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  • AristotleDPT's Avatar
    Yesterday, 04:33 PM
    I'm working on a class project and I could use some help. If anybody has 2 minutes available to fill out a quick survey, it would be incredibly appreciated! Physical Therapy Research Survey Thank you so much!
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    21-10-2020, 12:10 AM
    Australia, Western Australia (Regional) - Long running well established practice originally setup in the early 1980s and purchased by the current owner in March 1990. Relocated to current premises in January 1999Large patient database... See More Information...
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    20-10-2020, 07:23 AM
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  • Gayan@1984's Avatar
    19-10-2020, 05:58 AM
    Dear General Physiotherapy Discussion, I hope u guys r going well and keeping safe I have had lower back pain since 2010, but now its OK, but still don't have a perfect lower back, and I feel its only if I sit for too long that its giving me discomforts, but not sure if the discomforts are coming from mentally or physically
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  • Guiydo's Avatar
    17-10-2020, 03:31 PM
    Hi billclinton854, It seems like you may have lesioned your muscles. It may have been muscle tears that may have not healed properly. A proper, progressive muscle strengthening program may help you with your problem although a great amount of time is passed since the beginning. Generally a muscle program starts of with isometric contractions, then concentric contractions followed by eccentric contractions. Finally plyometrics and core stability may be added. This should be integrated with...
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  • Guiydo's Avatar
    17-10-2020, 03:19 PM
    Hi Kazordon, I don't think it is a problem of muscles to strengthen. As the hip exercises didn't work, it would be an option to work on your low back and see if specific movements make it better or worse . If so, then a specific posture and exercise program can be applied otherwise the problem should be searched somewhere else
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  • Fyzzio's Avatar
    15-10-2020, 05:30 PM
    Hi, not exactly what you are looking for, but I had a colleague with a pre-reg Masters from the UK. He had to work for a year prior to his application being accepted by the Physio Board of NZ Cheers, Fyzzio
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  • special_vegetable0's Avatar
    15-10-2020, 08:23 AM
    Hey everyone! This is my first post here, I am posting as I have been having trouble with my knee and just wondering if anyone might know the problem. I am 21 years old 70kg and relatively fit and athletic. November 2019 I fell off my bike and grazed up my knee, particularly the left knee. This is when I first noticed what sounds like a creaking/crunching noise when I squat. initially it was only occasional, now it is pretty much all the time, however I have no pain actually associated with the...
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  • Julie.Ma's Avatar
    15-10-2020, 12:20 AM
    Hey everyone, I have been living in New Zealand for a bit more than 2 years and thinking of relocating to Europe ( I am German citizen), to finish my studies as I am not too happy with my current job situation in NZ. I am considering to do the Master of Rehabilitation sciences and Physiotherapy in Belgium (with university Antwerp or Leuven), is there anyone with this degree who is working in New Zealand or Australia currently and could share some experiences regarding the registration...
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  • Gayan@1984's Avatar
    14-10-2020, 11:00 AM
    Hi Bellona :), No worries, I will do all the 4 exercises and let you know, thank you again for helping me you too, take care and stay :) Kind Regards
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  • bello19's Avatar
    14-10-2020, 08:09 AM
    Hi Gayan, You're most welcome 😊. Sure, we can work on your back problem later.. msg me when the knee gets better. I'd like to add just one thing, do not discontinue the first 2 exercises, add the new ones with them and perform all 4 exercises for the knees. You too take care and stay safe ☺
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    13-10-2020, 11:10 PM
    Australia, Victoria (Melbourne) - Long running well established practice originally setup over 20 years ago and purchased by current owner in 2014. Excellent reputation having been in the same location and serviced the local... See More Information...
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  • mumph47's Avatar
    13-10-2020, 01:29 PM
    Hi everyone, My neck keeps getting bocked. 1-2x a year. The axis of my head ends up shifted to the LEFT above the axis of my body (unfortunately the pictures don't seem to be loading) and I can't tilt my NECK to the RIGHT (I can tilt my head a little bit), it just doesn't go further and I feel a sharp pinch around the part where the middle of the trapezius attaches to the vertebral column on the SAME side, ie. the RIGHT side. I can turn my head left and right, but I also feel a less intense...
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  • Gayan@1984's Avatar
    13-10-2020, 05:13 AM
    Hi Bellona, Thank you so much for your help again, I really appreciate you helping me with my knee pain I will try the new 2 exercises you gave me, and I will let you know how I go When I get my knee pain resolved, which I can already see its improving, will it possible to get some advice on how to keep my lower back healthy and strengthened?, as I had some lower back pain in the past, which started back in 2010 due to sitting too long on the computer. Will it be possible to contact...
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  • jbj.edwards's Avatar
    13-10-2020, 03:09 AM
    Hey everyone, I'm an almost graduated physiotherapist (one last oral defence this November) looking to work in Utah. I've read a little about the NPTE and payment for FSBPT but I'm wondering if anyone here knows or hospitals, aged care or private practices that may take on a new graduate and sponsor my work visa. I really really want to work in the US, particularly Utah and even if I was hired as a Physio aid, I would even do that. Thanks for the help! Jeff
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