What is a Cervicogenic Headache?

Posted on 30/11/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

Dysfunction of the neck can often be a cause for the common headache

Spring Newsletter 2017

Posted on 18/10/2017 · Posted in Newsletter, The Joint News

Our Spring Newsletter is here! Catch up on what’s happening at The Joint Physio

Why is Adam in a Sling?

Posted on 12/10/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

A common shoulder ailment explained

Vertigo and Dizziness

Posted on 07/09/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

Have you ever suffered from vertigo? We take a look at the common causes and symptoms of Benign Paroxysmal Positional Vertigo, also known as BPPV

Winter News 2017

Posted on 17/08/2017 · Posted in Newsletter, The Joint News

Have you read our Winter Newsletter yet? We love keeping you updated on what’s happening at The Joint!

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Modern Technology and Neck Pain

Posted on 03/08/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

Neck pain caused by modern device use is becoming increasingly common. We explore the measures that can be taken to prevent this pain and allow us keep up with our busy daily lives.

Australia Finishes 4th in Lacrosse World Championship

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Congratulations to Stella Justice-Allen, Rachel Kirchheimer and Sue McSolvin!

Bernie Helps Australia Win Silver

Posted on 02/08/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

WSBC Men’s Softball World Championships 2017 – Whitehorse, Canada

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Growing Pains or ‘Traction Apophysitis’

Posted on 06/04/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

Have you ever wondered why adolescents experience growing pains? Where does it come from and how should it be treated?

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What is Proprioception?

Posted on 16/03/2017 · Posted in The Joint News

What is proprioception and why does it need to be rehabbed as much as strength and range of movement?