Post Operative Physiotherapy

Post Operative Physiotherapy

Why do I need Post Operative Physiotherapy? The simple answer is that the aim of Post Operative Physiotherapy is to help you get back to ‘normal’ after your surgery . The first ‘phase’ of your post-operative physiotherapy will often be to build up the muscle tone and...
Post Operative Physiotherapy

Hip surgery is on the increase

Hip Surgery  is on the increase. Upon first reading or hearing this sentence, many people will automatically think of total hip replacements. In fact Hip Arthroscopy (the second most commonly performed hip procedure) has also had a sharp rise in the number of...
Post Operative Physiotherapy

Hip Pain

This might sound like a silly question. Hip pain is pain felt in the hip surely!? In fact true hip pain is usually felt in the groin! Hip pain is a common problem that can lead to disability. It is important that a thorough and correct assessment is carried out in...
Total Knee Replacement

Total Knee Replacement

Total Knee replacement Why is a Knee Replacement Performed? The most common reason to have a knee joint replaced is to relieve pain from severe arthritis that is limiting your activities. You may be recommended a knee replacement for these problems: You can’t...