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Getting over the post-rehab fear and back in the game…
Getting over the post-rehab fear and back in the game… 17 Sep 2018

When you’re passionate about playing sport, you just want to jump in there and get going, giving every second 100%. But are you finding that you’re holding back, even though you’ve got rid of any injuries, feel strong, fit and [...]

Is my handbag a cause of my pain?
Is my handbag a cause of my pain? 3 Sep 2018

We are all guilty of carrying around a handbag that’s too heavy for us because, well, what would we do without all of that stuff? Our purses and bags are where we keep our ‘must-haves’: our laptops, books, wallets, snacks, [...]

Ankle Sprains – what to do?
Ankle Sprains – what to do? 13 Aug 2018

Ankle sprains can put a stop to us taking part in our favourite sport while we recover. James Bainbridge, one of our physiotherapists , tells us about his personal and professional experiences of this common injury and helps us to separate [...]

Physiotherapy – the unanswered questions!
Physiotherapy – the unanswered questions! 6 Aug 2018

Should you only see a physiotherapist if your doctor tells you to? How many sessions are enough? And is it really a physio you need to visit or someone else? We separate out the myths from the reality with Shelly Chakraborty, [...]

Is Massage part of your Training Programme?
Is Massage part of your Training Programme? 30 Jul 2018

Back in February, Matt Peterson wrote about the benefits of sport and remedial massage. This time he’s back to explain how sports massage can help you as part of a training programme for any sporting event…   How sports massage could [...]

Cycling Injuries – What to look out for and how to manage those niggles
Cycling Injuries – What to look out for and how to manage those niggles 26 Jul 2018

Cycling continues to grow in popularity. 3.4% of people within the UK now cycle five times per week, with almost 1 in 5 cycling once a month. With it being a great way to improve general health, assist with weight [...]

Physio for golfers: keeping you out of the rough
Physio for golfers: keeping you out of the rough 23 Jul 2018

In the UK alone it is estimated that over four million adults play some form of golf, whether that’s playing weekly rounds at a local club or attempting to hit the back net at ‘Top Golf’ with friends. Our newest physio [...]

Worried about how the news of the latest NHS operation cuts could affect you?
Worried about how the news of the latest NHS operation cuts could affect you? 13 Jul 2018

With the NHS now proposing to axe approximately 17 surgeries, we spoke with our Senior Physiotherapist Kevin Powell to hear what we had to say about it and what he suggests… Best practice, evidence-based multidisciplinary team approach and dealing with patients in [...]

Pitch Side Support: A Physios role in Professional Football
Pitch Side Support: A Physios role in Professional Football 2 Jul 2018

At the time of writing this post, sports fans nationwide are on the edge of their seats, hoping the England team has a shot at victory in the 2018 World Cup. Of course, sports stars competing at major sporting events [...]

Top Tips: Reduce The Burden of Heavy Bags
Top Tips: Reduce The Burden of Heavy Bags 18 Jun 2018

From our school days to working life and family adventures, we all carry heavy bags on a regular basis. This places a huge burden on our bodies, affecting our posture and causing pain in our spines, shoulders, knees and more. [...]