Dry needling and volley ball

Lately, I’ve seen quite a few young women volleyball players, presenting with various complaints usually diagnosed as: Rotator Cuff Tendinitis, Patellar Tendinitis, Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Injury, low back pain, etc. Sharing some interesting facts that I have recently found while looking into these cases:In the UK, each year, more than 460,000 high school students—including […]

About me and my proffesional journey

You may not all be aware that I am from Israel and have studied in Tel Aviv university for both my Batchelor and master’s degrees in Physiotherapy. I have been lucky enough to work in world renowned Rehabilitation Centre – Beit Lowenstein, where I have treated patients with various neurological as well as Orthopaedic conditions.A […]

Why opt for an international course, rather than going local?

Here are the pros and cons (well, pros mostly): As health practitioners we naturally aspire to keep up to date with novel ideas and methods. To achieve that, we need to remain exposed to alternative ways by which thing may be done elsewhere, thus benefitting from fresh thought and innovation on a global scale. There’s […]