Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) injuries can be a life-defining event for young people. Risk of post-traumatic arthritis skyrockets after an ACL tear in a young person. This creates a huge challenge because they’re too young to have a knee replacement at 30 and their knee-related quality of life is significantly … Read More

Biopsychosocial framework

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Asked earlier today to explain the biopsychosocial framework, this was my response; I hope I’ve done it justice: — The foundation of the biopsychosocial model (BSP) is understanding the physiology and mechanisms of pain. Contrary to common misconception it is not a dichotomous ‘all biomechanical’ vs ‘all ‘psychological’ debate. It … Read More

Top 8 Reasons why PRIDE Physiotherapy is different!

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The Top 8 reasons why PRIDE Physiotherapy is different: 1. Dedicated 1-on-1 time with your Physio – there’s no ducking in and out of rooms seeing several people at once. 2. Private treatment rooms – we don’t have shower curtains hanging from the ceiling. 3. No cookie cutter approach to … Read More