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  • Purple156's Avatar
    Today, 01:46 PM
    Hi All, I have a weird elbow issue. e.g. I get a slight pain in my elbow when I am applying pressure with my arm between 90-60 deg. The pain is medial but more at the back of the arm. I weightlift and it presented itself at the beginning of one session. It had not hurt at the end of a previous one. Itís not awful and I can train through it but I am always wary of doing that. I have continued to workout but have ditched bench press. I initially thought it was golfers elbow but went to...
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    Today, 12:31 PM
    I walked around the mall for hours and my feet didn't hurt, not heal pain or pain on the sides of my feet. Before I got these I got a pair of orthofeet which I also like and have had no problems with and they have seems to made my hip stop hurting. Too early to say if these will help my hip but second day wearing them and my feet felt great.
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  • narmeenvegdani's Avatar
    Today, 12:14 PM
    Hey I am an Indian Physiotherapist, I am interested to work in Europe, mainly France if possible. I was hoping if you have some insights for me. Thank you so much
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    Today, 12:06 PM
    I have suffered from Plantar Fascinates in my right foot for the past year and a half. I have tried everything from expensive custom orthotics (hard plastic ) to a Cortizone injection in my heel. Nothing worked until I bought a pair of orthofeet. I still feel slight pain but nothing anywhere NEAR what I used to experience. In other words, the solution was as simple as the shoes I wear orthofeet
    8 replies | 14122 view(s)
  • Jefferson's Avatar
    Today, 05:58 AM
    Jefferson replied to a discussion Written and Clinical Exams in group Australian Exams
    Hi there, My name is Jeff from Philippines. Anyone here who has a kind heart to share their review materials for passing the written and practical exam? I would highly appreciate it. My email address is jdelima1977@gmail.com. Thanks,
    12 replies
  • AshtonThatcher's Avatar
    Yesterday, 08:54 AM
    I think many Canadian students study in the UK because there are the best universities in the world, I myself studied in London for a while, the hardest part was writing essays like this, I was constantly tormented and did not know how to handle it.
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  • Jefferson's Avatar
    Yesterday, 05:12 AM
    Hi Guys, My name is Jeff from Philippines. Anyone here who has a kind heart to share with the materials too? My email address is jeffdelima1977@yahoo.com.ph I will highly appreciate it.
    51 replies | 35286 view(s)
  • adrianZ's Avatar
    16-07-2018, 11:21 PM
    With this brexit they become bit tuff. Even if they let you to chose the case on each area, they go for small detail and if you struggle a bit with language regarding medical terms they will rekon you 3mouth courses + 3poa. Wich is bit imposibile to find a place to do it. If your english is good enough and you have some experience in all field don't need to worry.
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  • gustavomatos's Avatar
    16-07-2018, 12:52 PM
    Hello Everyone Brief intro: For 16 months now I'm unable to perform any sport activity due to pain in my left tibial tuberosity. I'm 30 now and I had Osgood-Schlatter when I was 11 or 12 y.o. The doctors haven't yet gave me a clear and sound diagnosis, but it's quite obvious that the pain is in the distal insertion of my pattelar tendon. I've tried physiotherapy for two months last year but it didn't help me at all, in fact I felt much worse during that time. Now I'm once again trying to...
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    16-07-2018, 10:38 AM
    My feet have fallen arches, which probably led to pronation. I am also pledged with large bunions. I can take these shoes out of the box and start hiking with no worries. They really are the only shoes I have in my house. From the slippers through the sandles, to the sneakers and finishing with the leather boot. Also, Orthofeet stands behind their product 100%.
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    16-07-2018, 09:28 AM
    My son loved the boots and for his birthday really hoped he would get the hiking shoes for summer. He works where he is on cement floors all day and was having problems with his ankles and feet. orthofeet solved the problem. He thinks they are the best shoes he's ever worn. Definitely worth the money. My son loved the boots and for his birthday really hoped he would get the hiking shoes for summer. He works where he is on cement floors all day and was having problems with his ankles and...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    16-07-2018, 04:40 AM
    Australia, Western Australia (Perth) - Long running well established practice originally setup in 2005 and purchased by current owner in January 2007Fantastic location within walking distance of popular waterfront cafes and... See More Information...
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  • shaun8317's Avatar
    15-07-2018, 08:48 PM
    Hi Everyone, I'm after a second hand hydraulic plinth 2000 with breathing hole or similar model. I live in Essex, UK and would ideally like something local. However I can travel and pick up for the right plinth. Please email shaun.tyler@hotmail.com Thanks Shaun
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  • Matticus's Avatar
    15-07-2018, 08:24 AM
    Hey everyone, This is my latest video talking about my third week of being on placement as a physio student.
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    14-07-2018, 02:32 PM
  • akshayv's Avatar
    14-07-2018, 07:16 AM
    The right slipper fit fine but the heel of the left one was extremely wide and I couldn't keep it on my foot. I bought a pair slippers in my regular size. Also, the fabric on the outside at the heel of each slipper looked like the suede had been worn away. The slippers appeared to be "seconds." However, Orthofeet was cooperative about accepting the return and helped me with the label and shipping instructions. The customer service was great and I would recommend them.
