Torticollis and Plagiocephaly: Treatment of infants with “twisted neck” and “flattened head”

Torticollis means “twisted neck” (1). It describes an abnormal neck posture with persistent rotation of the head to one side and lateral flexion (tilting motion) to the opposite side. It can be relatively common in newborn babies, and can be present at birth or take up to 3 or more months to develop. The ‘head-tilt’ […]

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Physioworks Health Group: Father’s Day – How Fit is Your Dad?

So what present have you got planned for your Dad this Father’s Day? After Shave? Soap on a Rope? Bottle of Red? Pair of Sox? A Super Dad T-shirt? Again! Been there, done that? What about asking this question for Father’s Day: How Fit is your Dad? As your Dad gets older he falls into […]

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Physioworks Health Group Supporting Tradies and National Tradies Month

To coincide with Tradies National Health Month, the Australian Physiotherapy Association (APA) released a special report in early August “Stop Trading your Health Away” to educate and engage tradespeople on the importance of full body health and safety. Tradies rely on their musculoskeletal health to do their jobs; and regularly ignore aches, pains and body […]

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