Move Forward Physiotherapy

Sciatica

Sciatica   WHO? Persons with acute or chronic lower back pain and/or hip issues Active persons with chronic muscular tightness Elderly, with normal age related changes to the body Desk workers & persons with chronic poor posture   WHAT? Sciatica is a condition that refers to pain felt along the back of the thigh and lower leg, which normally originates from the lower back.  The pain generally occurs along the sciatic nerve itself, which is the largest nerve in the body, and runs from the lower part of the spine, travelling along the back of the leg into the outer portion of the [...]

Sciatica 2016-11-30T12:31:14+00:00

Shoulder Bursitis

SHOULDER BURSITIS WHO? Sports with repetitive overhead activities Gym goers Elderly Desk workers & persons with chronic poor posture WHAT? The bursa can be described as a fluid filled sac found between the bones that make up both the shoulder and the hip joint. There are several of these fluid filled sacs within the shoulder joint.  The role of the bursa is to help reduce friction between the structures within the joint allowing better and more fluid range of motion. Inflammation of the bursa is termed as bursitis and symptoms can typically include pain at the front and outside of the shoulder and upper [...]

Shoulder Bursitis 2016-08-04T13:37:30+00:00