Physio Inq brings expert advice and unbiased reviews for anything to healthcare products to music sound systems. If we have it or use it in our clinics, we will review it.
Majorly every physiotherapy clinic has equipped some sort of speakers to play music or radio. While radio could be boring, the right kind of music could really improve the overall exhilaration from a therapy session. And while there are many different speaker options available, we prefer something as brilliant as Sonos Play 1–a speaker that connects with our reception computer wirelessly. Not just the sound quality is great but it allows for easy setup and portability. You can take Sonos to different rooms or can buy multiple units and sync them together. ..READ MORE
If you want to enhance your manual therapy skills, it's worthwhile to invest your time into learning and practising Instrument Assisted Soft Tissue Mobilization (IASTM) as it improves the patient satisfaction and clinical outcomes. While there are different inexpensive ways to get started with IASTM, there are better instruments out there on the market that can aggrandize the results of the therapy if you are already using IASTM and want better results. In this post, we are going to review Rock Blades, a set of knuckle tools that are used by therapists to improve manual therapy sessions. ..READ MORE
If you can’t endure the excruciating pain of plantar fasciitis every morning when you have to step on your feet, you would really want to read this. You may find the Strassburg Sock a little expensive (after all, it's a sock), but it really is a silver lining for your debilitating medical condition that could make you lose your mind. Plantar fasciitis could take some time to recover and much of the recovery takes place when you sleep. But whatever the recovery you have made overnight, all of it is lost next morning when you have to unwittingly stretch your feet after getting up. This leads to re-injury of the ligament, restarting the whole process again. ..READ MORE
Postural support is a buzz word in orthopaedics. What is good posture? How do you train it? What exercises and approach is the best? The Posture Medic support device is an industry leading posture aid to assist in bringing the shoulders and neck into alignment. Today, we road test the device to see if it is all that it is cracked up to be. ..READ MORE
Asking for a winner between the spiky ball and foam roller is like asking for a winner between nachos and sundae. Well, honestly, the two aren’t mutually exclusive because they both help the body to recover in their own unique way. But the reason why we are having a comparison between the two is