The physiotherapy team have produced a range of physiotherapy videos for their patients which are available on YouTube. These videos have been produced for the benefit of patients and the exercises should only be undertaken with the advise of your physiotherapist.
- Frequency Volume Chart Physio 2015
- Plantar fasciitis
- Pelvic Girdle Pain leaflet
- Frozen Shoulder
- What is Tennis Elbow?
- Knee Osteoarthritis
- Golfers Elbow
- Achilles Tendinopathy Booklet
- Autogenic Drainage
- Positive Expiratory Pressure
- Active Cycle of Breathing Technique
- Positioning for Breathless Patient
- Managing your pain effectively
- Ankle Sprain Management
- Lateral Hip Pain
- Whiplash Leaflet
- Lower Back Strengthening
Patient Information Video
- Eccentric loading Achilles video (rear view)
- Eccentric loading Achilles (side view)
- Forearm flexor stretch video
- Forearm extensor stretch video
- Eccentric loading forearm flexors (for golfer's elbow) video
- Eccentric loading forearm extensors (for tennis elbow) video
- Straight leg hip abduction video
- CLAM exercise (hip abduction) video
- Single lef hip bridging video
- Hip bridging video
- Hip flexion/knee to chest video
- Double leg squat video
- Lunge video
- Straight leg raise video
- Inner range quads video
- Static quads video
- Sit to stand video
- Soleus stretch video
- Calf stretch video
Collar Care Videos
Spinal braces, including cervical collars can be used to help stabilise the neck after traumatic injuries. They will be prescribed by a consultant following appropriate x-rays or scans.
These videos have been produced by the Derriford Major Trauma Centre to support clinicians and carers/families to provide safe and consistent collar care. They should only be used in conjunction with teaching from a specialist and do not serve to replace practical training.
Nobody should be completing collar care without being confirmed as competent by an appropriate therapist or nurse.
If you have any queries regarding your individual situation please contact the team that prescribed your collar.