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How Pilates can make a positive impact on your daily wellbeing
How Pilates can make a positive impact on your daily wellbeing 8 Jul 2019

Presently, we’re a lot more conscious about our own mental health and wellbeing. Whether this be in the form of daily meditation or attending regular fitness classes, there are many ways we can help ourselves. In today’s blog, we meet [...]

Cycling injuries: Poor posture and related back pain
Cycling injuries: Poor posture and related back pain 15 Jul 2019

In the follow up on her initial blog on how to recognise and treat cycling injuries, Claire Edwards continues with her cycling blog series, this week she discusses back pain when cycling and the relationship between poor posture and the [...]

Cycling injuries: How to recognise and treat them
Cycling injuries: How to recognise and treat them 24 Jun 2019

The arrival of warmer weather and the pro-road cycling tours now well underway. As such, this has encouraged many more of us out onto the roads. The benefits of cycling are well documented for both physical and mental well-being and [...]

Neck pain: Why is my neck crunching and what should I do about it?
Neck pain: Why is my neck crunching and what should I do about it? 10 Jun 2019

When people come to see a physiotherapist with neck pain, there’s often various secondary symptoms. This can include crunching, clicking or cracking in the neck. If this correlates with the onset of pain, this can be concerning and lead to [...]

Why do I get pain on top of foot when walking or running?
Why do I get pain on top of foot when walking or running? 13 May 2019

Following on from her blog post about flat feet, Capital Physio’s physiotherapist Gbemi is back. Today she’s looking at why we sometimes experience pain in the top of the foot, and how this can be treated. Foot pain One of [...]

I’ve been told I have flat feet – what does that mean?
I’ve been told I have flat feet – what does that mean? 6 May 2019

How much thought do you give to your feet? Please welcome Gbemi, physiotherapist at Capital Physio, who is here to demystify the foot structure. In the first of her two-part look at feet she discusses the term ‘flat feet’. What [...]

Reasons to do strength training (other that getting stronger)
Reasons to do strength training (other that getting stronger) 16 Apr 2019

Strength training; what’s the buzz about? Today we find out, as Capital Physio’s physiotherapist Nat is here to share her knowledge about why resistance training is so great. Not only will it help you get stronger, it will help you [...]

Core Strength Vs Control: What’s The Difference?
Core Strength Vs Control: What’s The Difference? 15 Apr 2019

Core strength; over the last ten years you may have noticed that this phrase has become a part of our everyday lexicon. But what exactly is ‘core strength’ and what is ‘core control’? Today, Capital Physio’s pro physiotherapist Emily Cox [...]

Crossing the finish line: The do’s & don’ts in those final weeks… 
Crossing the finish line: The do’s & don’ts in those final weeks…  11 Apr 2019

After months of training hard, running at all hours in varied weather conditions, the finish line is in sight for those running in the first races of the 2019 Marathon season. Brighton Marathon takes place this Sunday with London a [...]

Back into action part 3: Slippery discs and degeneration myths
Back into action part 3: Slippery discs and degeneration myths 8 Apr 2019