What is the Rotator Cuff? The rotator cuff is a group of four muscles and tendons in your shoulder, these muscles all originate from the shoulder blade and attach to your upper arm. They provide stability in the shoulder by holding the ball of the shoulder in the socket during movement. What are Rotator Cuff […]
Lateral hip pain can be quite a difficult condition to treat and may significantly affect sleep and physical function. The symptoms are believed to be caused from tears or hardening of the gluteal tendons and bursitis is also a common finding. The evidence suggests the condition is caused by compression of the tendons at the […]
Check out our article on Ryde District Mums Here at Ryde Road Physiotherapy we care for all women who are mothers to be and those who are mothers already. The article shares some common misconceptions of pain and what is accepted during pregnancy or afterwards. We shed some light on the matter, click below to […]
Many people enjoy running as a form of exercise and while there will be performance declines as we age, with the right training people can expect to continue into their 60s and beyond. Research has found that the old myth that years of running will cause arthritis is incorrect and running may actually have a […]
A really simple explanation of the relationship between load and capacity and how this relates to injuries. Basically all tissue have a certain level of capacity and if the mechanical load appilied is higher than their capacity then there is an increased risk of injury or pain! Credit to Kevin Maggs @Runningreform
During the Christmas and New Years period we will only be closed on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Years day.
Otherwise between December 22 and January 6, we will be open as per usual, but on Tuesday December 24, Friday December 27 and Tuesday December 31, our trading hours will be reduced.
Our exercise classes schedule will be as follow:
- No classes on public holidays
- On Tuesday December 24 and Tuesday December 31 there will be no 7:30 am and 4: 30 pm classes
- On Thursday December 26 and Thursday January 2, there will be no 7:30 and 8:30 am classes
We would like to wish everyone a Safe and Happy Holiday Period and a Healthier 2020!