A frozen shoulder occurs when the capsule surrounding the shoulder joint becomes inflamed and stiffens overtime, preventing the normal glide of the ball & socket joint. You may find it difficult to complete daily activities such as reaching overhead, reach behind back, lifting your arms, where pain usually increases at night. Read on to learn more.
Sarcopenia, the age-related decline in muscle mass and strength, is associated with a reduction in muscle function, physical performance, and quality of life. The term is derived from the Greek phrase “poverty (penia) of flesh (sarco)” and is identified as a common disease in older adults. Strength training is the recommended first-line treatment for countering the deleterious consequences of sarcopenia in older adults.
Our Physiotherapy team is anticipating numerous ankle sprain injuries presenting to the studio in the winter months during winter sports. Some ankle sprains are quite simple and easy to manage, while others can be quite complex injuries that require careful intervention. What can do wrong & what can we do about it? Read on to find out.