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  • foskr4's Avatar
    Today, 02:14 PM
    Hi all, I really could do with some advice. I was playing football and got slide tackled hard from the right and rolled my ankle and fell on it. It massively ballooned up but not fractured. In the last week when swelling went down been trying to do exercises with it however it mostly just swells again. Now iím giving it another attempt of movement and iím unsure what iíve done as iíve not regained full mobility. I beleive ive got a lateral sprain/ possible high sprain due to pain down...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    02-12-2021, 05:30 AM
    Australia, Victoria (Melbourne) - Long running well established practice originally setup in 2002 and purchased by current owners in 2008Ready for new owner to just walk into & start practicingLarge patient database... See More Information...
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  • amandaturciya's Avatar
    01-12-2021, 09:21 AM
    This is make reason. But i'm not sure about relevant your post
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    01-12-2021, 04:30 AM
    Australia, Victoria (Melbourne) - Long running well established multidisciplinary practice originally setup in 2007 and purchased by the current owner in 2013, relocating to current premises in 2015.Highly sought-after... See More Information...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    01-12-2021, 02:30 AM
    Australia, Victoria (Regional) - Well established practice originally setup over 35 years ago with the current owner taking over the business name 15 years ago.Business would suit a therapist with some experience in TMJ... See More Information...
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  • rm9999's Avatar
    30-11-2021, 03:41 AM
    Hi, I have calf strain on both legs, mostly likely due to lack of exercise and movement, and muscle imbalance. Icing of the calf for few days and wearing tight compress helps. But as soon as I stop wearing the compress, the pain returns after 1-2 days. Can someone please advise how to get rid of this nagging pain ?
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  • wassermanchiropractic's Avatar
    29-11-2021, 11:40 AM
    If you're an athlete, you're well aware of the multiple demands of sports like running, jumping, and tackling. Performing these exercises can cause painful rips, sprains, and strains in your body. Seeing a chiropractor, on the other hand, can help you recover from and prevent sports injuries. Chiropractors treat and assist prevent neck, back, shoulder, knee, and ankle ailments. They know how to modify the spine manually to ensure that the bones are aligned and balanced, which helps to...
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  • mfranzreb's Avatar
    28-11-2021, 11:19 AM
    8.5 weeks ago I injured my knee while climbing. I was in a static position with my knee fully bent, and it popped, and felt immediately numb. MRI showed a very small part of the medial meniscus had broken off and a bone edema in the medial femoral condyle. I was missing around 20 degrees of extension, and 45 of flexion. From the beginning I could walk with a bent knee without pain, and used a crutch for long distances, but tried to walk as little as possible. After around 4 weeks I started...
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  • Kirito_Katz's Avatar
    27-11-2021, 02:58 PM
    I started feeling weird in September of 2021. It's difficult to explain but it seemed to go up and down for several weeks with good and bad days. Eventually I go to the point that I lost my appetite and lost about 15 pounds over the course of two months or so. I'm not a big guy so at the worst part of all this I looked like a prisoner of war or something. At first I thought it was good because I wanted to lose the fat around my mid section but then I looked in the mirror one day and realized I...
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  • kh1985's Avatar
    26-11-2021, 03:01 PM
    Hi there, I was wondering if anyone had any advice on an issue I've had for a few years now that predominately shows up whilst exercising, in particular squatting/deadlift type exercises. I generally get a very stiff/"pumped" feeling in my lower back which can be quite uncomfortable, but I have done a ton of research on this on how to combat it so it is not debilitating, and to make sure my form is correct. However, one thing that I continue to have problems with is a sharp pain that...
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  • tejasanjith's Avatar
    26-11-2021, 10:14 AM
    Back and posture problems are among the common problems people face. Whether it is swayback or flat back, most of the back posture problems can be solved by getting rid of the poor habits and starting stretching and strengthening exercises that the back muscles. If these does not work then you must consult the best neurologist for effective treatment. Moreover you can try these measures. Stand with weight mostly on the balls of the feet, not with weight on the heels. Keep feet slightly...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    26-11-2021, 12:20 AM
    Australia, Queensland (Regional) - Long running well established practice originally setup in 1986 with the sole traders forming together as a company entity in 2018The only Speech Pathology practice in the region that provides... See More Information...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    25-11-2021, 12:20 AM
    Australia, New South Wales (Sydney) - Long running well established practice and purchased by current owner in 1983Large patient database with many local and distant maintenance patientsNiche practice using Activator Methods... See More Information...
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  • scoopery's Avatar
    24-11-2021, 07:15 PM
    I know I'm being exploited and I'm pretty fed up about it. To be honest I need to tackle the situation but because the csp doesn't have recommended minimum hourly rate for private physios and job adverts rarely say what the pay is I wondered if it was generally everywhere that paid so bad! I also know that they want me to mentor a new member of staff who is full time and who is on a better hourly rate so now is a good time to negotiate better T & C's i also tend to work alone and...
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  • scoopery's Avatar
    24-11-2021, 07:01 PM
    At the moment, my left leg, does not feel smooth when raising my left leg, and kind of feels very heavy when raising my left leg, but there is no kind of pain, it feels more like, does not have 100% flexibility, its kind of hard explaining, but I hope you understand what I am saying My Right leg seems to feel better and smoother than my left leg, my right leg seemed to be a little bit better than my left leg, but still bending all the way down until I can touch the floor with my hands,...
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  • ultracarepro's Avatar
    24-11-2021, 06:55 AM
    You can go for Ultrasound physiotherapy, It will give you proper pain relief. This therapy helps to reduce pain. While healing your bodyís deep tissue, stress and muscle tightness and back pain can connect back to the root cause of your pain. Ultrasound therapy effects help to soften tissue cell metabolism. It helps to increase blood flow, it makes the cells more receptive to healing fluids. Ultrasound US111 is a modern device that helps to release ĎEndorphinsí which is natural healing chemical...
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  • browny27's Avatar
    24-11-2021, 01:08 AM
    Hi, On a safer side get an xray just for a peace of mind. However, if the swelling was not red/ black in colour it might just be a Grade 2/3 sprain. Good luck.
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