Recent research investigating plagiocephaly (1) has received significant media attention as it found that children treated with helmet therapy did no better than a control group that received education re counter-positioning. However closer inspection of this study indicates a number of flaws which may indeed compromise their results. These flaws included the possibility that the […]
Spraining your ankle is a very common occurrence, both on the sporting field, and in your everyday activities. You might land on a competitor’s foot during a basketball game, or step into a hole whilst walking the dog.
Ankle sprains can be categorised via a grading system based on severity.
Grade I –mild pain and swelling […]