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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 [...]

Cricket Batsmen: The 5 best exercises for injury prevention
Cricket Batsmen: The 5 best exercises for injury prevention 17 Jun 2019

In Omkar’s penultimate blog post in the series, the focus today is on the all-important cricket batsmen. Here’s his five best exercises and how you can stay injury-free… As explained previously, many studies have proved that batsmen are also prone [...]

Cricket bowlers: The 5 best exercises for injury prevention
Cricket bowlers: The 5 best exercises for injury prevention 3 Jun 2019

We hope you’re enjoying the start of the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup. In part two of his cricket series, Omkar breaks down the five best exercises for fast cricket bowlers to avoid injury prevention, ensuring they are fit and ready [...]

Tennis injuries: The upper body
Tennis injuries: The upper body 27 May 2019

It’s that time of year again, the sun is starting to shine (allegedly) and the tennis season is here with The French Open well underway! The call to pick up a racket grows ever stronger. Making sure you stay injury [...]

Get ‘Festival Fit’: What you can do to reduce your risk of injury this festival season
Get ‘Festival Fit’: What you can do to reduce your risk of injury this festival season 1 Apr 2019

The spring days are drawing out so it’s time to look forward to the summer and all the fun it brings – including festivals! Thousands of festival-goers go home with happy memories of their favourite music and an incredible atmosphere. [...]

Posture correcting exercises for Kyphosis
Posture correcting exercises for Kyphosis 18 Feb 2019

Postural curvature is a major cause of pain and tension in shoulders and upper back, but did you know that it can have repercussions on your overall health? Today Tanvi Tiwari, senior physiotherapist at Capital Physio, looks at a specific [...]

The Connection between Sleep & Pain
The Connection between Sleep & Pain 7 Jan 2019

We all know that a great night’s sleep helps us to feel good and perform better. But did you know that there is a strong relationship between the quality of sleep and how you experience pain? In this blog Physiotherapist [...]

Winter Sports: Shoulder Subluxation
Winter Sports: Shoulder Subluxation 3 Dec 2018

Ski season is about to begin and around the globe, skiers and snowboarders are getting excited to hit the slopes. However, as well as beautiful powder and stunning mountain scenery, ski season often brings a number of injuries. We spoke [...]

Stress & Pain: What, why and how they relate
Stress & Pain: What, why and how they relate 19 Nov 2018

Stress. Billed as the health epidemic of the 21st century, stress is becoming more and more a part of modern-day life. For many, feeling stressed is the new ‘normal’ state of being and some studies have even highlighted how work-related stress has [...]