so you feel better.
At Pure Physio we take a unique approach to physiotherapy treatment.
We pride ourselves on going beyond the basics. Learn more about the approach our physios take to ensure a better result for you.
Great tips for people who work from home on a laptop or students studying at home/the library.
In Part 2 of our July CPD, Kate Senini discusses the tools to building a solid relationship between a Physiotherapist and a patient.
Historically, society's perceptions of 'physiotherapy treatment' were of a passive treatment process in which the physiotherapist would merely 'treat' the patient. However, science and medicine have evolved, which means our Physiotherapy practice has too. This three part blog delves into the details of why, and how we can work together to achieve great outcomes.
Physiotherapy can encompass different treatment tools, one of which is dry needling. For those that don’t know, dry needling is the use of inserting fine needles for the purpose of reducing tension and pain. The needles are ‘dry’ as no fluid is being inserted or removed. “But how can sticking needles in me make me better?” I hear you cry!
In June, our professional development session looked at upper limb injuries. One key take-home message is not to wait long before getting a professional opinion and assessment if you have a major sprain, finger dislocation or loss of hand/finger movement.