30 Jan 2013
January 30, 2013

Heat or Ice

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When to use Ice or Heat? This is a very common question patients ask all the time. The easiest way to remember is: Use ice for injuries and use heat for muscles. Ice: Ice is a painless, drug free way of settling down inflamed, hot and swollen tissues. It is not a form of treatment,.. read more →

If you are having ongoing hamstring injuries contact VSRC and Daniel Comerford can help develop a program for you. These exercises are high level rehabilitation and prehabilitation exercises used at AFL level by experienced athletes. Do not attempt these exercises without referring to a health professional first. read more →

This is a really common presentation to clinics everyday. But what is Trochanteric Bursitis? Lets break it down. The Bursitis Part? A bursa is a sack full of fluid which sits in different parts of your body. It acts as a cushion between many of the muscles, tendons and joints. Bursitis is the inflammation and.. read more →

14 Jan 2013
January 14, 2013

Cervicogenic Headaches

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Do you suffer from headaches? If you do, you’re not alone. 47% percent of people suffer from headaches and a large portion of these are classified as cervicogenic headaches. These types of headaches originate from the neck (cervical spine). This normally involves the upper 3 of your cervical vertebrae, but can stem from your mid.. read more →