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Lamberti’s Blog

All of the blog articles below have been written by Lamberti’s physios. Read more to learn about your condition or how we can treat and manage it.

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Hand Conditions – understanding various disorders

Hand Conditions – understanding various disorders

Hands are remarkable tools, facilitating countless tasks and expressions in our daily lives. However, they are also susceptible to various conditions that can impact their function and comfort. Physiotherapists encounter individuals grappling with hand conditions...

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Meniscus Injuries of the Knee

Meniscus Injuries of the Knee

The meniscus is made up of two wedge-shaped fibro-cartilage discs, namely the medial (inside of the knee) and lateral (outside of the knee) meniscus and are semi-lunar in shape. These discs are especially important to assist with load transfer in (weight on) the knee...

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Persistent or Chronic Pain

Persistent or Chronic Pain

What is persistent pain? Persistent pain refers to pain in any joint/area of the body that is felt on most days of the month for more than three months. (Train Pain Academy, 2023) Pain itself is defined as: “An unpleasant sensory and emotional experience associated...

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What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)?

What is Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS)?

Thoracic Outlet Syndrome is an unusual condition that occurs in less than 8% of the population. It affects women 4 times more frequently than men and is often found in younger overhead athletes. The condition is due to the compression of blood vessels and nerves in...

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What is Joint Hypermobility?

What is Joint Hypermobility?

Joint hypermobility is the ability of the joint to move through a range more than what is considered normal. This may or may not result in problems for someone who is hypermobile. It can increase the risk of injury or enhance sports performance and is found to be more...

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Pes Anserinus and how Physiotherapy helps

Pes Anserinus and how Physiotherapy helps

Pes anserinus refers to the inflammation of the pes anserine bursa, and a resultant pain and impaired mobility to the inside of the knee. The pes anserine bursa (fluid-filled pad that acts as a cushion at the joints) is located on the inside of the leg, just below the...

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Achilles Tendon Rupture Management

Achilles Tendon Rupture Management

Tendons join muscles to bone and are made up of a tough connective tissue. The Achilles tendon attaches the calf muscles (gastrocnemius and soleus) to the heel bone. It is important in storing and releasing energy and is involved in many activities such as walking,...

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Stress Incontinence – why the leak?

Stress Incontinence – why the leak?

Urinary Incontinence is described as the involuntary loss of urine, which is objectively demonstrable, social and a hygienic problem (International Incontinence Society, ICS). Urinary incontinence is common in females and has become more prevalent with ageing. A...

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Pelvic Organ Prolapse – why insides move out

Pelvic Organ Prolapse – why insides move out

Dietz (2015) describes Pelvic organ prolapses (POP) as the downward displacement of the pelvic organs which results in herniation of the organs into or through the vagina or the anal canal away from their normal anatomical position. Symptoms of POP include: sensation...

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