Therapies and Treatments
An excellent infographic here by @SportsMedNI on who is likely to redislocate their shoulder. A New Zealand study has found that age, dominant side and kinesiophobia are a few of the factors that can be used to predict a recurrent dislocation.
“Major study reveals improvements can be made at least 20 years after a stroke” something which Neurological Physiotherapists like our own Úna Cusack here at Milltown Physiotherapy is passionate about facilitating. Professor Ward of University College London and National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery “ All this talk about the window of opportunity shutting within which […]