June Newsletter

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...
April Newsletter

April Newsletter

April Newsletter Getting older means changes to your body. Keeping active is an essential aspect of healthy ageing. Article by Graceville Physiotherapist Matt Fowler As we age, our bodies undergo several changes that can lead to an overall loss of strength, balance,...
March Newsletter

March Newsletter

March Newsletter Abdominal Separation Pregnancy related abdominal separation has many names – ab separation, diastasis, rectus abdominis diastasis (RAD) and diastasis of the rectus abdominis muscles (DRAM) to name a few! Essentially it refers to the distance...
February Newsletter

February Newsletter

February Newsletter The benefits of physiotherapy in the treatment of Jaw pain and TMJ Jaw pain and TMJ can occur due to issues with the associated muscles, ligaments and nerve supply. Common issues in patients who have jaw pain include bruxism (clenching), pain with...
January Newsletter

January Newsletter

January Newsletter Getting set for a healthy and pain free school year! Graceville Physio is offering ‘Gap Free Physio for kids’ in January 2021 as a way of getting your kids all set for a healthy and pain free school year!  It is a great opportunity...