A mother brought her four year old daughter “Jane” in to the Clinic because she expected that Jane should be ‘dry’ at night. She wanted to know whether she should buy a night time ‘pee alarm’ to put in to her daughters undies or try a TENS machine to help settle Detrusor muscle overactivityRead More →

“Toe bone connected to the foot bone Foot bone connected to the … head bone”. Wait! That’s not right! Or is it?   James Weldon Johnson (1871-1938) may have been onto something when he wrote the famous spiritual song, “Dem Bones”. First recorded in 1928, the song describes a prophecy of resurrection, but the words beautifully articulate how one region of the body is connected to another. This idea of connectedness is at the very heart of our assessment and treatment philosophy at The Physiotherapy Clinic and has been inspired by the work of Dr Linda Joy (LJ) Lee and her model of ConnectTherapy™ (2014).Read More →