Physiotherapy

Have you been told that one leg is longer or shorter than the other?

physiotherapy Have you been told that one leg is longer or shorter than the other? By Caroline RhodesOctober 4, 2013No Comments It’s rare to actually have on leg shorter than the other. This is the difference between an apparent leg length discrepancy and a true leg length discrepancy. This condition is quite common and must be treated …

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Key Benefits of Baby Head & Face Shaping

physiotherapy infant care Key Benefits of Baby Head & Face Shaping By Caroline RhodesAugust 12, 2014No Comments Promoting Your Baby’s Wellbeing Through Head Molding A balanced, symmetrical facial structure isn’t just about structural beauty. While it is true that people who are photogenic normally have symmetrical facial features, there are health advantages to a symmetrical face …

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Now Offering Assessments via Video Chat for Flat Head Syndrome

physiotherapy infant care Now Offering Assessments via Video Chat for Flat Head Syndrome By Caroline RhodesAugust 23, 2014No Comments Caroline Rhodes, physiotherapist and craniosacral therapist has 30 years experience and has been treating newborns in Hong Kong for the past 16 years. As a result of parents seeking her help for their baby in connection with flat …

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Latest Techniques in Sports Medicine

physiotherapy active isolated stretching Latest Techniques in Sports Medicine By Adrian YahvahAugust 23, 2014No Comments Adrian recently completed a training programme in Rehab Essentials which has taken his skills in sports medicine to an advanced level. The most important element in dealing with sports injuries is to make a speedy and accurate assessment of the injury …

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Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST)

physiotherapy Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) By adminAugust 25, 2014No Comments Neurostructural Integration Technique (NST) was developed in Australia in the early 1990s and is a gentle technique that aims to rebalance muscular tension throughout the body. The technique consists of making a series of rolling moves to selected soft tissues/muscles in the lumbar, thoracic and cervical …

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An Overview of Baby Head Shape

infant care physiotherapy An Overview of Baby Head Shape By Caroline RhodesApril 6, 2016No Comments What are Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly? Plagiocephaly and Brachycephaly are medical terms given to the condition of flatness in the shape of the head. Plagiocephaly is the name for flattening of the head in any of the four quadrants of the cranium (back, front, left, right).  …

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