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  • Choroq's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:47 PM
    Hello I have the same problem, did you find anything about it? How is your finger now after 3 years. Choroq
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  • Rachel Murray's Avatar
    Yesterday, 01:26 PM
    That, of course, you need to go to a medical center if you have such problems with your knee. These problems are not worth it for you to waste time on your learning problems, no matter how difficult it is. Health is the most important. And about learning can always take care assignment writing services <style type="text/css"><!--td {border: 1px solid #ccc;}br {mso-data-placement:same-cell;}--></style>https://ca.edubirdie.com/assignment-writing-services. For all the time when you will be treated...
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  • dabozuk's Avatar
    19-02-2019, 10:11 PM
    Has anyone had this procedure for an impingement that has progressed to damage the long head bicep tendon such that during the planned decompression the surgeon also performed a tenodesis? For me the surgery involved subacromial decompression and complete ACJ resection, subacromial bursectomy, subscapularis repair and long head bicep tenodesis (secured with a small titanium button/screw I think). The physio protocol I was given was for a rotator cuff repair, but I'm seeing very mixed...
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  • mikeyb13's Avatar
    19-02-2019, 10:03 PM
    Playing Flag American football 4/5 years ago, I contacted someone at full speed whose knee went in to the center section of the front of my quad. I went down in agony but taped up/painkillered up and was playing again an hour later for the rest of the weekend. It hurt like hell but I carried on playing. Fast forward a couple of months or so and I notice that I have a dent in my m. rectus femoris when flexing it. Speaking with a 2 physio friends (one of which treated me when I damaged it)...
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  • systemd98's Avatar
    19-02-2019, 08:33 PM
    I have golfer's elbow. Went to see a different physio today. He put too much pressure with his thumb around the elbow. Now, my inflammation is much worse than before. Earlier I couldn't feel the inflammation myself unless some expert found it. Now, I can see it literally see the inflammation with my own eyes though it's not too bad. It hurts if I put a little more pressure on it while as earlier I had to put a lot of pressure for the inflammation to hurt me. Now, did I just mess it up by...
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    18-02-2019, 11:50 PM
    Australia, New South Wales (Sydney) - Long running practice originally setup in 2007 by current owner with a focus on paediatrics and lactation. Also offering Remedial Massage, Acupuncture & Podiatry services. Fantastic... See More Information...
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  • wildcats1490's Avatar
    18-02-2019, 10:04 PM
    Hey Euphmorning, Same exact issues here, only mine are on the right side, and I have an ever so slight numbness at the tip of my right index finger. I experienced a terrible pain in my upper neck on the right side after playing basketball one night 5 months ago, and the pain was so bad that I could hardly turn my head to the right. The pain subsided over the course of a week or so, but it was replaced with insane weakness in my right arm; I couldn't even get a ball into a basketball hoop...
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  • SavioQ's Avatar
    18-02-2019, 06:12 PM
    Hi there, Congratulations on getting registered :) I am a physio from India who completed his PG Diploma in Sports Physio recently from Otago University in NZ. I have a question. How did you explain the fulfillment of the 'Autonomous Practice' competency through your application ?
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  • SavioQ's Avatar
    18-02-2019, 06:07 PM
    Hi everyone, I have completed my Postgraduate Diploma in Physiotherapy (Endorsed in Sports) last year at the University of Otago. I am in process of applying for registration with the NZ PhysioBoard (PBNZ). As far as past opinions I have received, registration for Indian physios is not easy as they really scrutinize our undergraduate syllabus of physiotherapy from India. I would really appreciate responses from any Indian physios out there who have procured registration with PBNZ...
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  • Spiritwarrior's Avatar
    16-02-2019, 06:10 PM
    I am 51 years old. 2 years ago I had a meniscal root tear resulting in a 80% medial meniscetomy and plica resection medial compartment. I have started exercising again and stretching / strengthening. I am experiencing unexpected instability and subsequent pain in the front medial side of the left knee and rear lateral side of the left knee. I am looking for exercises I should be doing to strengthen and help stabilize my knee. Note about 7mo ago I strongly suspect I tore the remaining 20%...
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  • Niel Therapy's Avatar
    16-02-2019, 11:16 AM
    Hi,Kabayan!!! interested to know more about how to work in Canada as Physiotherapist... currently I'm in Philippines practicing.Plan to work in Kelowna...Please guide me... Question: 1.may pinoy ba sa canada mga PT talaga?may fb group b pwde magjoin...? 2.need b mag aral ulit?
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  • AnnaStone's Avatar
    15-02-2019, 05:29 PM
    Even if it is not a hernia you should be really careful. Get yourself a hernia truss/support belt, it will give you proper support and heal your hernia probably. I hope that you will never deal with it again because it is awful. I have been battling hernia for 5 years now and it is really hard, believe me. God bless you and your health.
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  • Diner24hr's Avatar
    14-02-2019, 03:32 AM
    I am having a similar experience/pain, it feels like sharp stabbing pain on the inside or the outside of my right shinbone. It started about a month ago, it happens whenever it wishes, for about a minute total each time, a few times per day/randomly, and itís a pain that is intense and paralyzing.
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    14-02-2019, 01:50 AM
    Australia, New South Wales (Regional) - Originally setup over 30 years ago and purchased by current owners in 2014. Also offering allied health services including Podiatry, Audiology, Diabetes Education & Hypnotherapy.Beautiful... See More Information...
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  • JoKaighin's Avatar
    11-02-2019, 10:13 PM
    Thanks for the thread. I'm in pretty much the same boat - also thinking of working in Colorado - so am following with interest. Aussie PT thinking of moving with my husband - so on an E3-D visa. I don't want to work full time, so really thinking it might be more trouble than it's worth but not enjoying the prospect of having to come back to Australia for 1 month full-time work each year to maintain my Australian credentials either... What a stupidly difficult process.
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    11-02-2019, 07:10 PM
    HI Eion and thanks for the post. Having read your history and recent MRI findings they don't really seem to relate to one another. The slight discal bulging at L4/L5 is pretty normal with aging and whilst it could be associated with some trauma it would more likely lead to an increase in the lumbar lordosis rather than a decrease. The features themselves would more likely product localized low back discomfort rather than a sciatic type distribution that you are experiencing. That said you might...
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  • physiosteo's Avatar
    11-02-2019, 03:51 PM
    Hi Carol - no, sorry, just went last week
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  • Carol DIckinson's Avatar
    11-02-2019, 02:27 PM
    Hi, do you still have a plinth for sale? I am looking for a 2 or 3 section plinth with a breathing hole. Thanks
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    11-02-2019, 02:06 PM
    Hi, I just wanted to mention a company I work for called Active Hands who produce a variety of gripping aids for people who have suffered injuries, illnesses or were born with conditions that mean they struggle to grip and hold onto objects. They can be used in conjunction with things such as gym weights or gym workout machines, handlebars, sports equipment, DIY tools, gardening tools, writing implements, toiletries, and many more. They're always developing new items and recently launched a...
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