The previous two parts on sacroiliac joint dysfunction have looked at the origins of this condition, how to identify and diagnose it, and how to...
Our first publication on the sacroiliac joint looked at the history of the problem and the signs and symptoms that are associated with this increasingly...
The Sacroiliac joint is the point in your back where the base of the spinal column (known as the sacrum) meets the pelvis-and leads onto...
Welcome back. Over the course of the previous two features on sleep we have focused on what we know about sleep (part one) and what...
Sleep, what can go wrong. In our last blog, we looked at the two segments of sleep (NREM and REM). In this publication we will...
Helping with sleep – Introduction. Almost 1 in 3 people globally will suffer from some sort of sleep disturbance in the next year. Poor sleep...
Mold Physiotherapy is currently offering helpful courses in combating burnout by focusing on sleep, nutrition and exercise.
Muscle pain affects an astonishing 85% of the general population at some time. That means almost everyone will experience pain, loss of movement, poor sleep and be made to feel generally miserable by muscle pain.
Summer has always been heralded as the time to get out, be active and exercise. The fine weather, warm conditions and late evenings invite us to get out and walk, run, cycle and play team sports.
A few posts back I talked about how seated posture is becoming a more prevalent cause of pain in joints and muscles. Today i’m going to continue on from that and talk about alignment which seems to be another one of those terms I seem to be discussing with my patients and educating them on.
We are getting older as a population and keeping the body and the mind healthy is starting to be widely recognized as an important step to ensure optimal longevity.
Adrenal stress is one of the latest buzz terms with modern life. So to continue on this subject I have found some interesting and very simple methods of managing adrenal stress.
Treating pain is one thing, finding it’s cause is like solving a crime. There are clues, you need to spot them. There are suspects, you need to ask questions about them.
Endurance training is very popular, I mean really popular! It’s hard not to look out the window of your car and see folks running the streets of my home town of Auckland.
Most people have the motivation to exercise and be healthy but what we believe makes a difference at Mold is that we can find the exercises and healthy choices that suit you.
The purpose of deep friction massage is to maintain the mobility within the soft tissue structures of ligament, tendon, and muscle and prevent adherent scars from forming.
Extensor tendinopathy (or tennis elbow) is what is known as an ‘overuse’ injury of the forearm muscles that run from the back of the hand into the elbow.
I get a lot of patients who spend a lot of time with knee pain and who spend even more time to rolling out their ilio-tibial band (ITB) with a foam roller. Now foam rollers are very useful pieces of kit but I’ve got to say this. They are no good on the ITB.
Many people suffer from tight “knotty” muscles or ‘trigger points’ the most common of which are usually located in the neck and shoulders.
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