Most of us are familiar with back pain. There are many potential causes of back pain, and many ways to alleviate the symptoms.
Exercise Physiologists can provide practical strategies to manage and eliminate back pain.
Joint pain refers to discomfort, aches, and soreness in any of your body’s many joints.
If you’re finding that joint pain is holding you back, then exercise physiology can help you get back to living an active, fulfilling life.
Neck pain is a very common condition, and can range from severe pain to mild discomfort and aches.
The good news is that you don’t have to put up with neck pain – an exercise physiologist has the skills and knowledge to help.
Hip pain has many possible causes, including arthritis, injuries and nerve problems. Whatever its cause, it can significantly affect your quality of life.
Exercise physiology can help you to move more easily once again.
Knee pain and swelling can be caused by an acute injury, overuse or chronic conditions that become more common with age.
Exercise physiology helps to relieve knee pain and strengthen your body.
There are multiple possible causes of shoulder pain, meaning it is important that an individual assessment is made to provide the correct symptom relief.
Exercise Physiology can be helpful for shoulder rehabilitation.