Endometriosis Pain

Endometriosis Pain

by Danica Emery – Physiotherapist Why endometriosis associated pain requires more than just surgical intervention! What is Endometriosis? Endometriosis is a chronic inflammatory condition that results in abnormal growth of endometrial tissue and adhesion sites...
The Weak and Painful Shoulder

The Weak and Painful Shoulder

by Courtney Letheridge – Physiotherapist Shoulder pain and/or weakness is a common issue we see at Wisdom Physiotherapy. It’s common for shoulders to become weak or painful, but may not lose significant range of motion. This may be for a number of reasons,...
Exercise and Mental Health

Exercise and Mental Health

By Nick Nyman, Physiotherapist How exercise builds up our mental health When we think about exercise, we often think about getting leaner, fitter and stronger. But what about the effect it has on our most important organ – our brain? We often neglect the tremendous...
A Pain In The Neck: Wry Neck

A Pain In The Neck: Wry Neck

Wry Neck is an acute neck injury, noticed by a sudden onset of sharp neck pain and stiffness, that limits your range of neck movement, and can often feel ‘locked’. The injury typically occurs after either a prolonged abnormal posture such as sleeping in an...
Children & Growing Pains

Children & Growing Pains

Growing pains, a term that has been loosely thrown around whenever a child complains of aching knees or ankles. “Ah, it’s just growing pains, it’ll go away soon” or “Oh, it’s growing pains. It means you are growing taller, that’s good.” But what is...