prolonged bed rest may actually make your back pain worse. Keeping active and gradually increasing your activity as your pain settles is the best approach.
The more back pain I have, the more my spine is damaged: Pain and damage are poorly related. A paper cut is a great example of this! Pain levels differ between individuals for a variety of reasons – two people with the same injury can feel vastly different amounts of pain.
My pain is due to something being ‘out of place‘: Despite the widely adopted language, discs and bones do not randomly ‘pop in and out’. Research shows that the most disabled people with low back pain are those that hold the belief that there is a problem with the structure of their spine.
I need an x-ray or scan for my back pain: Not necessarily. A large proportion of back pain is ‘non-specific’, or in other words, won’t really show anything with X-rays or even CT/MRI scans. Most adults will have spine changes upon imaging. These tests should be reserved for those where more serious problems are present.
You should always seek help with a sore back – with correct education and advice your risk of long term problems will be minimal. We understand back pain and have been treating it for years with great patient outcomes.
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Winter is here and with those aches and pains getting worse over the colder months it’s the perfect time to focus on arthritis.
Are you fed up with being told that you have arthritis and cant do anything about it ?
So are we!
So many patients who have this problem are badly advised and dont get the help they need. Often this advice may come from friends, doctors or others
We would like to invite you all to our FREE Arthritis seminar night at Physiologic. We will talk about all types of arthritis including osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
On the night
Date: Wed 22nd June
Everyone is welcome however spaces are limited – ring 55787155 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to book your place.