rehab

Functional Shoulder Assessment

2018-11-30T14:08:43+10:00

Functional Shoulder Assessment When we assess patients with pain and injury we really need to look at how things work as a whole. Taking an Osteopathic approach to the assessment of shoulder pain means we’ll look at the movement and function of the scapular (shoulder blade), the thoracic [...]

Functional Shoulder Assessment2018-11-30T14:08:43+10:00

Building shoulder strength

2018-11-30T14:18:57+10:00

Building shoulder strength Shoulders are difficult…  They are the highly mobile & agile connection between the arms and trunk, with the scapula (shoulder blade) connecting the two. This arrangement allows you to push, pull, reach and twist in an array of functional movements, making your upper limbs incredibly [...]

Building shoulder strength2018-11-30T14:18:57+10:00

Pelvic Floor Problems

2018-11-30T15:49:56+10:00

Pelvic Floor Problems In general, there is not a good public understanding of what the pelvic floor is and what it does. To some degree, it’s a phrase like “rotator cuff” or “hip flexors” that is used often but without a good appreciation of what’s being talked [...]

Pelvic Floor Problems2018-11-30T15:49:56+10:00

The Pelvic Floor

2018-11-30T14:56:24+10:00

The Pelvic Floor The “pelvic floor” refers to a group of muscles that attach to the front, back and sides of the pelvic bone and sacrum (the large bone at the bottom of your spine, just above the tailbone). Like a sling or hammock, these muscles support [...]

The Pelvic Floor2018-11-30T14:56:24+10:00