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Anytime Physio is a family-owned Brisbane Physiotherapy clinic offering the best client experience.

Located within the Gasworks Plaza in Newstead, we service the inner Brisbane suburbs, including Brisbane CBD, Fortitude Valley, New Farm, Bowen Hills and Spring Hill.

Knee Pain - Patellofemoral Pain Syndrome

Posted by Jacky Chiang - August 15, 2019


What is patellofemoral pain syndrome? Patellofemoral pain syndrome (PFPS), is one of the most common causes of knee pain. It is commonly presented as a diffuse ache around the knee cap that is worse with knee movements, particularly with loaded activities such as climbing stairs or running. Sometimes, prolonged sitting can also cause pain, known as the “theatre sign”. Crackling or popping sounds may also suggest PFPS due to malalignment or ...

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Topics: Common Runnning Injuries, Knee, Pain, Runnning, Sore knee when runnning, Training, Uncategorized

Shoulder Pain - Impingement and Bursitis

Posted by Jacky Chiang - August 15, 2019


What is shoulder impingement? Shoulder impingement is a condition where the bursa or rotator cuff tendons are compressed in the subacromial space, the area between the head of the arm bone (humerus) and the acromion, a bony prominence at the top of the shoulder joint. Impingement of the shoulder can be caused by bony spur on acromion, poor posture, weakness of the rotator cuff muscles or muscle tightness. Shoulder impingement may also be ...

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Topics: bursitis, impingement, Pain, Posture, Shoulder pain, sore shoulder when, Uncategorized

Common Cause of Heel Pain - Plantar Fasciitis

Posted by Jacky Chiang - August 15, 2019


What is plantar fasciosis? Plantar fasciosis, or commonly known as plantar fasciitis, is pain at the attachment site of plantar fascia. The plantar fascia is a thick connective tissue stretching from the bottom of the heel along the sole of the foot to the toes. It is important for shock absorption and arch support of the foot. Plantar fasciitis is more correctly termed as “plantar fasciosis” as the underlying cause is more related to overuse ...

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Topics: Foot pain, pain when running, plantar fasciitis, sore foot, Uncategorized

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