PHYSIO & REHAB

What is Scoliosis?

14/01/2020

Scoliosis affects up to 10% of people and is a common condition involving a sideways curve in the spine. This can either be structural or functional. Structural scoliosis occurs when there is a cur...

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Are you Grinding?

27/11/2019

Symptoms include jaw soreness or tight jaw muscles, pain and stiffness in the temporomandibular joint, facial pain, headaches (mostly at the temple bones), earache, disrupted sleep (for you or your pa...

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The Concept of Recovery

23/11/2019

Don’t hesitate to discuss these points with your therapist when visiting the clinic. You are only seeing them so often therefore your input on the daily will be crucial to optimise your recovery and...

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Your Glutes Aren’t Firing

22/11/2019

Your gluts are firing so you are safe, you do not have a dead buttock!! When it comes to retrain after an injury, if you want to work on re-establishing muscle firing patterns commit to a dynamic m...

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Shin Splints Made Easy

23/10/2019

Shin splints is described as pain felt along the front of your lower leg. It is a common pain with runners and impact athletes, particularly beginners who do not build their training volume and intens...

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Immobility Can Make Your Pain Worse

21/10/2019

The idea of a relationship between fear and pain is not new. One of the First philosophers who linked pain with fear was Aristotle, who wrote, “Let fear, then, be a kind of pain or disturbance r...

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This is a Common One – Headaches!

24/09/2019

Our experienced team of physiotherapists and osteopaths can help to identify the particular areas with potential to improve and develop an individualised program to help your with your pain, and help ...

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Do You Even Lift Bro?

24/09/2019

The belt should act as an external support for your own natural core, rather than replace it. This is why the belief of using the belt for preventing hernias and other injuries, or to magically make y...

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7 Signs that your Hamstring needs TLC

15/09/2019

Proximal hamstring tendinopathy (PHT) is commonly seen in long distance runners and athletes taking part in sprinting or hurdles. It is also common among people taking part in sports such as football,...

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Our Top Tips on how to get Fit for Skiing

13/09/2019

With ski season approaching, we wanted to get in early with the tips for you to start preparing yourself. Skiing is a taxing sport, and requires endurance, strength, balance and coordination. Like any...

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4 Common Running Errors & Solutions

13/09/2019

I always recommend to my clients who enjoy running to get a thorough running assessment analysis just as a preventive measure. The objective of my article today is to try to raise some awareness aro...

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How much do you know about Hypermobility?

04/09/2019

I just want to reassure all people affected by JHS, not to be scared of moving and engaging in things they like to do. Movement and exercise is the cure....

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