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    Shockwave Therapy Shockwave therapy is a non-invasive medical treatment that has gained popularityin recent years for its ability to accelerate recovery from various musculoskeletalconditions. By utilizing high-energy sound waves, shockwave therapy stimulatesthe body's natural healing processes, reducing pain and promoting tissueregeneration. In this article, we will explore the benefits of shockwave therapy, how itworks, the conditions it can treat, and its ...
    Posted on 2023-06-13
    Understand your Upper Back: Thoracic Spine The section of the spine found in the upper back is called the thoracic spine. It goes from the base of the neck to the bottom of the rib cage. Our website will help you know the main parts of the thoracic spine and how these parts work, which is important as you learn to care for your back problem. Understanding the regions and structures of the thoracic spine can help you become more involved in your health care and better able to care for your own b...
    Posted on 2023-01-03
    Herniated disc pain is one of the worst weakening and excruciating pain influencing people from age 30 and up. Herniation can occur at lower back and neck level which can irritate adjacent nerves, causing excruciating pain in neck, arms or lower back, legs depending on herniation level. Herniated Disc pain can be greatly uncomfortable and will affect an individual’s quality of life. Herniated disc pain can be managed without surgery. Most often...
    Posted on 2022-01-16
    Sacroiliac joint pain (also called as SI joint pain and can cause Lower back pain or hip pain) SI joint pain is sharp, stabbing pain that starts in you SI joint (see picture) and goes up to low back and down to thighs. Occasionally it may feel numb and tingly or as if you are legs are about give up. About 15-30% of chronic low back people will be suffering from SI joint pain or dysfunction. SI Joint SI joints are located where the sacrum and ilium meet. Sacrum is triangular shaped bone at th...
    Posted on 2022-01-16
    Physiotherapy treatment for Rotator Cuff Related shoulder pain In this article we will discuss about rehab process for treating Rotator cuff related shoulder pain. Most patient with Rotator cuff pain will have following issues: Decreased Range of motion particularly forward motion, side motion, rotation and reaching behind back Decreased strength in shoulder and scapular muscle Inflammation or tenderness over shoulder joint. Increased tone in neck muscle or tight neck muscle Limited upper ...
    Posted on 2022-01-07
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Heal your Heels: Plantar Fasciitis

Plantar fasciitis is a common cause of heel pain affecting the bottom of the foot and is sometimes called a heel spur. At The Cambridge Physiotherapy we can help you understand how it develops, the problems it causes and how we can help treat it, to get you back on your feet.


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