Understanding Joint Stiffness

Understanding Joint Stiffness

While pain and stiffness often go together, joint stiffness can occur on it’s own. Joint stiffness can limit your ability to perform usual tasks, for example turning your neck to check behind you while driving. Stiffness can also be a warning sign that part of the...
AC Joint Sprains (Seperated Shoulder)

AC Joint Sprains (Seperated Shoulder)

WHAT IS IT? The AC (Acromio-clavicular) joint is a thick fibrous joint that connects the top of the shoulder blade to the outer end of the collarbone. The joint is required to be strong and supportive and is the primary way in which weight bearing forces are...
A Focus on LCL Tears

A Focus on LCL Tears

What is the LCL? The knee is one of the largest joints in the body and has only one plane of movement. This means it bends and straightens but does not twist (much) or move from side to side. To keep the knee from moving in other directions, the knee is supported by...
Australian Hearing at Beachbox

Australian Hearing at Beachbox

Beachbox is proud to announce the commencement on Australian Hearing Services at our location in Seaford. Full Assessments are available with a referral from your GP. For those under the age of 26 or with a pension card, all audiology services are fully funded through...
The Secret to Getting Good Sleep Every Night

The Secret to Getting Good Sleep Every Night

Here are some tips and tricks developed by Regal Sleep Frankston, to ensure a better night sleep… Routine Set a regular bedtime. Go to bed at the same time every night. Choose a time when you normally feel tired, so that you don’t toss and turn. Try not to break...
How Does Diabetes Affect Healing Times?

How Does Diabetes Affect Healing Times?

It can be surprising to many people that one of the questions their physiotherapist will ask them when assessing an injury is ‘do you have diabetes’. This may seem more like an issue for your doctor than your physiotherapist!   The reason why your therapist is asking...