Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint dysfunction (SIJ Pain)

Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint dysfunction (SIJ Pain)

Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint dysfunction Article by Graceville Physiotherapist Molly Cartledge The sacroiliac joint or SIJ is a common complaint of patients presenting to physiotherapy [1]. The SIJ is a joint that sits between the sacrum at the bottom of the spine,...
July Newsletter

July Newsletter

July Newsletter Treatment of Sacroiliac Joint dysfunction (SIJ Pain) By Graceville Physio Molly Cartledge The sacroiliac joint or SIJ sits between the sacrum at the bottom of the spine, and the pelvis. This joint only allows small amounts of movement but is important...
Respiratory physiotherapy in the community: Bronchiectasis and other chronic conditions

June Newsletter

June Newsletter Respiratory Physio and how it can help. By Graceville Physio Meg McGrath Respiratory physiotherapy is a relatively unknown area of physio, but not a new one. It has its roots in hospital physio, where physiotherapists traditionally would help with...
May Newsletter

May Newsletter

May Newsletter Treatment of Tennis Elbow By Graceville Physio Joni Levine Tennis elbow is an overuse injury of our forearm muscles that affects the common tendon of these muscles that is situated on the outer part of our elbow. It affects approximately 1-3% of all...