Category Archives: Back & Neck
Sciatica is a commonly treated condition at the physio clinic. It is pain of the nerve (sciatic nerve) that runs from the lower spine (lumbar spine) down to the foot. It can present as pain anywhere along the route of … Continue reading
There has been a recent increase in presentation of neck and back pain due to overuse of mobile devices. I first encountered this type of pain a few years ago when a gentleman came into the clinic in January with … Continue reading
The Pilates technique was originally created by Joseph Pilates in the early 1900’s, and it remains one of the most popular movement techniques in the world today. The principals of Pilates are breath, centering, control, precision and routine, they make it one of the best exercise … Continue reading
Most people can expect to experience some neck pain in their lifetime. It is not always possible to identify the exact cause of neck pain but 99% of the time it is not serious and for the majority of … Continue reading
Neck Headaches or Cervicogenic Headache, is when your headache is caused by a neck joint problem. Your neck headache can come from different areas in the neck, including the upper neck joints, upper neck discs and neck muscles. Your neck and … Continue reading
Whiplash is quite a commonly seen injury at Motion Physio Clinic, Prosperous. It occurs due to a sudden acceleration and deceleration of the neck causing rapid movement of the body. It is usually due to a motor vehicle accident, but … Continue reading
It is great that Christmas has come around again and I hope everyone has great Christmas plans this year. Unfortunately, the Christmas period can lead to pain due to long car journeys, sitting awkwardly in front of the TV for … Continue reading
It’s that time of year for some advice to avoid back pain during the festive season. Follow the tips below for the next few weeks so you get to Christmas day painfree!
I hurt my back, so I will probably have bad back pain from now on While Low Back Pain (LBP) can be very painful, most people make a very good recovery, with no significant changes to their quality of … Continue reading
80% of the population will experience Low Back Pain in their lifetime. In one year, 50% of the population will suffer Low Back Pain.