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Lymphoedema and Physiotherapy

What causes lymphoedema? Every day our arms and leg swell up and return to their normal size constantly.  The fluid balance on our limbs is cleverly maintained by our lymphatic system.  Lymph vessels are shaped like veins and run up our arms and legs beside our veins,...

Ankle Sprains (Lateral Ligament Injuries) FAQs

What is it? Your lateral ligaments are the ligaments on the outside of your ankle – most commonly the ones injured if you “sprain”, “twist” or “roll” your ankle. How is it injured? Injury occurs when you roll over or twist the ankle inwards.  It can occur from...

PRICE Regime

What should I do if I have an acute injury? The level of pain usually indicates the seriousness of an injury.  If you experience severe pain, extensive bruising or immediate swelling you should seek professional help. However for mild sprains and strains you can...