Treatment Of Injuries In Children

Treatment Of Injuries In Children

When and where do you seek help? Minor injuries are relatively common in children. With their tendency to climb things, fall off things, bump into things and each other cuts, bruises and mild strains are likely with this group. The difficulty can be working out when...

Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

The term ‘Frozen Shoulder’ is a term often used to describe a painful and stiff shoulder. Historically this has led to other painful shoulder conditions, such as sub-acromial pain syndrome and calcific tendonitis being wrongly termed a ‘frozen shoulder’. A true frozen...

Hip Osteoarthritis

The hip joint is a ball and socket synovial joint. It is important for walking, running and jumping. It bears our body’s weight and the force of strong muscles in order to keep the joint both flexible and stable. The hip joint is made up of the ball of the femur...

Insomnia

According to the NHS website, Insomnia is difficulty getting to sleep or staying asleep for long enough to feel refreshed the next morning. Sleep is a wonderful thing that we take for granted, that is until we can’t sleep. If Insomnia starts to take over our life then...

Lateral hip pain / Gluteal Tendinopathy

What is it? Pain over the greater trochanteric region (the bony part at the side of the hip region) traditionally used to be diagnosed as trochanteric bursitis, but due to more information from radiological studies the bursa is often not found to be the primary issue....