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Put the ‘good’ back into ‘good morning’ with our stiff-busting tips
Put the ‘good’ back into ‘good morning’ with our stiff-busting tips 28 Aug 2018

Do you go to bed after a long, tiring day, hoping to recharge those batteries, only to wake up with a sore neck or stiff low back? We talk to physiotherapist Nik about how you can combat this common complaint. [...]

Swimming tips from Capital Physio Expert: Maximise the Benefits of Swimming
Swimming tips from Capital Physio Expert: Maximise the Benefits of Swimming 11 Jun 2018

The sun is shining and we’ve been promised a warm summer by those in the know. What better time to enjoy swimming? From indoor pools to lovely lidos and ocean dips, there are so many benefits to swimming. There are [...]

From Sports Injuries to Physio: Capital Physios’ Client Recovery Story
From Sports Injuries to Physio: Capital Physios’ Client Recovery Story 4 Jun 2018

Every season, long after the snow has progressively melted away, sports enthusiasts are often still nursing sports injuries. While most experience muscle tenderness and fatigue, some unfortunately suffer with a serious injury that has longer term consequences.   We asked [...]

Training For Your Body Type
Training For Your Body Type 29 May 2018

Ever wondered why the training and nutrition methods working wonders for your friends and family don’t seem to generate results for you?  This could be due to you having different body types.   Read on to identify YOUR body type [...]

Half Marathon Injury Prevention and Treatment Tips
Half Marathon Injury Prevention and Treatment Tips 14 May 2018

It’s almost time for the Virgin Sport Hackney Half Marathon. We will probably soon see runners taking to the streets in vibrant East London to get their hands on a well-deserved medal. Whether you’re a beginner when it comes to pounding [...]

What is arthritis?
What is arthritis? 31 Oct 2017

What is arthritis? Arthritis basically means joint pain or joint disease. There are different types of arthritis which can present in different ways. It can be a debilitating disease, however, it can be managed effectively so that you can still [...]

Why Surgeons are supporting Physio’s and not operating on hips
Why Surgeons are supporting Physio’s and not operating on hips 28 Sep 2017

The Hip: Some facts The hip is made of the acetabulum on the pelvis and the head of the thigh bone. The synovial, ball and socket joint, allows for multi-directional movement and it is designed for weight bearing and stability.  [...]

Common Tennis Injuries & How to avoid them
Common Tennis Injuries & How to avoid them 19 Sep 2017

With Wimbledon & the US Open finished for this year, this leaves many of us inspired and reaching for our rackets (in the outdoors, or indoors!) However, even the top tennis players such as Williams, Murray and many more, get [...]