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News and updates from our clinic, team members and the Physiotherapy industry

Tennis Elbow Pain

Tennis elbow, or lateral epicondylitis, is a common condition that affects millions of people worldwide. We see lots of it at Beachside Physiotherapy. It is

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Grumpy neck?

Wry neck, cervical dystonia or torticollis, is a painful condition that causes your neck and sometimes your head to twist in one direction because of a

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Banish Hip Bursitis

Hip bursitis, also known as greater trochanteric bursitis, is one of the most common reasons for hip pain in people of all ages; and is

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Don’t ignore the niggle

 Don’t Ignore the Niggle: Why You Should See a Physiotherapist ASAP (and make our job easier) We’ve all experienced those minor aches and pains that

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Explaining Pain

Pain is a complex phenomenon that involves both physiological and psychological factors. While pain can be a helpful signal that something is wrong with the

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Pelvic floor

Why the PELVIC FLOOR is important.   Let’s be honest, you have all heard about the Pelvic floor, but what is all the hype really

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Setting boundaries

Setting Boundaries:   ‘Boundaries aren’t trying to control someone or make them change. Boundaries are about establishing how you want to be treated, self-preservation in

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Show me a person that hasn’t had some kind of stress over the past 2 years. If you’ve been that person, please read this blog,

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