I Have elbow pain, is it tennis elbow? How can I get tennis elbow when I don’t play tennis? During spring at OHL, we see an increase in the number of people presenting with elbow pain. Physiotherapist Darcy Sharples discusses the different types of elbow pain, why they occur and the best ways to manage elbow pain when it does occur.
Jumping and landing is very common cause of injuries walking into our Physiotherapist and Podiatry consultation rooms. Considering the frequency of jumping and landing in many sports, do you feel like yourself (and/or your children) are component with this seemingly simple skill? Have a read about why our team thinks its incredibly important skill for any athlete to masters.
Physiotherapist Darcy takes your through the facts and statistics surround knee OA. He discusses some myths associated with knee OA and running, and how it can be best managed to improve a patients overall health and to optimise recovery over an extended period of time.
Physiotherapist, Darcy Sharples takes us through the basics of the most common type of headache (TTH), a tension type headache. Two thirds of the population will be experiencing a TTH in their lifetime with a prevalence of 36% in men and 42% in women. Darcy explains the symptoms and best ways to manage a TTH when it occurs.
FAIS is a common hip complaint that can be found throughout the community - from adolescents to the elderly. Prevalent within the sporting community, there can be a lack of understanding around the condition, leading to mistreatment and a longer term injury.
In today's blog, Senior Physiotherapist, Lauren Campbell talks us through the condition, along with practical ways in which you can deal with hip and groin pain.
Concussion is often a topic of conversation in sports clubs, but can occur to anyone in the community.
OHL's Director and Senior Physiotherapist, Lauren Campbell, discusses the finer points when it comes to recognising and recovering from concussion.