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  • chelseaj330's Avatar
    13-07-2018, 09:21 PM
    Hi everyone, first post here: I've been having some swelling issues on my knee, on and off, for the past 3 weeks or so. It started 3 weeks ago shortly after finishing a run, I had hopped over a rock and when I came down, I felt a slight pinch/pain in my right knee. When I got home, I went into a lunge and saw a ball-like swelling on the outside of my right knee, right underneath and slightly outside of my patella. Since, then its gone down immediately when I ice it and doesn't come back...
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  • Diastasis recti's Avatar
    13-07-2018, 02:07 PM
    Hello, So i have got lots of issues going on. I have been trying to get the route cause of the issue. Main factors that i know are; Recuring muscle knot in the left upper quadrant area, coming and going for just over a year now. Pain is all round that left area, ribcage and back. Also last year i learned i have a diastasis recti (Split abs) 1-2 finger gap . I also have urinary incontinence. My core and pelvic floor are weak. I am now doing safer and correct exercises to address this...
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  • akshayv's Avatar
    12-07-2018, 12:57 PM
    I have suffered from Plantar Fascinates in my right foot for the past year and a half. I have tried everything from expensive custom orthotics (hard plastic ) to a Cortizone injection in my heel. Nothing worked until I bought a pair of orthofeet. I still feel slight pain but nothing anywhere NEAR what I used to experience. In other words, the solution was as simple as the shoes I wear orthofeet
    6 replies | 9266 view(s)
  • akshayv's Avatar
    12-07-2018, 09:08 AM
    I have constant serious foot pain, overstep is painful, after a yearlong bout with PF in my heels, it was either quit or do something. I took 2 steroid shots in my feet. orthofeet shoes significantly reduce my pain. I can walk further which in turn is good for the pain. I will not wear another shoe. And i'm back to 8 hrs a day on my feet.
    5 replies | 8841 view(s)
  • akshayv's Avatar
    12-07-2018, 06:51 AM
    I walked around the mall for hours and my feet didn't hurt, not heal pain or pain on the sides of my feet. Before I got these I got a pair of orthofeet which I also like and have had no problems with and they have seems to made my hip stop hurting. Too early to say if these will help my hip but second day wearing them and my feet felt great.
    7 replies | 15700 view(s)
  • akshayv's Avatar
    11-07-2018, 05:17 AM
    My foot pain was immediately relieved. I have plantars fasciitis. Because of this I've spent money on inserts. First inexpensive, and then better more expensive inserts. I purchased better shoes and sneakers. I've tried taping my foot. Doctors, stretching, exercises, etc.. etc.. However, I only got some relief. Nothing helped much or for long. Then I bought orthofeet sneakers. It has been life changing. My feet no longer hurt.
    4 replies | 15792 view(s)
  • physiobob's Avatar
    11-07-2018, 04:50 AM
    Australia, New South Wales (Regional) - Purchased by current owner in January 2003 this is an Excellent opportunity for practitioner looking for a change and wonderful lifestyle location only 35kmís to Coffs Harbour. Fantastic... See More Information...
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  • droopypec's Avatar
    11-07-2018, 12:01 AM
    Update: I was originally diagnosed with a compressed C7 disc, and was referred to get an MRI. The MRI showed my discs are fine and I have a "hyperintense syrinx" in my neck that is likely messing with my spinal cord. I have followup scheduled with a neurosurgeon.
    72 replies | 109920 view(s)
  • Workman's Avatar
    10-07-2018, 01:11 PM
    2 x Lifting Boxes with central weight prong (30cm x 30cm) One with straight handle One with 45 degree handles 1 x 1 metre high lifting tower (to lift box onto) 1 x 20cm height raiser platform making a 1.2 m lift 1 x 10cm height raiser platform making a 1.1 m lift or 1.3 m lift with 20 raiser platform 40kg of weights
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  • Workman's Avatar
    10-07-2018, 12:47 PM
    3 Force Platforms for static Strength Testing for sale. 2 x folding/portable platforms + 1 x Raised Fixed Platform to allow true floor level lifting strength test. & Ö 1 x Push/Pull Sled with 4 weight holding prongs. Height and angle adjustable. 1 x Weight trolley. 5 Weight holding prongs on a 45 degree angle. On Castors. Location: Sutherland Shire Sydney Price: $200 each plus freight or $800 plus freight for the lot.
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  • thomaskcorbin's Avatar
    10-07-2018, 04:39 AM
    I'm Thomas from Toronto and I'm suffering from pelvic pain for a long time. I ached and throbbed from chest to knee in the beginning and I attempted several treatments. I saw several urologists and pain management specialists but nothing resolved my problem. And at no point did any medical provider recommend physical therapy to me. Now a friend suggested me a pelvic physiotherapy center in Toronto. So before spending money on physiotherapy, I would like to know more about it. Any...
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  • physiobob's Avatar
    09-07-2018, 11:20 PM
    Australia, Victoria (Melbourne) - Well established chiropractic practice originally setup in home business back in 2009, transferred patients to clinic in 2013 and relocating to current premises in February 2014. Fantastic... See More Information...
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  • Offira's Avatar
    09-07-2018, 01:28 PM
    Hey luis My name is offira and i am a physiotherapist working in israel. Probably by now you are a practised physiotherapist yourself and i was wondering whether i could ask a few questions concerning working in portugal , in private? Thank you Offira
    3 replies | 1148 view(s)
  • thomaskcorbin's Avatar
    09-07-2018, 07:24 AM
    From what I heard physiotherpy is really helful in such situations.So visit a good physiotherapist.
    1 replies | 209 view(s)
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