Clinical Yoga for Beginners

Yoga is an ancient Indian philosophy that dates back thousands of years. It was designed as a path to spiritual enlightenment, but in modern times, the physical aspects of Hatha yoga have found huge popularity as a gentle form of exercise and stress management.

Nutrition at Total Physiocare

What can we help you with? – Introducing Evelyn Vo (Nutritionist) at Total Physiocare Heidelberg.  We’re excited to have a new affiliation with Evelyn a nutritionist who has an interest in improving your goals. Evelyn will be consulting in April on saturday mornings. She is able to help with the following :   ​Develop a treatment plan […]

Total Hip Joint Replacement (THJR)

What is a Total Hip Joint Replacement? – Blog By Christian Bonello A Total Hip Replacement (THJR) is one of the most common operations in orthopaedic surgery.  It is a surgical procedure whereby the diseased hip joint is replaced with an artificial prosthesis. As the hip is classified as a ball-and-socket joint; the ‘socket’ is […]

Hamstring Strain

What is a hamstring strain? – Blog By Ryan Harris A hamstring strain is a common lower limb injury. It occurs when there is a tear of one or more of the hamstring muscles. This can range from a mild tear involving only a few muscle fibres to a complete rupture of the muscle. Anatomy […]

Total Knee Joint Replacement (TKJR)

What is a Total Knee Replacement? – Blog By Stephen Lee A Total knee replacement is a surgical procedure whereby the diseased knee joint is replaced with an artificial prosthesis. The procedure is performed by separating the muscles and ligaments around the knee. The end of the thigh bone (femur) is removed and is replaced […]

Plantar Fasciitis

What is Plantar Fasciitis? – Blog By Emily Shortal This common foot condition is pronounced – “Plan-tar   fash–ee-eye-tus”. Plantar fasciitis is the most common cause of heel pain. Repetitive stress to the plantar fascia can cause pain. It is a thick, fibrous ligament on the sole of the foot running from the toes to the heel bone. […]