The sacroiliac joints (SIJ) are the joints that connect your lower spine to your pelvis. The sacrum (tail bone) connects to the ilia (pelvic bones). In most people, the SIJ is a stiff joint that provides a stable link between the lumbar spine and pelvis, allowing only a few degrees of movement.
Truth be told, cancer is a curable disease that can also be prevented through lifestyle modification including changes in your exercise regime. It is vital for those who are diagnosed with cancer to immediately seek the relevant advice for treatment and how exercise can assist.
At Total Physiocare we see a wide range of people all with varying conditions that require treatment. For a large majority of these people exercise is a simple and effective way to help reduce their symptoms or manage their condition safely. Throughout this blog you will be able to understand why we use exercise to […]
At Total Physiocare we not only see a range of musculoskeletal injuries, but we also cater for various other conditions like obesity and weight loss programs. Alex, one of our Physiotherapist has compiled a post in regards to this. Obesity and the need for Bariatric Surgery Obesity is a chronic disease affecting the health of […]
This week features our Exercise Physiologist Chris Erkotidis! Chris runs 1 on 1 sessions with his clients in the clinics to assist in their recovery, rehab and exercise needs. Read more about Chris below!