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Knee Meniscus Tears – Treatment and Management

Knee Meniscus Tears – Treatment and Management By Cameron Walsh Meniscus tears are a common knee injury occurring in both sporting and everyday scenarios. The location of the pain can be felt either on the inside or outside of the knee joint, depending on which Meniscus has been […]

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The Surf Culture & Its Injuries

The Surf Culture & Its Injuries By Blake Walmsley You may think of it as the ultimate leisure sport.   Do it by yourself, or with your mates; in the rain or sunshine; dusk or dawn.  On a packed Manly beach or at the your own secret spot […]

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Subacromial Impingement

Subacromial Impingement   Do you have shoulder pain? Is your shoulder pain getting the better of you? Do you wonder why, despite exercising regularly your symptoms fail to improve? Great news, at MGS Physio, we can help you! There may be various anatomical structures that may be […]

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Pilates- Matwork/Floor Classes, Reformer Pilates, Clinical Pilates What’s The Difference?

Pilates- Matwork/Floor Classes, Reformer Pilates, Clinical Pilates – What’s The Difference?   It is fairly common knowledge nowadays that Pilates is an exercise regime originally invented by Joseph Pilates back in the 1920’s and 30’s. He was originally a circus performer, boxer and self defence instructor and together […]

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Considering the Knife? Just read this….

No Benefit Of Surgery Over Physiotherapy For Meniscal Tears In Adults With Knee Osteoarthritis Originally Published In The New England Journal Of Medicine 2013; 368:1675-84 Recently Reviewed And Published On The Pedro Database And Reprinted In The British Journal Of Sports Medicine May 2014 S.J. Kamper, N. […]

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Suffering from a sporting hand injury?

Suffering from a sporting hand injury? Written by Vanessa Kirkham Suffering from a sporting hand injury? Don’t ignore it! See our Hand Therapist and get back to playing sooner      Hand and wrist injuries are common during sporting activities. Approximately 25 % of all sports-related injuries involve the hand […]

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W Sitting

W Sitting Written by Cathy Molloy “W” siting describes the position of a child when siting on the floor knees together and feet pointing outwards. Why do children W sit…? Children W sit for a number of reasons. When a child W sits they create a large base […]

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Christmas Wishes 2016

Christmas Wishes from MGS Physiotherapy

Christmas wishes to all of our MGS patients MGS Physiotherapy remains open over the Christmas and New Year period Usual opening hours Monday to Friday 7am – 7pm and Saturdays 8am – 2pm CLOSED:  Christmas Day,25th December, Boxing Day, 26th December, Christmas Day Public Holiday, 27th December and […]

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Patient Experience at MGS Physio

Patient Experience at MGS Physio Watch our short video

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I’ve Got a Pinched Nerve in My Neck

I’ve Got a Pinched Nerve in My Neck Written by Brian Payne At the base of the neck is where people experience the greatest loads and of consequence injuries occur in this all important region. Commonly the Intervertebral discs may be injured enough to either touch and […]

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