Cindy Octhaliany

Physiotherapist

Cindy has experience working in public and private practice with adults with acute and chronic musculoskeletal injuries, neurological conditions such as stroke, spinal cord injuries and amputees. She has also worked with children with developmental delays and childhood walking anomalies. She has a keen interest to develop her skills further to become a great Paediatric physiotherapist, engaging kids in therapy through play

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Anterior Ankle Impingement Syndrome

Anterior Ankle Impingement Syndrome is a condition where structures in the ankle joint may be crowding upon each other, meaning they don’t have much room …

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Rotator Cuff Injury

The rotator cuff is a group of 4 tendons (attached to 4 muscles) that supports the shoulder joint. Imagine that the shoulder joint is a …

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Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injuries

The anterior cruciate ligament is one of two very strong ligaments that are located inside your knee joint.  Injury to the ligament can often occur …

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Frozen Shoulder – adhesive capsulitis

What is frozen shoulder? Frozen shoulder (shoulder adhesive capsulitis) is a chronic condition in which scar tissue builds up around the shoulder joint, causing progressive …

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Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome

Do you have pain on the outside of your hip? You may be suffering from a condition called Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS)! Where does …

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Paediatric Motor Development

Learning about normal motor development  Many parents often wonder if their child is on the right track to move around safely and independently as they …

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STRETCHES YOU CAN DO YOURSELF AND THE EFFECTS WITH THEIR FREQUENCY

Static stretching Static stretching is the most commonly performed stretch. It is when you stretch the muscle and hold it in tension for a period …

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WHAT HAPPENS WHEN YOU STRETCH?

STRETCHING Stretching is commonly practised as part of “warming up” and “cooling down” during training or sports sessions. Maybe your coach or personal trainer told …

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Is it normal for my child to walk like this?

Many parents often come to health professionals concerned about the way their child walks. Here, we will cover 3 common concerns parents have regarding the …

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