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Restoring strength and mobility after surgery or injury seems daunting, and it is difficult to know what to do when you are in pain. Do I push through, do I rest, how much activity is enough?

These are all common questions. As physiotherapists we answer these questions in the clinic every day. If you need help to recover after surgery or injury – we can help!

Here you will find information, professional exercise programs and treatment solutions for a range of orthopaedic conditions. Rehabonthenet will guide you safely through every step, from when you leave hospital and back to a full and active life!

Designed by experienced physiotherapists and exercise physiologists in consultation with leading orthopaedic surgeons - we offer safe, effective rehabilitation programs that are easily done at home.

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Low Back Pain. Why Me?

Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Depending on which study you read, anywhere from 60 to 90% of all people will suffer a significant episode of back pain at some time in their life. So what makes some people more susceptible than others? Some of the risk factors include: 

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Ski like a winter olympian - maybe...

Wednesday, February 17, 2010

Those downhill skiers are just awesome to watch. Huge speed, low down, in control - just! This obviously takes lot's of practice, natural talent, no fear, and loads of training. 

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Billy Slater - Doing all the right things

Saturday, February 13, 2010

A common question to physiotherapists is 'Mr X had the same injury, and he was back at sport the next week, why aren't I?' There are many reasons for this, including variations in the severity of injury, and access to constant treatment and medical advice. 

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ACL REconstruction - Avoiding re-injury

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Rehabilitation from ACL reconstruction takes time, a lot of effort, and careful planning on the part of the therapist/trainer. Although failure rates have decreased as surgical techniques improve, damaging the new ACL graft is still a real posssibility.  It is important steps are taken to reduce this risk. 

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Gaining knee bend after total knee replacement.

Tuesday, February 09, 2010

Its fairly common to leave hospital with approximately 90 degrees knee bend or flexion after total knee replacement. If you have more - great!. However, if you have less than 90 degrees, you will have some work to do. Don't be too alarmed if your knee seems to get a bit stiffer and you actually lose a bit of knee bend once you get home. Your knee will be swollen, sore, won't appreciate walking for too long and remember despite appearances, you just had major knee surgery. 

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