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All the best to Shervin Adeli and Matthew West at the Mini Football World Cup in Tunisia.

All the best to our regulars Shervin Adeli and Matthew West at the Mini Football World Cup currently on in Tunisia, They had a good 5-1 win over Argentina in their...
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We would like to welcome Jonathan Ho

We would like to welcome Jonathan Ho (B.Pod Med,UWA) to the clinic. Jonathan is an experienced and passionate podiatrist. Expect a friendly, honest and professional...
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Podiatry is now open

We would like to welcome Jonathan Ho to the clinic.       Jonathan is an experienced and passionate Podiatrist. Expect a friendly, honest and...
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Complete Allied Health Care Chatswood Physiotherapy joins the Medibank Members’ Choice network

Complete Allied Health Care Chatswood has met Medibank’s guidelines to become a members’ choice Physio clinic. Visiting a Members' Choice Physiotherapist you will have...
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All the best to Shervin at the Futsal World Cup In Colombia

Following Intense Physiotherapy and rehabilitation at Complete Allied Health Care Chatswood, Shervin Adeli is fit and ready for the 2016 Futsal World Cup in Colombia....
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education

Tennis Elbow

Tennis elbow is a term for pain on the outside of the elbow that is typically aggravated by gripping or lifting when the palm is facing downwards. One of the most common diagnoses for tennis elbow is tendinopathy of the common extensor tendons of the wrist, which is...
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Ankle Sprains

Ankle sprains are the most common sporting injury. It is an injury to the ligaments of the ankle. The usual mechansim is rolling of the ankle and usually involves the lateral ligaments.

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De Quervain’s Tenosynovitis

DeQuervain’s is pain on the thumb side of the wrist, about where a watch would rest. It is associated with movement of the wrist or thumb. You will normally notice the pain when you lift up a baby, reach out to grab something with an open thumb or lift the thumb up...
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Cervicogenic headaches- Neck related headache evidence

There is an increasing body of evidence supporting the techniques offered by physios for the treatment of cervicogenic headache—particularly manual therapy and exercise. A comprehensive management program including education, manual and exercise therapy, work practice...
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Frozen Shoulder (Adhesive Capsulitis)

Frozen shoulder involves the inflammation of the shoulder capsule and fibrous structures around the area that help to hold the shoulder joint in place. The inflamed structures tighten up, causing significant limitations in shoulder range of motion and pain during...
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