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  • physiobob's Avatar
    Today, 04:10 AM
    Australia, Victoria (Melbourne) - Long running practice originally purchased by current owner in 2007 and expanding to include a satellite clinic in mid 2017Strong referral relationships built over 15 years with local GPs,... See More Information...
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    Today, 12:49 AM
    Hello ~ Today I had my MRI follow-up with my hip surgeon. He has diagnosed me with a Gluteus Medius tear. I've already been through PT, just inflamed it more. I went ahead and opted for an injection today. Abs0lutely the most painful injection I've ever had. I've had s0 many shoulder injections, bilateral lumbar injections, knee injections, ect. He gave the injection right on top, just above the trocanter, exactly where my pain radiates from. He said he would be going to the bone....
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  • Carle Cage's Avatar
    06-08-2022, 10:06 AM
    Recently I will visit Canada with my family. We are very excited about it. My mother always wanted to see Niagara Falls and my father wants to explore the Rockies. As for me, I just want to try some new food and meet new people. We are all looking forward to our trip and can't wait to get started. Hopefully, we will have a great time and come back with many happy memories. I will also visit Mississauga and Toronto. In Mississauga, I will get a Deep tissue massage from kaizen Health...
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    03-08-2022, 09:23 PM
    I am a PT 2 months S/P TKA. Had hemarthrosis of the knee immediately post op with resultant delayed rehab due to the significant knee effusion of blood which did not resolve with attempted aspiration of the knee. Have achieved 102 degrees flexion (with diligent PT in clinic and at home) and full extension with resolution of minor quad lag. Surgeon wants to perform a manip. and has no concerns about the procedure. I am concerned about the possibility of recurrent hemarthrosis with a manip. under...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    03-08-2022, 02:12 AM
    Australia, South Australia (Regional) - Long running practice with clinic 3 locations established for many yearsHigh turnover very high profit turnkey operation with low overheadsLarge patient database with strong GP and word of... See More Information...
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  • Awhina's Avatar
    02-08-2022, 06:19 PM
    Hi, as I understand it: 1) No - every applicant will be assessed individually; there is no general recognition of degrees. 2) I do not think so, unless you include working with clients. Best to discuss this with the university you are planning to enroll with. Without registration you are not allowed to have any contact with any clients in any way and you are not permitted to call yourself Physiotherapist. 3) NZ registration is achieved through the application for registration with the...
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  • jagritimodi's Avatar
    02-08-2022, 07:39 AM
    Hello, I am a Physiotherapist with a Degree of Master of Physiotherapy in Neurology from India. I am applying for PhD in New Zealand and would like to know following queries: 1) Is Indian Physiotherapy degree recognised in New zealand? 2) Do I need to register myself first before being enrolled in Phd program? 3) if yes, what is the process? - - - Updated - - - Hello, I am a Physiotherapist with a Degree of Master of Physiotherapy in Neurology from India. I am applying for PhD in New...
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    31-07-2022, 06:50 AM
    People with autism literary fiction often have difficulty understanding and responding to social cues. They may have trouble making eye contact, and they may not pick up on body language or facial expressions. They may also have trouble understanding and using spoken language. People with autism often have repetitive behaviours or interests. They may stim (self-stimulatory behaviours such as hand-flapping or rocking), and they may become fixated on certain objects or activities.
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  • Burty1's Avatar
    30-07-2022, 01:23 PM
    Hi, I'm 7 weeks post surgery for a sheared patellar tendon. I've started physio just over a week ago and have removed my brace just yesterday. I have about 50 degrees of flex in my knee. My question is. When I walk I feel like there is a tight strap across the top of my knee. I feel like this is possibly reducing the flex in my knee.
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